Futuristic City Unveiled At The Top Of The Gherkin

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Futuristic City Unveiled At The Top Of The Gherkin

The view across the City and beyond from Searcy's bar at the top of the Gherkin is pretty impressive. But the city skyline isn't the only thing worth looking at. Artist Oskar Krajewski's mesmerising artwork Recycled Futures has gone on display up there.

A close up of this intricate micro-city.

Made from recycled materials as ordinary as bicycle lights and Coke bottles, he has created an extraordinary futuristic metropolis inhabited by around 2,500 tiny people.

It pulses with light and is best seen after dark. The details are spectacular, but you'll need a reservation for drinks to see it.

Oskar Krajewski's Recycled Future is at Searcy's at the top of the Gherkin until the end of June.

Last Updated 16 May 2017