At True, we’re reimagining businesses for the better. Our mission to reimagine doesn’t stop with our portfolio. When designing plans for our HQ in London, we wanted to breathe new life into our workplace, to create a warm, welcoming space for our team and community with collaboration front of mind.
Across four floors, two fully stocked bars, True team desk-spaces, shared spaces our community can access, several beautiful boardrooms, peaceful terraces and a wellness suite – so we are set-up for any occasion. When it came to the final touches, we teamed up with inhouse art – an artist couple Michael Poole and Eva Brá Barkardóttir, specialising in curating and supplying artwork for offices and business spaces and who source the artwork from an international community of unrepresented artists, students, and recently graduated artists out of the London Art School scene.
In June we launched the Featured Artist Series – with an open call out for artists to take prime position in our entrance foyer on the ground floor, on a rotating basis. From the inaugural open call, French artist Justine Formentelli has secured the placement. Now based in London, she had a nomadic upbringing living in the Caribbean, the island of Reunion and Morocco. She graduated with an MA in Fine Art with distinction from City and Guilds of London Art School in 2018.
Her featured artwork Considering How Things Stack Up is an exemplary piece of Justine’s signature style where she creates single abstract assemblages inspired by natural elements, Surrealism and Abstract expressionism.
If you’d like to find out more about the other artwork in True House or about our Artists in Residence, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org.