Saga House
Allington St., Victoria, London, England

Saga House was designed by the architects Sidell Gibson and Associates and combines the best of traditional and modern elements to achieve a unique quality. The addition of sculpture to the building adds to its presence, located adjacent to one of the busiest junctions in London.

The sculptor continues his theme of maintaining public awareness of the plight of endangered species.

The twelve tonne sculpture projects almost one meter (over 3 ft) from the building to give maximum impact. The fixing method used was unprecedented for this work as a mere 200mm (eight inches) of stone is actually within the building. Such an achievement was only made possible by close co-operation between the sculptor and the structural engineer.