Terence Woodgate: Seating
2000 | bead-blasted aluminium | Canada Place mall (interior) | Art Map reference: 60
Terence Woodgate designed the public seating in the Canada Place mall to complement the original floor design by Antoni Malinowski, since replaced, which evoked a sense of water. In response, Woodgate decided to create aluminium seating with invisible fixings that appeared to float like rafts across the floor and reflect the light from above.
Woodgate established his design studio in 1988 specialising in furniture and lighting and has designed public seating for many varied environments.