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The fine art gallery on the edge of the River Taff in Llandaff is set in a site with a narrow entrance directed towards the water, the site opens up from a tree covered path to an open space with spectacular views. This fed into the concept of the design, the journey of moving through a space as it opens up to views and brightness, guided by the art and statues which draw visitors through the gallery. The aim was to create a tranquil gallery which invites people in and frames not only the artwork but also the views. The dark and light areas create this atmosphere of change within the journey through the space.

Using recyclable materials, copper is 100% recyclable and low-carbon as it maintains its integrity through continuous recycling it can be reused multiple times for different purposes. The cedar is carefully sourced from sustainable sites, cedar is a renewable and recyclable material which requires little maintenance.

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