Posts tagged 'art'

Karnik Gallery curates art display at 12 Hay Hill in London

The new London-based contemporary art dealership was appointed to curate the display of artworks at Mayfair’s sophisticated business club, in collaboration with fine art consultancy


A new art trail brings art to the streets during the pandemic

Reclaim your lunch break with Wander Art, a socially distanced gallery experience on the streets of Mayfair and Belgravia If you happen to be wandering


Node Kyoto Hotel captures the essence of an intimate gallery space

Setting itself apart from the competition, Node Kyoto, a new hotel in the Japanese city’s Nakagyo Ward, functions not only as a 25 bedroom guest

Stockholm Portrait Factory|||

Aritco Lift and Alexander Lervik explore the link between art and design

While the relationship between art and design, and just how closely the two are interlinked, remains a convoluted topic of discussion, for Stockholm-based creative Alexander

Colourbloc Photography|||

Lois O’Hara on being a dreamer, the joy of colour and making others happy

To celebrate the recent launch of OnOffice’s first quarterly issue, based on the theme of colour (we could all use a pop of colour right

Jean-François Lamoureux|||

Élément lights up Montréal with new art installation

Until the end of April 2020, Montréal’s Place des fleurs-de-Macadam on the corner of Mont-Royal Avenue and Boyer Street, will be illuminated with street art.

Gareth Gardner|||

Morag Myerscough brings the park to the workplace at 1FA

British artist Morag Myerscough has filled the entire ground floor of the newly reopened public space, 1 Finsbury Avenue Square (1FA) in Broadgate, London, with her


Olafur Eliasson’s new lamp for Louis Poulsen brings his art out of the gallery

The Tate Modern’s latest opening, Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life, is an exploration of nature, perception through immersive installation art. Many of the works are

Pernille Loof|||

OnOffice curates: Object & Thing

Vivid hues, quirky forms and fine craftsmanship set the mood for Brooklyn’s lavish exhibit Object & Thing, from May 3rd-5th. Reimagining the relationship between art

Tom Mannion|||

The benefits of art in commercial offices

The seismic shift in the way we work has made the last decade feel as though many businesses are finally focused on their most important



Workplace | Design | Architecture