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In 2009, students at Harlow College competed to win a commission by homebuilder Barratt for their Fifth Avenue housing development. Working within a budget of £5,000, the six-month project required the students to create contemporary sculptures that would reflect Harlow's history and its current regeneration. Madeline Allen, who lives in Harlow, designed a steel butterfly. She said, 'when Harlow New Town was built, the new pubs were named after butterflies.
commissioned by Barratt Homes, 2009
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