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*Consultancy is delighted to announce the appointment of Sinta Tantra, who has been commissioned to develop a series of works for the City of London’s newest office tower, 22 Bishopsgate.
Standing at 278m, 22 is set to be the Read more
At CAS Consultancy, our work in the public realm has placed social value at the forefront of everything we do – developing opportunities for artists to contribute not only to developing great art but equally importantly to building communities. Read more
Consultancy is proud to announce its involvement in the Urban Land Institute’s Including Culture in Development guide. Head of CAS Consultancy, Fabienne Nicholas, has been instrumental in this work with her contribution of a set of best practice case Read more
Last month the North West Cambridge Development opened its doors to the public, with a programme of events celebrating the near-completion of Phase One of the project. Over the course of one day, 4,000+ visitors descended on the new Read more
We are near to unveiling our new commissions for Angel Court, a new office development designed by Fletcher Priest Architects in the City of London for Stanhope Plc and Mitsui Fudosan. Featuring some of the most exciting artists working Read more
Three North West Cambridge Development residency artists have been shortlisted for major international awards this year for their work produced at the site. The Habitation Artist Residency Programme is managed by the Contemporary Art Society with InSite Arts.
Global Corporate Collections, a new 700 page publication by Deutsche Standard EDITIONEN, sheds light, for the first time, onto 80 corporate art collections considered to be among the best in the world. Presented in print Read more