At London's Victoria & Albert Museum, something pointy greets you. Thomas Heatherwick created a hanging canopy of 208 traffic cones suspended from steel cable over the entrance. Inside, you can see more work from Heatherwick, including a model of his impressive copper-petaled Olympic Cauldron. The exhibit runs through September 30.
In other news, check out the tech CEO set's baller real estate purchases, and before Seuss was a Dr., he was an ad man. See the headlines after the jump.
• Thomas Heatherwick Makes Another Mark on London | Architizer
• The Over-the-Top Mansions of Rich Tech Entrepreneurs | Curbed
• Before Green Eggs: See The Advertising Work Of Dr. Seuss | Co.Create
(Image: S3i via Architizer)