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This small intimate gallery is light and airy, with five generous walls separated by four floor-to-ceiling windows. It has a chocolate-tinted, low-sheen, stone floor and a simple wooden bench that impart scale with a minimum of fuss.
The SOLO gallery is well suited for an exhibition of up to 12 works.
This medium sized gallery has a clean modern décor with a white marble floor. It features two vertical windows at one end, a transom window at the other and a short set of stairs leading to a set of double doors. The walls are washed with a combination of spots and natural light from the three windows.
This gallery is suitable for hanging up to 20 medium-sized works.
A large rectangular gallery with a polished concrete floor and a huge skylight. The Atrium gallery has a nice mix of daylight and expansive, spot-lit walls. The featured doorway gives a point of reference to the space.
This gallery is suitable for hanging up to 32 medium sized works.
This 19 metre long gallery allows for the luxury of distance from large works and is augmented by light flooding in from a set of French windows at one end and two large Victorian arched windows at the other.
The space features two distinct areas with different ceiling heights. The high ceiling area (marked grey below) is perfect for very large works. The other end of the gallery is a more intimate space, with a classic wooden chair giving the room scale.
This gallery is suitable for hanging up to 42 medium sized works.