Amy Preston is an independent Art Director and Head of Design at Frieze Art Fair, working for clients across the arts and culture sector for including White Cube, Somerset House and the British Fashion Council.

Beginning Thursday 5th October in London, this year’s Frieze Masters celebrates more than 160 of the world’s leading galleries, and features a campaign directed by Preston in partnership with important cultural institutions of the striking design and beautiful floors from around the capital. Here she shows us her 5 choice pieces from what she found.

 Sketch Gallery by Martin Creed 'Work no.1347'.

An amazing zig zag design made up of 96 different types of marble.

ICA, designed by Jennie Moncur.

A beautiful optical illusion is created by Jennie Moncur's linoleum floor at the ICA. Initially commissioned in celebration of the ICA's 40th Anniversary in 1987.

Studio Wayne McGregor, by Anni Albers, We Not I and Wayne McGregor with kind permission from The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Camino Real.

Commissioned for the new studio space in the Olympic park it features a design based on the Bauhaus work of Anni Albers.

Tate Britain, designed by Caruso St John.

A wonderful scalloped design on the spiral staircase at Tate Britain.

Royal College of Art, designed by Christopher Tipping in 1987.

This geometric design at the entrance of the RCA was designed by a ceramics and glass student.