Come out of our office, turn right and keep walking down the Kingsway. Eventually you'll walk past an LSE building and you might notice this odd thing.
It looks like a giant has crunched up the corner of the building. Or maybe the building got slightly damaged when it was delivered by Home Delivery Network. Or maybe it's some damage from the war?
I love it. Its mixture of subtle and dramatic is wonderful. It's so unassuming you could easily walk past it and yet if you stop it's so bizarre you wonder how you've never noticed it before.
It is, of course, art. But don't let that but you off. It's called Square the Block by Richard Wilson RA and the website doesn't really make much sense, "At the corner of Kingsway and Sardinia Street stands a vertical manufactured corner of a building located in the space offset marginally from the chamfered end wall."
Anyway. It is ace. Reminds me of this.