Greenwich Peninsula is a district of southeast London, England, within the borough of Greenwich. The peninsula, formerly known as Greenwich Marshes and Bugsby’s Marshes, is bounded on three sides by a loop of the River Thames. On the northernmost point of the peninsula on the riverside, there was a vibrant piece of public art recently installed, which adorns the exterior of a building on Millennium Way.
“A Pinch in Time,” which was commissioned by the Greenwich Peninsula and NOW Gallery, was designed by Pascal Bronner and Thomas Hillier, founders of FleaFollyArchitects in London, England. “‘A Pinch in Time’ is FleaFolly's first foray into the world of public art,” said Hillier. “Conceived as part of the ongoing Peninsula regeneration, this new work takes inspiration from the surrounding rich and industrial context within which it sits.