Landform Ueda was conceived to enliven a flat lawn and shield noise from the side road. It faces two ways, to the gallery and across the road to its sister, the Dean Centre. The connecting 'S' form also derives from two chaotic attractors, the Ueda and Henan (named respectively after Japanese and French scientists). With Terry Farrell & Partners and Ian White Associates.

Landform Ueda, Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland

1999-2002

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