Photo: Andrew Whittuck


Sofie Layton’s work is predominantly three-dimensional and often sculptural. Much of her work is site-specific and designed to transform both the perception of a space and how an audience reacts to a piece of temporary art that occupies a familiar place. She works in both interior spaces and exterior interventions.

Often collaborating with other artists, performers and composers to create an experience that is immersive, enchanting and beautiful.

Temple of Imagination, Kew Gardens, London
Tower of Tales, Tower of London
Dainty Dish, Tower of London
Reality Estate, Five-ways Underpass, Birmingham
Common or Garden (Bittersweet), Five Village Greens, Essex
Deckchairs, Tower of London
Privy Kitchen Banners, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey