Public Art

PUBLIC ART - FLOW - 'Flow' draws conceptually on the notion of organic fluid forms streaming through the order of a structured environment. It works with the idea of branching patterns that can be found at every scale; from the wider Somerset landscape of rivers carving through stone, to the roots of the original Eisenhower tree, and the flow of people everyday through the hospital.

Commissioner: Musgrove Park Hospital Trust. 2014

FLOW

Jubilee Courtyard, Musgrove Park Hospital, 2014. Stone floor in sandblasted granite.

 
PUBLIC ART - DRIFT - Programmed LED lights embedded in wooden benches. An integral part of the New Road redevelopment scheme, Brighton

Commissioner: Brighton and Hove Council, 2009

DRIFT

Programmed LED lights embedded in wooden benches. An integral part of the New Road redevelopment scheme, it gained a Civic Trust Award in 2009.

 
PUBLIC ART - A11 UNDERPASS LIGHTING CONCEPT, BOW RIVERSIDE

Commissioner: Adams and Sutherland Architects

A11 UNDERPASS LIGHTING CONCEPT, BOW RIVERSIDE

Rolinson created a lighting concept for Adams and Sutherland Architects scheme at Bow underpass. Built by Sutton-Vane Lighting consultants, it was part of the scheme awarded winner of London Regional RIBA Award 2012 and received Highly Commended at the Lighting Design Awards 2012.

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PUBLIC ART - AIRWAVE - Airwave has been developed for the facade of the new Lookahead housing unit for vulnerable young people, Bracknell. It consists of multiple acrylic panels formed at varying angles from the rendered surface and is intended to integrate with the architectural materials of the buildings skin, generating a sense of motion and permeability.

Commissioner: Lookahead Housing Trust. 2003

AIRWAVE

Airwave has been developed for the facade of the new Lookahead housing unit for vulnerable young people, Bracknell. It consists of multiple acrylic panels formed at varying angles from the rendered surface and is intended to integrate with the architectural materials of the buildings skin, generating a sense of motion and permeability.

 
PUBLIC ART - STREAM - A series of seven steel and glass columns surrounded by the sea and the modernist housing development Marine Court. At night, blue light blows through the structures as if catching the wind or reflecting the sounds of the sea.

Commissioner: Hastings Borough Council. 2002

STREAM

A series of seven steel and glass columns surrounded by the sea and the modernist housing development Marine Court. At night, blue light blows through the structures as if catching the wind or reflecting the sounds of the sea.

 
PUBLIC ART - TRACE ELEMENTS - 'Trace Elements' is a linear light work embedded into the external surfaces at the entrance and canal side of Electric Wharf housing development, Coventry

Commissioner: Complex Developments

TRACE ELEMENTS

Electric Wharf is a new living and working housing development on the former Power station, Sandy Lane, Coventry. Trace Elements is a linear work embedded into the external surfaces at the entrance and canal side.