This Christmas, Eccleston Yards – the hub for independent retail, wellbeing and co-working developed by Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (‘Grosvenor’) – will illuminate its courtyard with a multi-sensory light installation, titled ‘Wave’. The installation will debut at the London destination from 28 November - 11 January this year, and has been created by internationally renowned artists, Squidsoup.
‘Wave’ will offer visitors an interactive light and voice experience that explores the wonders of colourful illuminations, taking inspiration from the ancient healing concept of Chromotherapy: the science of using the powers of light and colour to balance energy in the body and mind.
With 500 individually suspended orbs, each with a unique voice, ‘Wave’ is an all-encompassing, immersive experience that will light up Eccleston Yards and contribute to a calming energy balance for the visitor – synonymous with the wellbeing ethos of Eccleston Yards.
Visitors will find themselves entranced as they walk through the installation, listening to evolving hypnotic harmonies created by the orbs. The vibrations projected by the different orbs will energise the body (orange), stimulate happiness (yellow) and calm the heart rate (blue).
Paul O’Grady, South Belgravia Director, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland said:
“Light installations are synonymous with London during the Christmas period and we are thrilled that Eccleston Yards will be the first London location to host Wave this festive season. The Chromotherapy-inspired installation offers a quirky twist on traditional Christmas lights and perfectly embodies the wellbeing ethos of Eccleston Yards and our ambition to surprise and delight visitors. We’re confident that ‘Wave’ will be popular with local residents, workers and visitors alike.”
For the full Christmas programme, please visit the Eccleston Yards website
Located at 21 Eccleston Place, Belgravia, Eccleston Yards is set on 80,000 sq ft of beautifully restored and renovated space just five minutes’ walk from London’s Victoria Station.