Wind Sculpture, Yinka Shonibare CBE

‘…they provided an invaluable partnership in commissioning Yinka Shonibare for a bespoke public sculpture at a large mixed use development in Westminster. Their management of the project from initial brief to artist selection, through securing local authority planning in a highly sensitive location and finally overseeing fabrication and installation was very impressive.’

Ben Rodgers, Associate Development Director, Terrace Hill


Insight Community Arts Programme

‘The knowledge and organisation they brought to our long engagement has had a very positive impact on both local communities around London and on our staff. The projects they ran for us were always thought provoking and provided focus points for community groups.’

Brian Snowdon, Learning and Development Manager, Insight Investment


5 Howick Place Exhibition Programme

‘Over the years that I have worked with them, there have been a few complex incidents to which they rose to the challenge, undertaking the research that enabled them to come up with viable and effective solutions and then manage the process to ensure a satisfactory resolution.’

Karen Longman, Associate, Asset Services, Cushman & Wakefield


Tokens, John Aldus

‘HS Projects have managed an extremely complicated and long term public art project for a local partnership and have remained constant throughout this period. They have effectively managed the range of partners, the changes involved and the complexities this has brought. They have also retained the interest and services of the artist and the production teams throughout this period, and have remained a pleasant and amiable force throughout the process.’

Caroline Jenkinson, Head of Arts and Tourism,
 London Borough of Camden


Wind Sculpture, Yinka Shonibare CBE

‘…Yinka Shonibare’s Wind Sculpture standing in Howick Place in Victoria, a magical work that follows the theme of his commission for the plinth in Trafalgar Square – Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle. The curving form seems like a torn fragment of a sail.’

Janet Street-Porter, THE INDEPENDENT


Journeys into Sight, Judy Price

‘The project participants were delighted and amazed with the results, which exceeded everyone’s expectations. Introducing photography as a stimulus for English learning with predominantly Bangladeshi women has not only been extremely successful in teaching new photography and English skills, but also in capturing the community in which our members live.’

Jane Fletcher, Programme Manager – Education, Toynbee Hall


Paradigm Store

‘Paradigm Store is a thought-provoking array of sculpture that challenges on many levels, and continues to permeate the viewer’s consciousness, long after he has left the exhibition.’

3rd Dimension


Above Me and Below Me, All Around Me, David Hugo

‘I was really surprised to find this art work here. It completely defied my expectations of what a multi-storey carpark is like. These environments usually have a poor image, being scruffy, smelly and covered in graffiti. Why aren’t all airport spaces like that.’

Mike Whitton, Commercial Manager, Lufthansa Cargo, Heathrow Airport