Green light given for national landmark of hope

Green light given for national landmark of hope


CategoryNews Author John Pugh-Smith Date

Working closely with Turley Associates, John Pugh-Smith has helped secure full planning approval for a new national landmark, known as the Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer.  Featuring a never ending Möbius strip design, 50 metres in height, selected after an international RIBA design competition, and built of one million smart technology bricks on a Green Belt site near Birmingham, this new national monument  will be one of the biggest crowd-created collaborative projects in the world, digitally linking every single brick in its structure to a personal story of answered prayer submitted from individuals all across the world. Construction is expected to begin in Spring 2021 with completion in Autumn 2022.

Please see articles by the Daily Mail and The Guardian for further reports.


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