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When Art Meets Tech

MAWD collaborated with London gallery Edel Assanti to produce an installation that activates and transforms the arrival space at The Wingate, a modernist office building in the heart of Soho. The developer, Seaforth, were looking for a way to connect The Wingate to its location.

MAWD worked with commissioning artist Nathaniel Rackowe to create an enhanced interior that connects to its Soho setting.

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As art and technology collide, the arrival sequence is becoming far more interactive - a more significant space that benefits key decision makers, tenants and visitors alike.

— James White, MAWD Co-Founder
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As an extension of the trend for experience-based offices, the traditional lobby has evolved from a transitory place to an immersive space that brings people together through a fusion of art, technology and Experience-Centric Design.

We had created a fantastic entrance lobby space, but it lacked a visual connection with the streetscape and had minimum engagement with building occupants. MAWD were incredibly helpful in guiding us and managing the process and end results speak for themselves.

— Chris Railston-Brown, Development Director at Seaforth
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