We create public art that is site-responsive and engaging. We have wide-ranging experience from city centre landmarks to artworks developed with schools. To every project we bring creative flair backed up by rigor and the ability to deliver. We also devise projects and commission artists to produce new temporary and permanent artworks as part of wider public art strategies.

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

Chromatic Cycle

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

Towards Stillness tells the extraordinary story of the last journey of King Richard III.

Towards Stillness

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

Hyperaccumulator by Simon Periton

An elevated shelter created for Sir John Sorrell, part of the Legacy project for the American Hardwood Export Council.

The Nest

Devised and commissioned by Dallas-Pierce-Quintero, this was a vibrant sculptural pavilion and temporary public events space. Co-commissioned with Chestnut Grove Academy students, it was part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe in partnership with Pump House Gallery, NEON and Elliot Wood.

Pump House Pavilion by NEON

An undulating sculptural fence, involving pupils in a real life creative design project, brings colour and playfulness to new public realm in Battersea.

Push and Pull

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

Iron Gall by Janetka Platun

A site specific artwork in the heart of Winchburgh’s new civic square.

It’s A Bing Thing

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

A family of artworks for the Sheffield Children’s Hospital created with the aim of having a positive impact on its patients, visitors and staff.

Monochromatic Body

We developed an innovative charring technique to create a major new public artwork.

The Osier Plant

An elephant which signposts a walking route from the Railway Station to the Town Centre – affectionately known as Claudia.


A temporary pavilion that celebrated Persian art and culture for the John Madejski Garden at the V&A.

The Persian Poetry Pavilion

A reinterpretation of a Turkish coffee house to mark the opening of the Jameel Gallery of Middle Eastern Art.

The Turkish Coffee House