Mark Pimlott’s discrete interventions are intended to reveal the essential characteristics of places.

Occasionally, these projects are made in collaboration with other architects. Among them are projects for Place Jacques-Cartier, Montréal 1990, with Tony Fretton; Barons Court, London, 1990, with Peter St John; Bridge-pavilion, London 1996, with Dan Graham and Jane Wernick;

A higher place, London 1997; Hamilton Square, Birkenhead 1997 and A passage, London 1999 with Sergison Bates; Coronation Court, Liverpool, 2002 and Friezes, tympani and ædicuæ, The Hague 2007, both with biq architecten. Mark Pimlott is currently working with East architects on the public realm in Rainham village, Essex, England.

The majority of Mark Pimlott’s commissions for art in the public realm have been awarded as the result of invited competitions. Among these are Guinguette, Birmingham, 2000, commissioned by The Mailbox, Birmingham through PACA; La scala, Aberystwyth, 2003, commissioned by the estate of Mollie Winterburn and Nora Gibbs, the Aberystwyth Arts Centre through modus operandi, London (read Ellis Woodman’s article); and World, London, completed November 2010, commissioned by the British Broadcasting Corporation, through modus operandi. To other places and Volgograd, Coventry 1999 are unrealised commissions of this kind.

La scala Aberystwyth, 2003