‘Charkha’, an 11-meter tall outdoor installation in cross maidan, Mumbai, india. The winning entry in a monument design competition. The project draws from the ‘spinning wheel’ symbol promoted by Mahatma Gandhi to illustrate contemporary India’s spectrum of social and cultural dimensions. composed of a series of triangular frames, the sculptural piece is a spatially dynamic structure that seemingly shifts in form depending on the viewer’s vantage point. Three curving columns serve as the framework’s backbone, allowing the installation to cantilever in one direction before returning to the 9m x 9m base. Each of the triangular units are individually unique, representing the notion of ‘unity in diversity’ as well as the nation’s richness of multi cultures.