A Space Transformed

I’ve enjoyed witnessing Frederick Fisher’s design of the new Marc Selwyn Fine Art gallery space take shape over the last several months. Fisher attributes Selwyn’s refined eye for space and light as an inspiration in the gallery’s design, which is based on simplicity. It’s been inspiring to watch a collaboration between such a renowned architect and successful art dealer. As the former site of 1940s Al Grimmet’s Garage, the space is classic industrial, with brick walls and wood trusses, re-imagined as an architecturally interesting contemporary art gallery. Here are the impressive Before and After shots.

In the Press: Interested to read more about our client Marc Selwyn Fine Art and his new space? On FORM Magazine’s web site, Michael Webb presents a detailed look at the gallery transformation. Click here to read it.

BEFORE:

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AFTER:

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BEFORE:

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AFTER:

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