Tom Philipson and Joe Hartley who deigned the structures for the display of works. Drawing from found materials (mainly flooring), the presentation is borrowed from Peter's recycled aesthetic. The system has a longer-term use as an easily portable display system for village halls, or buildings with little wall space. It has subsequently been used to present further retrospective exhibitions by local makers, and within many Grizedale arts projects around the world, including an exhibition at Hauser & Wirth Somerset in 2017, titled 'The Land We Live In-The Land We Left Behind'. The system has also been adopted by the Chicago Activist Group Sweetwater Foundation, who have developed it into a modular furniture range for their new buildings and community gardens.