Talbot Hughes McKillop
The brief from our client was to source a few tactile artworks which would be a talking point. This we certainly have achieved.
There were few tricky areas to over come, the slopping wall in the main reception area and the acoustic panels in several of the internal rooms.
For the sloping walls in the Reception, a copper wall sculpture by Philip Melling was chosen to compliment the colour pallet used in the reception. Outside the boardroom a paper piece by an Italian artist framed in a perspex box gave the piece a jewel like quality.
In the break-out area, painted aluminium sheets by Julia Brooker were selected. These were framed in box frames to fit on the narrow walls between the windows.
The Boardroom, Pavilion Meeting Room and Booths have acoustic panels giving limited space for artwork. To get round this we commissioned a digital artist to photograph the local area and produce image montages of local and iconic buildings which were then printed onto the fabric cover of the acoustic panels.Download Case Study
- Object – Review of art collection for London offices
- Client – Talbot Hughes McKillop – Recommended by Hugh Prisick of Storey Project Management Consultancy
- Sector – Offices and Corporate
- Location – London
- Status – Completed
- Art Selection
- Project Management
- Framing & Display
- Art Handling