The Asymmetric Chamber, designed by architect David Adjaye, will be exhibited at the CUBE gallery in Manchester this month. Measuring 12.5 m × 4.5 m, the chamber's frame is made from parallam (a resin-bonded material) with a plywood floor and latticed plywood ceiling. Visitors to the chamber, which is lined with glass relief plastic panelling backlit with multicoloured lights, can hear specially composed music by the architect's brother, Peter Adjaye.