Invisible Works

Invisible Works is a transdisciplinary research and development studio offering creative, conceptual & strategic consultancy in the fields of art and architecture.

We aim to help generate new connections between space and thought that facilitate deeper, radicalised experiences. By looking at reciprocal relationships between structure and function, our philosophical and artistic research into areas such as social sculpture and biophilia focuses on revealing diagrammatical and operational relations between the natural, cultural and virtual.

Case studies:

1. Strategic and creative research and development including designs for pavilions to host an internationally touring, cross-disciplinary art project with 10 Downing Street’s GREAT campaign.

"Your imagination and amazingly positive attitude ... beautifully exemplified bringing the best of British creativity to the world ... captured the imagination ... recommend you to anyone seeking creative brilliance with a strong commercial streak." Conrad Bird, Director, GREAT Campaign, 10 Downing Street

2. Analysis and geometric composition of the ground plan in relation to the surrounding environment, philosophical and social conditions for a new Swansea University Mosque.

3. Conceptual development and business planning for biophilic structures used for diverse artistic performances, restaurants and events:

“We find the team to be highly credible. We estimate that only around 5% of teams that approach us warrant such serious consideration.” Paul Bedford, Senior Investment Director, Ingenious Media.

4. Research for the use of architectural interventions to mitigate urban noise pollution.

"A landmark opportunity to showcase the best in science based innovations and creative treatments ... to benefit the present generation and inspire a new era of urban landscape and architectural designers for the future." Lisa Lavia, Managing Director, Noise Abatement Society

5. Designs for environmental installations and cross-disciplinary projects:

“...bring places alive, using sensitive approaches to the environment and real significance to the place in a way that is meaningful and relevant to a diverse audience.” Shelley Fielder, Central Outreach Advisor, The National Trust

“...It is on the edge of the different disciplines that the most exciting adventures are experienced. What we are being presented is unique, this is worthy of widespread support.” Ian Edwards, Head of Exhibitions and Events, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

6. Cultural mentorship of immersive theatre production:

“…an inspirational Cultural Mentor of Arbonauts. We have benefited from Invisible Structures' pragmatic approach to cultural strategy, networking and adaptability in problem solving. Their vision is far reaching, independent and bold.” Dimitri Launder, Artistic Director, Arbonauts

Tedx talk outlining vision for the Invisible City as a social organism, which forms connections between nature, social networks and cultural happenings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugGmccGef4k"

Slide Sub-Navigation Down