I am Hammersmith

3 Shortlands, Romulus | 2019

A new public art commission by Helen Marshall, that engaged the community of Hammersmith at Romulus 3 Shortlands, a prominent office building located on Hammersmith Road in the heart of Hammersmith’s Town Centre.

The artwork celebrates the area, all who live there today, and its rich history. The artwork will be a centrepiece in the cafe reception area and feature people and places from Hammersmith and the surrounding area. 

The artwork is part of a new 7,000 sqft open plan reception/event/café area and is open to the public. The intent of this space is to create a vibrant area at the heart of the building where occupiers and residents can sit, have a coffee, relax and attend community and business events.

The final artwork features local faces and stories from the present from all walks of life.

Overview of Romulus

Romulus is based in the borough and is a large landlord for office space, co-working, retail, hotel and leisure space in Hammersmith & Fulham and beyond. We have a long history of commissioning art in our buildings and surrounding streets of Hammersmith & Fulham by artists that include David Mach, Bill Woodrow and Phillip King.

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About United in Hammersmith & Fulham (UNITED)
United in Hammersmith & Fulham is a charity that enables activities which bring people, communities and neighbourhoods together to improve people’s lives. Its supports others to build stronger and more inclusive neighbourhoods and communities in the borough, linking those with time, money and skills with those in need.

About Humans of Hammersmith & Fulham
Humans of Hammersmith and Fulham offer glimpses into the lives of strangers who are neighbours in many ways, and invites others to get to know the borough through its people, taking away prejudice and inspiring discussion and sharing. It is a collaboration between Nahwand Jaff and Savraj Kaur, for United in Hammersmith & Fulham, cataloguing the incredibly diverse population, through a series of photographs and interviews.

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