Anise Gallery

Jerry Tate Architects, London, 2012


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Art Gallery and Office Space

This project is the refurbishment of an existing ground floor office space to create the Anise Gallery art studio, sharing a space with the visualisation company AVR London.

The project includes four movable timber framed walls, fully equipped with lighting and power to display artworks, that can be rearranged into different positions to create a range of different spaces. Power and data for the screens is provided from high level lighting baffles in the ceiling.

This allows staff to swiftly rearrange the room for the occasion, be in an art exhibition, reception, meeting, watercolour masterclass or general office use.


  • Begun: Apr 2012
  • Completed: May 2012
  • Floor area: 130m2
  • Sector: Arts and culture
  • Total cost: £25,000
  • Funding: AVR London
  • Tender date: Feb 2012
  • Procurement: JCT MWD 2011 Minor Works Building Contract 2011
  • Address: 13a Shad Thames, London, SE1 2PU, United Kingdom

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