Financial services firm, Amsterdam
This office is part of a global firm with headquarters in London and Chicago. An image selection of office locations including Amsterdam, Brussels, Chicago and London were chosen to theme these offices. All pictures were printed on the medium diasec which suited the high-end fit-out of the office. New images of Amsterdam were taken to offer the client large panoramic pictures which could be viewed across the whole open office.
Financial services firm, Manchester
After discussing theming the offices with local artwork, Alex created a new portfolio of Manchester. Along with one image of the Chicago headquarters of the parent company, all images were local. The portfolio created during this project can be seen in the UK portfolio to the left. Diasec was the favoured medium for these offices.
Financial services firm, Norwich
The Norwich office of this firm was the administration support for a global business. To highlight the international presence of the firm, photographs of several European cities and Singapore were chosen to show off their worldwide office locations. Three standard sizes were chosen specifically to allow pictures to be rotated around the office.
Fox Williams LLP, London
Fox Williams is a business law firm based in the heart of the City of London. Six meeting rooms required artwork. After consultation new bespoke panoramic images of London, with themes including finance and law, were taken to complement existing images from Alex’s portfolio. The majority of photographs were black and white to complement the decor of the offices. The chosen medium was a high-end semi-matt version of the diasec; the largest pieces measuring 210cm in length.
Financial services firm, Birmingham
Four pieces of artwork were chosen to decorate these offices including local Birmingham images and one of the Headquarters in London.
Chaucer is a leading specialty insurance group based in London. Artwork in the Boardroom was chosen to represent their position in London and business in Lloyd’s.
Doughty Street Chambers, London
Doughty Street Chambers is a forward-looking set of barristers with offices in London, Manchester, Bristol and The Hague. The brief was to photograph the immediate area and details of Bloomsbury around their London offices, situated on Doughty Street, to produce black and white acrylic prints for display in meeting rooms and communal areas.
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, London
Herbert Smith Freehills is one of the world's leading law firms, co-headquarted in London and Sydney. Alex's iconic London work was chosen to decorate the main reception of the London office.
Stewarts is the UK's largest litigation-only law firm with offices in London and Leeds. When moving into their new offices in the City of London, they chose Alex’s local London artwork to reflect their 360 degrees view of London. Photographs of landmarks in the line of sight from the office were selected across four corridors (north, south, east, west). Canvas, the lightest media, was chosen as the media since they were to be placed on glass partitions.
1 King's Bench Walk, London
1 King's Bench Walk is a well established set of barristers' chambers situated in Temple, specialising in family law and criminal law. The brief was to produce abstract images of objects related to barristers' work for display as framed photographs and acrylics in chambers.
Essex Court Chambers, London
Essex Court Chambers is a leading set of barristers' chambers located in Lincoln's Inn Fields. Alex's local work of London was selected for their conference rooms, arbitration rooms and communal areas.
Quadrant Chambers, London
Quadrant Chambers is a leading set of barristers based on Fleet Street, opposite the Royal Courts of Justice. Six large canvases of London were chosen specifically to complement the existing decor and furniture.
Landmark plc, London
Landmark Plc provides premium serviced office space in the heart of the City. Photographs of the City were chosen to decorate their contemporary offices in Lombard Street, opposite the Bank of England, and Holland House, opposite 30 St Mary Axe (the Gherkin building).