If you’re a regular at wallacespace you’ll know each of our buildings has its own theme. Wallacespace Covent Garden has spaces named after years of significance, which are predominantly music related.
We have covered one of the walls in posters, largely displaying the Woodstock Music and Art Fair but also including other events from the year. You’ll find The Beatles’ last performance on the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters, the first test flight of The Concorde jetliner, Sir Wally Herbert becoming the first man to cross the frozen surface of the Arctic Ocean, the Stonewall Riots and more.
Over the top of this are colourful stickers and three vinyls from the year (Let it Bleed, Abbey Road and Space Oddity) which are designed to read ‘1969’.
If you look out the window onto our lightwell you’ll be transported to the moon with the Apollo 11 landing. This features Buzz Aldrin, as photographed by Neil Armstrong, alongside Armstrong’s footprint which will remain on the moon for a million years.
Make sure you check it out next time you’re in our Covent Garden building. See how many iconic moments you can name over a post-meeting brew with the team.