a hanging installation could express the vastness of an African landscape. Hanging simply and forming a dramatic shadow-land, thousands of individual rope lengths created a landscape of constant movement and freedom that transported the audience to the magic land of Africa.
Arne Jacobsen, Room 606. Royal Hotel, SAS House (1955-1960), Copenhagen, Denmark The curtains form a pleated counterpart to the valance above the window wall and complete Jacobsen's composition of horizontal bands. A grey carpet specked with knots of pink and white wool creates an animated plane of shifting colour.