Cardozo Kindersley, RAE

ENTERPRISE HUB, ROYAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING

Our new Enterprise Hub at the Royal Academy of Engineering features artwork by Lida Kindersley. Taking inspiration from the cordless-kettle element, designed by Doctor John C Taylor, the motif acts as an emblem of pioneering engineering and beautifully simple design. Lida’s studio, which buzzed with the energy and industry of apprentices learning their trade, was a remarkable parallel with the new Enterprise Hub, developed primarily to support young engineers.

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Susanna Heron

STUDY CENTRE & ARCHIVE, ST JOHN’S COLLEGE, OXFORD

Working with two outstanding artists on one project, we have revelled in the poetic quality they have engendered, working with different yet complementary materials. Susanna Heron’s stone-relief work will adorn the elevations of the new library; bringing shadow and depth to the Clipsham stone. Construction work has begun and will continue through 2017.

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Kirsty Brooks

STUDY CENTRE & ARCHIVE, ST JOHN’S COLLEGE, OXFORD

Working with two outstanding artists on one project, we have revelled in the poetic quality they have engendered, working with different yet complementary materials. Kirsty Brooks, working in glass, has helped us create spaces that are about illuminance and transparent layering. Her work depicts the history of the College and is displayed in our refurbished ‘Otranto Passage’ – the route into the new Study Centre.

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Vong Phaophanit & Claire Oboussier

HULL TRUCK THEATRE

‘The work evolved out of the very particular anatomy and ethos of Hull Truck Theatre. The architectural scheme, through its unencumbered and understated aesthetic, makes tangible and enables the desire of the theatre to ‘speak with’ the world beyond it by reducing the sense of frontier between theatre and street. The border still exists but it is navigable, traversable and has a sense of permeability.’  Phaophanit & Oboussier Website

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Martin Richman

THE WOMEN'S LIBRARY

'5 book shaped units made of perforated stainless steel that swoop through an opening in the curtain wall. Each unit is joined at the spine to its neighbour and is internally illuminated by one red and one blue cold cathode luminaire.' 

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Cardozo Kindersley, Corpus Christi

CORPUS CHRISTI COLLEGE

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