Mosaic Marble Adorns The Royal Academy of Music with Mosaic
Founded in 1882, The Royal Academy of Music is Britain’s oldest degree-granting music school. Training nearly 700 students from over 50 countries in more than 20 musical disciplines, including instrumental performance, conducting, composition, jazz, musical theatre and opera, The Academy is one of the mostly acclaimed conservatoires worldwide.
With a first building located in Tenterden Street, Hanover Square, the institution moved in 1911 to its current premises, a striking Edwardian building joined by the new David Josefowitz Recital Hall built in 2011. Today, The Academy comprises of over 100 teaching studios and lecture rooms, several large concert rooms, the 120-seat David Josefowitz Recital Hall, the recently modernized Sir Jack Lyons Theatre, the 400 seat Duke’s Hall, electronic and recording studios, a new Creative Technology Suite and a well-equipped library.
It is no mystery that an institution of such caliber worked with the best team of designers, architects and engineers from all fields to become for all its visitors such a stunning piece of art. Mosaic Marble is proud to be part of the skilled team assigned to work on this grandiose project.
Selected amongst many to decorate The Academy’s premises with mosaic, Mosaic Marble did not hesitate to put its magic touch on the floorings of the building to transform it into a work of creative perfection. Remodeling all the floors with plain mosaics, fan design mosaics and mosaic borders, Mosaic Marble did what it knows to do best, animating the spaces of the institution with a unique and elegant flair of art.