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As Oxford Brookes forges ahead in the transformation of its estate, design and art will continue to play an important role in making our spaces special.
The sentiment of pieces such as Resounding and Rain Pavilion justifies our approach and commitment to creating a sense of place that uses art to inspire.
Oxford Brookes mace - created through a student design competition.
The pavilion comprises steel, leaf-like structures stemming from a timber pool at the base.
A mesmerising piece of public art located in the Forum.
Assembly consists of five bird-like creatures cast in bronze.
Many of the internal areas of the John Henry Brookes Building have been designed with trees in mind.
The bold barcode like graphics are designed to create a moiré effect.