About the Project
The Hope Sculpture by Steuart Padwick is a public art installation across 3 locations in Glasgow and is a COP26 legacy gift from over 50 companies.
The 23m high Hope Sculpture is situated in Clyde Gateway’s beautiful woodland park at Cuningar Loop. The 4.5m high Beacon of Hope is located at the city’s architecturally significant Glasgow Central Station and the 3.5m high Hope Triptych at the University of Strathclyde’s Rottenrow Gardens.
Leading Scottish writers, poets and local children have created Words of Hope that are engraved onto the pieces.
The team have collaborated with Mental Health Foundation Scotland to produce supportive mental health sign posting.
This project required assistance from many companies, find out about our Lead Partners, Build Partners and other Project CollaboratorsProject Team
Steuart Padwick (1959-2023) designed several major public art installations in support of mental health.Steuart Padwick
Hope Posts - AR Filter
An interactive AR app where you can take images and post the AR sculpture in any location you're inHope Posts - AR Filter
Build and Materials
Each sculpture is being constructed using low carbon, reclaimed, recycled or sustainable materialsBuild and Materials
History and Heritage
Glasgow's journey from religious settlement via medieval city, eighteenth century city of commerce, Second City of the Empire, to post-industrial decline and late twentieth century renaissance.History and Heritage