Window screen for the Tenderpixel contemporary art gallery in Cecil Court. This unique location in London's Covent Garden, once the “heart of the early British film industry”, and also famous as Mozart's residence when he wrote his first symphony at 8 years old, is home to several art and book galleries. Prominent for the variety of its offer, the Tenderpixel gallery keeps a vibrant programme of exhibitions by emerging artists, as well as contemporary art events.
Our proposal adds a layer of privacy and comfort to the art gallery’s street window, with a translucent screen intended to shield views from the outside while still allowing the activity inside to animate the street. The screen is pleated, in a pattern that matches the gallery's wainscoting.