New artwork at Cadbury's £30 million new office development in Bournville will be created after liaison between four shortlisted artists working in the region and company employees.
Four individuals beat off stiff competition from some of the region's best artists to represent the past, present and future development of Bournville.
Work on the new pieces will begin immediately, ready to be unveiled at the opening of the newly refurbished office space later this year, accommodating more than 500 staff at Bournville.
Jo Naden will create a bronze sculpture based on the form of a cocoa seed pod, drawing on the rich history of the plant as a 'food of the gods'.
Eryka Issak's large scale glass sculpture will quite literally 'flow' down one of the building's pure white walls, using overlapping 3D curved glass to give the sense that the work is a flowing stream of Dairy Milk chocolate.
Chris Keenan's photographic set, Purple Interventions, will use the trademark Cadbury purple coloured props such as balloons, traffic cones, lights, flags and painted blocks to create surreal and playful images of Bournville landscapes and street scenes.
Matthew Robinson will produce a large scale digital print, bringing together new photographs and melding them with a variety of archived sketches and digital pieces.
All four artists will consult with Cadbury employees through a series of workshops, in order to produce a series of inclusive pieces that represent the staff who will work alongside the art work each day.