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A bespoke tower shows where the wind blows.

Mountain View, CA

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Google, Mountain View, CA

Architectural designer Jenny Sabin and her team at Jenny Sabin Studio, known for elegant sculptures and installations inspired by nature, science, and technology, worked with One Hat One Hand to create a mesmerizing sculpture for the Google Bay View Campus, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and Heatherwick Studio.

The 40-foot high form, dubbed Eddy, is inspired by the characteristics of the local biomes, translated into a structure that carries a lightweight gossamer assembly of fabric components, a white stretch membrane of fabric, and a bespoke pattern in different interactions and densities.


The sculpture communicates with a weather station on the roof of the building, which broadcasts data in light throughout the tower.

Eddy by Jenny Sabin

Eddy by Jenny Sabin

"It was an absolute pleasure to work with Jenny Sabin and her team. The intricate and structurally complex features of works by Jenny Sabin Studio require fabrication partners that can adapt and iterate.


Our team carefully worked to preserve the artist's vision and deliver the most precise outcomes possible throughout the process. "


Marcus Guillard

Founding Partner OHOH


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Project Type

Public Art | Architectural Placemaking | Product Prototyping

Experiential Design | Art Fabrication

Services provided

Lighting design | Prototyping | Exhibitions | Architecture | Environmental Design

3d Design | Interior Design | Interactive Experiences | Interactive Art  | Brand Storytelling
Exhibit Design | Art Production | Event Production | Artillier Services

Production Design  | Custom Fabrication | Metalwork| | Installation


About the Artist

Jenny Sabin

Jenny E. Sabin is an architectural designer whose work is at the forefront of a new direction for 21st-century architectural practice — one that investigates the intersections of architecture and science and applies insights and theories from biology and mathematics to the design of material structures.

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