The British architect Sir David Adjaye and the Israeli architect Ron Arad have been awarded the commission to design the UK’s National Holocaust Memorial in the shadow of the Houses of Parliament in London. Architects Gustafson Porter + Bowman were selected to design a Learning Centre, as part of the project.
31 January 2017
Top artists including Anish Kapoor, Rachel Whiteread and Ron Arad have been shortlisted for the newly commissioned London Holocaust memorial. Envisaged as a place for everyone to come to remember the Holocaust, as well as a focal point for annual national commemorations, the Memorial will affirm the United Kingdom’s commitment to stand up against prejudice and hatred.
A major site-specific installation, Thought of Train of Thought, 2016, by Royal Academician Ron Arad has been unveiled, for Terrace Wires, the station’s public commissioning programme for new artwork by leading international artists. This is the second instalment of a four year partnership between HS1 Ltd. (owners of St Pancras International station) and the Royal Academy for the […]
New Installation showcases artists, designers, friends,family & colleagues of Arad 2 years ago, you may remember David Byrne toured his installation “Playing the Building” to The Roundhouse. It was great. I myself visited on a hot summers day and played Byrne’s odd machine of organ pipes and percussive beaters, all controlled by air; I liked […]
The Roundhouse, a North London venue will feature “Curtain Call,” a ring of silicon rods by internationally renowned artist, architect and designer, Ron Arad . The former head of design at the Royal College Of Art has invited his favourite musicians and friends to create unique work for his 360° interactive installation. Arad’s constant experimentation […]