Lincoln Seligman’s giant ‘Brushstrokes’ mobile hangs in the atrium of Stanhope’s new development at 100 New Bridge Street, Ludgate, London EC4. The three floating primary-coloured brushstrokes, each seventeen feet long, are echoed in paint on the wall. In this way the hundred foot high atrium has both its inner spaces and surfaces ‘painted’. In the completed work the synchronisation of the moving and stationary colours then occours from time to time in random sequence. 1995