Art Contact has been assisting with sourcing and selecting artwork for working environments for over 25 years. Over that time Art Contact has worked in all sectors of the working environment. Click the links below to view a cross section of projects from the following sectors:
CORPORATE | HEALTHCARE | LEISURE | PUBLIC
Or browse a selection of our latest projects below:
Commissioned artwork for the Director's office at the newly developed Surrey HQ.
Brendan Kerr of Keltbray chose artworks which reflected the vibrancy and contemporary design of the head offices in Surrey. Some key pieces were chosen to represent the company's prominent activity in the construction sector. This was loosely interpreted through artworks which employ building materials such as glass, stone and steel as their medium and construction ideas such as balance and illusion as their concept.
The brief from the client was to create an interesting vision for patients and staff with no view but an empty grey space without natural light. Virginia Grub from Art Contact set about sourcing the right artist to create an artificial garden set in the atrium by using dichoric etched components to create what we know as 'The Light Garden.' Read further...
London Bridge Hospital commissioned an artwork which represented the building and its surroundings along the South Bank for the newly renovated Reception Area.
The artwork, a digital montage of photographs, printed onto flame polished acrylic panels and fixed with stainless steel bolts, is a testament to the wonderful architectural features from Waterloo to London Bridge including the river facade of hospital building itself.
Additional artworks were sourced by Art Contact by one of our abstract screenprint artist to enliven the corridors at Medimmune. Art Contact has sourced artwork for Medimmune for over 12 years.
Metrix Enterprise invited Art Contact to source a collection of artwork for their first office in the London division. Our brief was to embrace the city; its culture, architecture and artists, through the artwork. With this in mind, we sourced a collection of limited-edition prints from contemporary British printmakers and photographers, abstract and representational that complement the space and each other through palette and composition.
This sculpture was commissioned for a Private Client who wished to suprise his wife for thier wedding anniversary.
The client requested an abstract figurative sculpture which had symbolic references to the anniversary. The two figures in the sculpture can be seen to be entwined in an embrace.
The sculpture was made out Aluminum Resin and stands at 1340mm High (Including Base)
For the Bolton's Estate in Chelsea, London.