gpstudio launches public exhibition space with Broken Heart installation

(UK) – gpstudio introduces first of 2015 exhibitions – Broken Heart – a light installation by GNI Projects.

Reflecting the trend of complementary uses of buildings, such as a cafés in retail stores and shops in restaurants, gpstudio has created a dedicated exhibition space called ‘The Arch Window’, named after the railway arch where gpstudio is based.

The design agency has invited light installation company GNI Projects to create an installation art piece that will be visible from the street for visitors and the general public to view.

Commenting on the 2015 launch of The Arch Window exhibitions, partner at gpstudio, Gregor Jackson, said: “The Arch Window exhibitions reflect our passion for using art and design as a means to stand out. GNI is a very talented team that create fascinating and inspiring installations, and the piece we have selected for the 2015 debut of gpstudio’s The Arch Window exhibitions is no exception.

“They are just the first in a series of similarly creative and thought provoking pieces that will appear in The Arch Window over the next twelve months. Each will be unique and we hope they will appeal to everyone from local residents, to clients, to visitors to London.”

Graham Rollins of GNI Projects added: “We are delighted to be collaborating with gpstudio. We know the team well and they share our passion for using design to inspire, challenge and engage. What is particularly special about gpstudio’s Arch Window is that the art is not hidden away behind closed doors. Our hope is passers by pause to reflect on the piece, and we would encourage everyone to share their thoughts using social media.”