Earlier this summer I spent a few days exploring London for a possible workshop there next year. One of my favorite stops of the trip was most definitely the Zaha Hadid designed mathematics gallery in the Science Museum. The first UK project completed after Hadid’s passing.
Incredible as always, this design was inspired by the 1929 Handley Page Gugnunc aircraft. The canopy in this space is based on airflows that would surround the aircraft in flight.
The canopy is lit with violet light making color edits the easy choice. For once I didn’t even do a B&W version, lol. Progress…












Stay tuned for many more London pics! And if London looks like fun to photograph, consider joining Michael and me for a workshop there next spring. You can get all the details here through Photography Unfolded!

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