Working for Roca London Gallery in Chelsea (designed by Zaha Hadid) was a pleasure. The gallery is beautiful and serene. Each section of the space has been crafted and gives the visitor a sense of peace as you wonder the floor taking in the latest art installations. They have married an interesting concept where the bathroom pieces take second stage and the sound installation or art pieces are at the foreground.
Working with the team at Roca Gallery, we designed some route options and finally created a bespoke 90 minute tour that would link the gallery with Earls Court during 100% Design (London Design festival 2012). We ran 9 tours over 3 days and cycled with people from all over the world who came to London for the LDF events. We explored an eclectic mix of architectural sights from the impressive historical Brompton Cemetery to Lotts Rd Power Station and Sarah Wigglesworth’s Cremorne Riverside Centre. Cremorne Gardens was once a victorian pleasure garden.
We met some great and interesting visitors from interior designers architects, researchers and artists. Hopefully we will be working with Roca again in the spring with other events.
The collaboration was featured in Icon magazine and guide and also had coverage in World of Interiors and many online references.