Public artwork takes shape in Houghton Regis

Local architectural ceramist, Kay Aplin, has revealed a brand-new public artwork feature located at Taylor Wimpey’s Regent’s Place development in Houghton Regis.

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Striking visual attraction

The artwork is inspired by points of interest that are situated along the famous Chiltern Way and historic Icknield Way, including Whipsnade Zoo and Ivinghoe Beacon. It consists of two brick walls, built by Taylor Wimpey, with 20 ceramic relief circles that are linked along a linear map of the two Ways.

The overall effect of the artwork creates a striking visual attraction encouraging residents to walk through the sculpture and make use of the space whilst providing informative and aesthetic functions.

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Fiona Lloyd, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey South Midlands, said: “It has been a pleasure working with local artist Kay on this project at our Regent’s Place development. The collaboration between Taylor Wimpey, artist Kay Aplin and the Central Bedfordshire Council is a prime example of developers working closely with local communities to give something back to its residents.”