Runkel Hue-Williams Gallery
Entry to the Runkel Hue-Williams Gallery
is via an attenuated space whose effect
is to draw in the visitor. Spotlights set
flush into the timber floor to one side of
this otherwise unlit corridor cast regular
upward beats of light across the white
wall, providing a counterpoint to the even
light of the gallery ahead and giving the
passageway a rhythm corresponding to
the pace of the person passing through.
A distinctive notched opening provides
a receptionist seated behind the wall
discreet views into the body of the gallery.
In partnership with Claudio Silvestrin