We create public art projects that are site-responsive and engaging. Working closely with clients we develop public art plans that capture the aspirations of the team, communities and local authorities. We devise projects and commission artists to produce new temporary and permanent artworks, managing the process from beginning to end.

Reintegrating historic public art and establishing new commissions for of this significant city centre regeneration

Coventry City Centre South Public Art Strategy

Site specific interpretative artworks by Rachael Champion for the former Clarendon Gasworks, Haringey

Clarendon Commissions by Rachael Champion

A strategic public art plan for a Battersea infill housing scheme to fulfil a S106 cultural obligation and engage the local community.

Randall Close Public Art Strategy

Permanent public artworks by artist Simon Periton within Wandsworth’s Riverside Quarter.

Hyperaccumulator by Simon Periton

A new permanent public artwork by Amalia Pica in the heart of Battersea reviving a rail arch gateway into Nine Elms.

Microscopic Park Life by Amalia Pica

An ongoing research project that will result in a number of public art projects and commissions within the large-scale Western Extension Area of Milton Keynes.

Public Art Plan for Fairfields & Whitehouse

A sculptural pavilion and temporary public events space co-commissioned with young people in partnership with Pump House Gallery.

Pump House Pavilion by NEON

A striking colour shifting light installation located within a Victorian arch acts as the main gateway to a new development in Battersea.

Chromatic Cycle by Umut Yamac and D-P-Q

A plan for how public art can help shape the £1 billion development of Winchburgh, near Edinburgh.

The Big W Public Art Plan

A community engaged public art commission by artist Janetka Platun for Ashford Borough Council.

Iron Gall by Janetka Platun

Moving Walls is a bespoke temporary school hoarding artwork co-created with primary pupils at the centre of a large new build residential development.

Moving Walls by Orly Orbach