Kettle's Yard

Light, objects, materials and a extrange sense of peace and beuty fills this specail place. Am inspiring space where to enjoy every single moment. 

     ︎ It was a fresh spring morning in Cambridge, The light of the morning tried to find the little spaces to visit the house wirh us, and obviusly, everyone inside the house at that moment, including the curated objects, wellcomed it. 

It is difficult to describe the feelings of experiencing kettles Yard. I had heard a lot about this place, and I was a bit worried to be dissapointed after the visit. but, everyone was right, the hosue had an specia energy that it is difficult to forget.

History of kettles Yard....

Design, comminity, art, and reflexions. it is a 

"The role of art is to give food for thought, to act as a stimulant, to entice the onlooker to inspect things, people, emotions, from a new point of view" - Jim Ede.

Jim Ede was a writer, curator and 'friend to artists' who created @kettlesyard with his wife Helen Ede, an art teacher.

Currently, Kettle’s Yard is the University of Cambridge’s modern and contemporary art gallery. Kettle’s Yard is a beautiful House with a remarkable collection of modern art and a gallery that hosts modern and contemporary art exhibitions.

These beautiful photos of Kettle's Yard were taken by a recent visitor, @nachoriveraphotography 🪴

“I was recommended to visit Kettle's Yard many times, by many different people since I moved to London almost seven years ago. Every single person encouraged me to visit and feel its magical atmosphere. They all were right. I was impressed by the sense of calm and care in every corner of the space. Photographing it was a very inspiring experience."

We love how Nacho has captured the space, with all its details and textures. See more of Nacho's work through his website: