Gareth Pugh Installation For The Victoria & Albert Museum

London’s Victoria & Albert museum has commissioned Gareth Pugh to design this year’s Christmas installation for the museum’s grand entrance. Called “Ceremony,” it stands more than 13 feet high, and resembles a traditional Christmas evergreen — to a certain extent.

Instead of green boughs, however, there are tiered pyramids clad in gold and gathered around a central beacon of light. The structure is meant to represent an “abstract nativity,” according to the museum.

“I hope our installation might provide a moment of reflection for those who visit over the next month, and perhaps even contribute a little to the magic of the season,” added Pugh.

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