Located in Sir Norman Foster's landmark building at 30 St Mary Axe, our London offices feature an apt selection of artworks. Located throughout the different floors of the building, but mainly on view at the client floor situated on level 9, the works give each room a distinct atmosphere. In the entrance area, Liam Gillick's Revised Meditation Screen welcomes the visitors. The open aluminium structure divides the room and creates a fluent situation – between inside and outside, between art and architecture.

The Gherkin is a commercial skyscraper in London's primary financial district, the City of London.

Many of the artists whose work you can see at our London office – may it be Darren Almond, Sarah Morris, Wolfgang Tillmans, or Damien Hirst – are part of the British capital's vital and buzzing cultural scene or share strong ties with it.

A selection of predominantly Swiss artists like John M. Armleder, Ugo Rondinone, or Roman Signer accompanies these works. Together with artworks from Thomas Schütte or Anselm Reyle, they not only create an inspiring and profound dialogue between each other but also between the UK and continental Europe.