Daedalum at GDIF

Art & Culture

Daedalum at GDIF

Daedalum is an immersive architectural installation, a fantasia of domes and tunnels crafted by Alan Parkinson of Architects of Air. Using the natural light of the sun, the translucent plastic creates vibrantly coloured spaces. The abstract beauty of this installation is a piece of art that everyone can enjoy. The work is wheelchair accessible and, like everything at the festival, it's free to enter.

Other Greenwich+Docklands International Festival events in the Royal Docks:
Passenger, 26-29 June
Cristal Palace, 6 July

Part of the London Festival of Architecture 2019.

Time & date

Fri 21-Sun 23 June

Location

RAD London

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For your visit

Places To Stay

Hampton by Hilton

A reliable, upper mid-range option just east of Connaught Bridge.

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Making Space: Take Your Place

This final part of Jessie Brennan’s public art series was created in collaboration with the sports communities at Royal Docks Adventure.

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Food & Drink

Yi-Ban

This Chinese restaurant occupies a floor of the London Regatta Centre overlooking the Docks, meaning diners can plane-watch over a plate of dim sum.

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