Kerlin Gallery

Natural light filters into the gallery from above, allowing art to be viewed in optimal conditions. The ceiling — a simple white plane that appears to be floating in space is used as a means to control artificial light when daylight levels fall. Visual distraction is rigorously pared away throughout: these are spaces that are free from visible doors, switches or sockets, where skirtings are omitted in order to minimise the transition between floor and wall, and where a poured concrete floor does away with the distraction of surface pattern.

Project Architect
Tom Croft

John Pawson