A new sculpture designed by Brunel students has been unveiled at Coca-Cola headquarters in Uxbridge.
The soft drinks giants asked students at the Uxbridge university to design a new installation or statue when it opened its new offices at Enterprises House in 2013.
It wanted something to celebrate the environmental and social values of its business.
The art work, called The Happiness Tree, has now been placed in the grounds and was officially opened on Tuesday (February 3) during a ceremony attended by Hillingdon council leader Ray Puddifoot and Uxbridge and South Ruislip MP Sir John Randall.
They were joined by Brunel students who worked on the installation, which is described as an abstract ribbon-shaped stainless steel sculpture.