All change at The Photographers’​ Gallery London!

finished art installation for the photographers' gallery in London

succesful placemaking in action!

Working closely with MacroArtAndreas Lechtaler Architects and The Photographers’ Gallery, we were delighted to revisit Soho Photography Quarter (SPQ) to install the latest artist exhibition featuring work by Gideon Mendel. SPQ is an immersive, exterior gallery space in the heart of creative Soho, just off Oxford Street. This is the first artist changeover since the summer launch this year.

It’s great to get such positive feedback from our clients…

“Thanks again for treating the install with such care. It’s really looking fantastic”

Take a look at the complex installation spanning 45 meters: 

Outdoor, large scale public art installations can serve as a focal point for the community and can help to create a sense of place. They can also be used to enliven public spaces and to add interest and beauty to the built environment.

In addition, public art can be used to tell immersive stories and history of a community, to foster a sense of belonging and pride among residents and visitors.  This collaborative and highly complex project is a true example of excellent placemaking in the urban built environment. 

Special thanks to Kate Elliot for the images.  If you are planning a placemaking project, get in touch to see how our expert team can help bring your vision to life.