Optic cloak rises in Greenwich
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Optic cloak rises in Greenwich Peninsula

An 'optic cloak' has been created in the Greenwich Peninsula to hide a vital piece of infrastructure.

The 49m (160ft) tall aluminium structure was designed by artist Conrad Shawcross to disguise the chimneys of a new Energy Centre which will power thousands of local homes.

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  • 21 Sep 2016