字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント My name is Stella, and I'm the co-director of a sculpture park in the City called Sculpture in the City. Sculpture in the City is a fascinating project which we started working on three years ago and it's a sculpture park, so we install contemporary sculpture around all the towers in the City of London and at the eastern end around the Gherkin, Lloyds, the new Leadenhall building, which we call the cheese grater, and looking at it you have this incredible juxtaposition of the newest towers ever been built right next to a 16th century church. Here we have these wonderful sculptures by Antony Gormley, there's actually two of them. They are called Parallel Field and as you can see, they are explicitly sited here because they're in a very strong pedestrian flow and on the pavement they look absolutely stunning Okay so here we have a Robert Indiana work, it's called One Through Zero. We call it numbers for obvious reasons. They're a great play on the city, how people perceive the city, and many people often joke and say, so you're teaching the bankers how to count and I guess you could argue that that's what we're doing. So the wonderful thing about being up here in Sushi Samba on the 39th floor of the Heron Tower on a crystal blue sunny day is that you're high up enough to have the city literally glistening like a beautiful jewel at your feet. I think the city itself has so many different layers. I mean I love going to the roof terrace on top of One New Change. On the 6th floor you have this very intimate view of St Paul's and that's one of the wonderful things about London. We're so lucky to live in this incredible city. London is spectacular.