A CAMPUS WITH CREATIVITY
AT ITS HEART

An unrivalled and striking contemporary art collection by world famous artists adorns the campus, truly setting it apart from any other working environment in London. Explore just some of our pieces below.

THE YELLOW BUILDING ATRIUM

LIGON: UNTITLED

Included in The Yellow Building’s illustrious art collection from world-famous names, sits this black-painted neon sign by American artist Glen Ligon referencing his country of origin.

THE WHITE BUILDING COWORKING AREA

TSCHÄPE: MINA’S FOREST

Located in The White Building's ground floor co-working area, sits this bright, explosion of colour by German born artist Janaina Tschäpe, reflecting her experiences in Brazil.

THE GEORGE BUILDING RECEPTION

HIRST: SPOT COLLECTION

Adding some eye-catching colour to The George Building reception area, this work by the world-famous artist Damien Hirst is part of one of his most prolific and recognisable series.

BREAKER’S PLACE

KING: TRA LA LA

Joining Notting Dale’s public realm in the summer of 2021, this work by British sculptor Philip King exudes lightness both in colour and form. It sits proudly opposite Frestons cafe.

THE YELLOW BUILDING ATRIUM

HÖLLER: MIRROR CAROUSEL

Taking advantage of The Yellow Building’s 30 metre high atrium, Höller’s eye-catching carousel is in full working order, complete with stage-show bulbs and long hanging seats.

BREAKER’S PLACE

DA CUNAH: MIX

This reclaimed concrete mixer drum by Brazilian born, artist da Cunha sits upon a distinctive concrete plinth on Breaker’s Place.

The George Building Reception

LUCAS: JUBILEE

Welcoming the occupants of The George Building, this piece by British artist Sarah Lucas stands alongside work by Hirst to creating a striking entrance.

The Yellow Building atrium

HOCKNEY: SPRING SERIES

This collection of iPad drawings by one of Britain’s most famous artists, documents the changing of the seasons around his childhood home in Woldgate.

The Yellow Building

BAYRLE: DUCK

Enjoy this friendly and colourful waddling duck created by pioneering German artist

The Yellow Building atrium

KIMSOOJA: CITIES ON THE MOVE

A striking and attention grabbing 2 Ton truck loaded with a mound of colourful Bottari welcome occupiers both from Breaker’s Place and The Yellow Building atrium.

The Yellow Building atrium

KOONS: BAROQUE EGG WITH BOW

One of campus' most unmissable sculptures, this glittering and nostalgic piece is part of Koons’ world-famous Celebration series.