Glassy-eyed pedestrians on

London’s Bond Street will become even more so with the advent of a three-metre-high sculpture by Danny Lane. The piece, consisting of 300 sheets of glass, each 12mm thick, aims to reflect the dimensions and scale of The Street’s retail banners.

Developer Chelsfield plc, which commissioned Lane, wanted “excitement” for the local streetscape, egged on by good ol’ Westminster Council which encourages artwork in public places. Could the sculpture be a fine interiors statement for those who live in glasshouses?

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