Dezeen features eye-catching sculptural building for Edinburgh Park

New building designs for Parabola’s Edinburgh Park development feature in Dezeen, the world’s most influential architecture and design magazine.

The new event space design is a collaboration between architectural studio Dixon Jones and Scottish sculptor David Mach. The end result is a dynamic blend of architecture and sculpture.

Chris Milan of Dixon Jones told Dezeen, "The structure is intended to be an eye catching and engaging piece of art, as well as a functional building. We love the way it never seems to sit still – the way it looks so different from every angle."

The Scotsman interviews Edinburgh Park architect

Sculptor-turned architect David Mach has designed a new building for Parabola’s Edinburgh Park development.

In an interview with The Scotsman, Mach comments: “I think people will look at it and think they have seen it before, like a King of Inca thing you’d find hacking your way through the jungle.”

Parabola Founder Peter Millican is quoted: “David Mach’s vision of this unique installation perfectly tunes with Parabola’s ambition for a bold and exciting quarter of the city that marries exemplar design and innovation: a new place rich in art and culture, with world class public space.”

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