Collaborators

Ciguë

Architects

French architectural design studio Ciguëmade their debut with The Royal Ballet in 2015, designing the first movement, 'I Now, I Then', of Wayne McGregor's Woolf Works.

John Pawson

Architect

Renowned British architect John Pawsonprovided the stark, minimalist designs for Wayne McGregor's Chroma, created in 2006 for The Royal Ballet. In their second collaboration, Pawson created the triptych stage design for McGregor's ballet L'Anatomie de la Sensation (Pour Francis Bacon), choreographed on the Paris Opera Ballet in 2011.

We Not I

Architects

Pioneering architectural practice We Not I made their debut at The Royal Ballet in 2015, creating the set for Act II of Wayne McGregor's Woolf Works, 'Becomings'. In 2017, We Not I led the design of Studio Wayne McGregorat Here East on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.