A FUTURISTIC Christmas tree designed by metropolis architects has been catching the eye at Worcester Cathedral.
Native architectural apply Herlig-Marles Ltd, primarily based in London Road, has put in the tree at the cathedral for the ongoing Christmas Tree Competition.
The tree has varied ranges, with home windows at the finish. Guests can peak inside and see Christmas bunting, bicycles, folks dancing, stags, and even some Banksy references.
Anita Marles, director at Herlig Marles Ltd Structure mentioned: "It doesn’t have tinsel, there aren't any baubles and it’s not even inexperienced.
"The Herlig Marles tree is trendy, pleasant and enjoyable.
"There's a time and place for contemporary design and Herlig Marles selected this yr to step out and wow Worcester with their Christmas tree - so if you wish to come alongside, and choose for your self."
The timber of the exhibition are on show in the cathedral's cloisters, and have all been supplied by a wide range of teams together with metropolis pre-colleges and companies.
The exhibition runs till Thursday, January four. Opening hours are 9am till 6pm every day.