Toriigenus, 1983 by Geoffrey Clarke has been restored and reinstalled at York House on the Pentonville Road. Originally commissioned in 1983 for Alec Shickle Architects the cast aluminium sculpture is over seven and a half metres long. In designing the refurbished interior concept for the Office Group (TOG)'s latest flexible workspace, dMFK Architects cited influences from the Golden Age of British sculpture, furniture, and craft in reference to the building's roots in the post-war British art scene.
Geoffrey Clarke Sculpture re-installed at York House, King's Cross
Restored work back on display
December 16, 2019