Photo: Studio STAGG


An Immersive Installation Designed for Connection and Contemplation

Life Labyrinth brought to life the healing powers of one of the most ancient geometric symbols on Earth for London Design Festival 2019

“Walking a labyrinth is proven to have both psychological and physical health benefits."
Anna Murray, PATTERNITY Co-founder
Photo: Studio STAGG | Marcus Lee James
Based on a giant three-dimensional spiralling labyrinth formation, Life Labyrinth was a pattern-based journey that took visitors on a personal meditative walking experience, proven to have both psychological and physical health benefits: harmonising body, mind and spirit.

The concept behind the space was in response to behavioural patterns in current culture which feel out of balance, but often go unnoticed. Life Labyrinth is a space for slowing down – a place of ‘being’ rather than ‘doing’.

“Labyrinths have been discovered in some of the most ancient sacred sites around the globe - including Westminster Cathedral where our ‘Life Labyrinth’ launched – so it felt important to honour the potency of this symbol”
Grace Winteringham, PATTERNITY Co-founder
Photo: Studio STAGG
The bold, monochrome style reflected the brickwork of Westminster Cathedral and the communal seating paid homage to the geometries of the Cathedral’s architecture.

Surrounded with plants, graphic shapes and gentle sounds, the space was a welcome destination for creative contemplation, reconnection and positive intention amidst the hustle and bustle of London life.
Photo: Marcus Lee James | Kathryn Younger
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With Kind Support from Victoria and Victoria Westminster Business Improvement District, Materialise Creative DesignTarkett and Lulu Roper-Caldbeck of The Bush
Photo: Marcus Lee James