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Exciting design in the windows of the Wellcome Trust headquarters

The front windows of the building are seen by over 1.8 million passers by each year, providing the perfect opportunity to engage the public with our work.

Our window display changes at least once a year, with each one providing a unique artistic interpretation of what we do.

Current display: View

Phoebe Argent is a BA Graphic Design student at Camberwell College of Arts. 'View' - her winning design for the Wellcome Trust windows competition 'The Changing Perception of Images' - is inspired by her ongoing investigations into paper folds and the relationship between two and three-dimensional space.

Folded figures fill the Wellcome Trust’s windows in new commission ‘View’. Credit: Phoebe Argent, Wellcome Images.

The Wellcome Trust Windows Commission is curated by Sigune Hamann. Inspired by the Trust’s funded research into areas including neuroscience and memory, it is an opportunity for undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of the Arts London to explore the changing ways in which images are registered and perceived.

Find out about our previous window displays

Wellcome Trust, Gibbs Building, 215 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, UK T:+44 (0)20 7611 8888