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To reflect the building’s inspiring ethos, we asked Turner Prize winning artist, Keith Tyson, to create a work of art to take pride of place on the façade of One New Burlington Place.
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Each day promises a new experience at One New Burlington Place. Like London, life inside the building will be dynamic as some of the best people in their field - finance, technology, fashion and more - generate ideas that change the way the world lives and thinks. To reflect the building's inspiring ethos, we asked Turner Prize winning artist, Keith Tyson, to create a work of art to take pride of place on the façade of One New Burlington Place.

Each day promises a new experience at One New Burlington Place. Like London, life inside the building will be dynamic as some of the best people in their field - finance, technology, fashion and more - generate ideas that change the way the world lives and thinks. To reflect the building's inspiring ethos, we asked Turner Prize winning artist, Keith Tyson, to create a work of art to take pride of place on the façade of One New Burlington Place.

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Keith Tyson

London's ever-changing dynamic built around the River Thames inspired Keith Tyson's amazing creation for One New Burlington Place. Displayed on the façade for everyone to admire, the so-called 'nature painting' uses gravity, chemical reactions and digital imagery of historic maps to celebrate London's architectural evolution and the exciting flow of this remarkable city.

Today, Tyson is renowned around the world for award-winning work that uses scientific methods, logic and chance to explore the nature and limits of his environment. London's ever-changing dynamic built around the River Thames inspired Keith Tyson's amazing creation for One New Burlington Place. Displayed on the façade for everyone to admire, the so-called 'nature painting' uses gravity, chemical reactions and digital imagery of historic maps to celebrate London's architectural evolution and the exciting flow of this remarkable city.

Keith Tyson is the 18th winner of the prestigious Turner Prize. Born in Cumbria in 1969, he left school at 15 to work as an apprentice engineer making nuclear submarines until the desire to become an artist made him swap shipyards for art college.

Nature Painting