As part of Travers Smith’s ongoing project to support emerging graduates from Art Colleges, they made available a stunning site with enormous creative potential at their London offices.
This took the form of an elevation situated opposite a newly created feature staircase to the Lower Ground floor café and meeting space, which was completed in September, 2016.
The project was open to Fine Arts BA and MA graduates who had graduated within the past five years after attending a recognised College of Art in the United Kingdom for competitive selection by way of submitted proposals and visualisations.
A total commissioning prize of £5,000 was made available, including materials and production costs incurred by the artist. Furthermore, the winning artist will be invited to participate in the 2016/17 pro bono support project provided to undergraduates selected for the ongoing Travers Smith LLP Art Programme.
After receiving a large number of thought provoking and creative proposals, the Travers Smith Art Committee selected the work of James Seow, an MA Graduate from the Royal College of Art.