Completed! Grade II listed interiors of the historic building at 33 Wigmore Street in central London have been refurbished to re-present the historic entrance hall and related spaces in a way [...]
Michael Henley seeks to communicate the transience of organic matter, animals and bone in a state of constant metamorphosis. The heavily worked graphite pieces are layered and coupled with an [...]
The exhibition, by artist Sophie Teh, consists of two suspended, rotating painted fabric sculptures. The Smallest Gallery in Soho is a short walk from Chinatown where restaurants customarily [...]
We have been asked to assist interior designers and architects Forme UK with lighting design for the Grade II listed interiors of the historic building at 33 Wigmore Street. A celebrated interior [...]
The gallery space is inhabited by a creature by artist Svetlana Ochkovskaya, guest curated by Olga Tarasova. Arising from the sea of pebbles, the cryptic creature simultaneously encounters [...]
Annya Sand will be painting within the gallery space from blank canvas to a finished work, never knowing the exact end of her composition.
Lighting for people, architecture and art. Syntax Lighting was founded in April 2011, and so this month celebrates ten years of architectural lighting, having lit buildings and built environments [...]
Right to Climb is a public installation by Iraqi/Kurdish artist Walid Siti (b.1954) for London Festival of Architecture, responding to its theme of ‘power’. Siti’s twisting tower hangs from the [...]
The project included a new lighting scheme for the surgeries and public areas, including dynamic white elements to complement natural daylight and wireless lighting control system. One of the [...]
Completed! The project included complete change and upgrade of the entire lighting installation and a significant improvement of the existing lighting scheme, originally built about 15 years ago. [...]
A new installation by London based artist James Tailor! Under unique circumstances the gallery, where art is only to be viewed from the street, is a cultural location that can be visited whilst [...]
The Smallest Gallery in Soho is delighted to present a new installation by London based artist Frank Laws, ‘Monuments’. Two paintings are presented on brick columns, referencing the traditional [...]
We have recently entered a competition as part of the team with dear friend and colleague, lighting designer Alkestie Skarlatou. We teamed up under the evocative name: two small companies.
We are busy designing lighting for a new office space for a broadband company Hyperoptic, based in London. In close collaboration with the team of architects from Studio Autori, we are developing [...]
The Smallest Gallery in Soho is delighted to present a new installation by London based artist Lise Bouissière. The title of the work ‘Roller Coaster’ is inspired by London’s cityscape and the [...]