Lighting Design

Our low energy lighting strategies seamlessly integrate natural light and artificial lighting to deliver beautifully lit, visually pleasing environments.

We understand that designing great lighting means addressing both the technical and the human needs of the project. Our designs aim to be energy efficient, accurate and easy to live with as well as interesting, beautiful and inspiring. 

 

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    Tone matched artificial lights in the turret augment the daylight distributed in the spaces below at Friends House
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    Careful analysis made sure light levels worked from all angles and eliminated distracting glare when the water was disturbed during play at London’s Olympic Water Polo Arena
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    Bespoke light fittings provide characterful illumination in the historic spaces of Tate Britain, with each fitting specially designed and hand made
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    Using play between light and dark emphasizes the rich textures and materials at Bristol's Old Vic, creating an inviting atmosphere
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    A palette of new and carefully restored historic fittings celebrate the Grade I listed interior of the Harrogate Royal Hall
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    Light testing reveals how materials respond to light, which is critical in the display of art as seen in this London artist’s studio

Lighting Design