Displayed on the façade of the Royal Academy of Arts building on Burlington Gardens as part of the exhibition GSK Contemporary, Earth: Art of a changing world 3 December 2009 – 31 January 2010

The art installation is a living visualization of CO2 fluxes from a network of sensing technologies in the UK. The sculpture is based on a scrubber molecule which helps to sequester CO2 out of the air.  The installation is now at Seaton Delaval Hall, a National Trust property.

A Lutyens / Marianantoni project



at gsk royal academy
dec 2009 - jan 2010co2morrow_gsk.htmlco2morrow_gsk.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1
at seaton delaval hall
july - oct 2010co2morrow_sdh.htmlco2morrow_sdh.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0shapeimage_5_link_1

Project by

Marcos Lutyens & Alessandro Marianantoni

Design Team 

Roberto Castellani and Lucia Barna Architects at Studio Castellani
Francesco Chiesi Structural Engineer
Riccardo Bagagli Composite Engineer
Marco Piana Energy Engineeer at Ghigos Energy
Daniela Pangallo Project Manager at Ghigos Energy
Additional design work:
Heather Poon
Rae Solomon

Project producers

Martin Lutyens
Jaqueline Quella

CO2 and Climate Scientist 
NERC Advanced Research Fellow Professor Andrew Manning
Kozlova PhD Student

Presenting Sponsor:
National Trust
Sarah Staniforth
Historic Properties Director
Tom Freshwater
Contemporary Arts Programme Manager
Andy Beer
Head of Learning
Technical Sponsor

Peter Loescher
Chief Executive Officer
Siemens AG
Andreas Goss
Chief Executive Officer
Siemens plc
Gordon Smith
Major Projects
Siemens plc

Composite Sponsor

Morley Composites
Simon & Jane Jenner

Additional support

University College  
Charli Clark
Kirsty Ziggy Davies-Clark
Dorothy Hunter

Scilla Chester-Master
William Chester-Master
Luke Chester-Master

Commercial Assistance

Michael Brooksbank

London Metropolitan Works
Matthew Lewis
Centre Manager

lithographs available at Seaton Delaval Hall and through the National Trust

Royal Academy GSK ContemporarySoriano 
Director of ExhibitionsBuckland 
External CuratorSunnifa Hope 
Exhibitions Coordinator
Philip Pearce Royal Academy ArchitectAssociateEngineer at Scott Wilson Group

This project includes the 
planting of 21 trees to 
offset its carbon footprint.

Calculated by Ghigos Energy

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