The Wigmore on Regent Street embraces London’s timeless pub styles.
A plush design for the Langham’s six bedroom private suite that would indulge even the most elite traveller.
The Grove’s newly extended Glasshouse Restaurant & Bar presents a ‘multi-cuisine’ dining experience and relaxed bar and garden terrace.
We focused on light being used for creating focus and ambience as well as countdown and building pre match excitement.
Lighting Design Concepts for one of the oldest 5 Star hotels in Switzerland.
Embracing the hotel’s relaxed and friendly ethos, a scheme inspired by the architecture with a nod to its thirties roots and embracing the enviable art collection.
A colourful design for the ‘Experience Floor’ in the Bloom Hotel for a large multi-purpose conference space, presentation rooms, meeting rooms and relaxed breakout spaces.
Lighting for Bonhams Auction House exhibition rooms with a façade scheme designed to lift their presence from Knightsbridge after dark.
Lighting concepts for 40 refitted bedrooms in the Swiss ski resort chalet hotel in Zermatt.
A funky playful university campus style meeting venue in the Hyatt Regency Hotel at Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris.
Lighting to complement and enhance the existing chic interior.
Heritage lighting for the restoration of ‘Wales finest Georgian house’ opened up to the general public with a genealogy exhibition, function rooms, a café restaurant and small retail outlet.
Warm tones, diffuse light, soft pendants that subtly vary in colour create a relaxing uplifting space. Gentle changes in mood and atmosphere are evoked by the setting of a neon sun installation.
Lighting for a sweet inspired visitor attraction telling the story of York’s important sweet manufacturing history.
Lighting dedicated to the display and enjoyment of over 3,300 bottles of rare vintage collectable single malt and blend whiskeys.
A bespoke development overlooking Trafalgar Square of four luxury contemporary apartments for BMB developments.
Conceived as a temporary installation overlooking the Thames next to London’s iconic South Bank Centre this low-cost build project became more permanent and one of Wahaca’s most successful sites.
With inspiration from a trip to Sao Paulo the design of this restaurant celebrates Brazil’s rich character making extensive use of found and recycled materials to create vibrant dining experience.
We explored in depth the opportunities provided by the simple GLS lamp; a beautifully minimalist light source that creates warm hues and filament glows.
Integral to the image of Sophie’s Steakhouse the GLS lamp is used as a symbol of the restaurant’s simple honest approach to food. This restaurant also features a fibreoptic installation carefully arranged through the restaurant and an internally lit decorative GLS showcase.
Working with Softroom’s architectural approach using materials and textures to divide spaces rooms are lit to enhance the restaurant and create a visual impact from the street.
In this project, we aimed to create a sequential lighting experience, incorporating the correct ambience for each stage of the performance.
Working with Softroom’s highly textual design we experimented lighting discarded bottles and repurposed market palettes and developed a cable light inspired by Picasso’s light drawings.
Inheriting Le Pain Quotidien’s existing lighting scheme we developed a new lighting approach which grew out of the chains’ homely and wholesome ethos.
A project where lit elements include an impressive back lit yellow puzzle wall, signage lighting that focuses on walls and artwork and jewellery-esk chains with integrated LEDs to light tables and seating.
A fun but challenging basement restaurant with no natural light.
A lighting approach where dining zones were lit using techniques we’d normally suggest for the rooms of a chic house – the dining room, sitting room and kitchen etc.
In the Gallery 5 Café we wanted to use lighting to encourage the continuation of wonder in a more amiable and intimate atmosphere.
A relaxed, vibrant Brazilian barbecue restaurant where the food is cooked in a theatre kitchen, glowing kites fly around the space and coils of white and amber festoons suggest a warm laidback ambiance.
Defined by pieces of art by French string artist Sebastien Preschoux, walls made up with recycled railway sleepers and miles of yellow rope, the lighting design was fundamental to control the atmosphere and bring the space to life.
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