All Projects

IRIS

.PSLAB

20 Jul 2011

In 2011, legendary open-air Beirut club White was  re-branded and renovated, and the iconic original location reinvented as cocktail bar and restaurant Iris. The owners invited .PSLAB to create custom lighting products for the famous rooftop in central Beirut. In few months, .PSLAB's product design team created a strong set of interventions that have given the space a distinctive new

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THE GRONINGER MUSEUM, MENDINI RESTAURANT

Studio Maarten Baas

20 Jul 2011

For the very diverse and large group of guests at The Groninger Museum's restaurant ‘Mendini', Maarten Baas developed an interior that functions as a café during daytime and that changes into an Italian ‘a la carte' restaurant or is used for private parties in the evening. The interior is largely based on Maarten Baas' concept Clay furniture; the chairs and lights have al been

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REORDER EXHIBIT

Situ Studio

18 Jul 2011

The Brooklyn Museum is a lasting landmark in the New York area that brings more than 450,000 visitors annually to see its acclaimed artistic temporary exhibitions and permanent collections. The Great Hall of the museum, located on the first floor, is a 10,000 square foot room filled with 16 giant columns. The hall which is positioned between the café, museum book store and other

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WAN INTERIORS + DESIGN LIGHTING AWARDS

Editorial

14 Jul 2011

We are delighted to announce that the winners of the 2011 Lighting Award have been announced! The accomplished jury included Mark Major, Director at Speirs + Major, Tord Boontje and Jane Pavitt both from the Royal College of Art, David Atkinson, Creative Director of DALD and Lighting Designer of the Year 2011, Florence Lam, Director, Arup and Martyn Roberts, Business Development Manager,

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ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE

Purcell Miller Tritton

14 Jul 2011

Royal Courts of Justice: The Black Lift Brief In April 2007, Purcell Miller Tritton was commissioned by Her Majesty’s Court Service to provide historic building and design advice for all listed court buildings. These include the Grade I listed Royal Courts of Justice, a 19th Century courthouse that still accommodates the Court of Appeal and the High Court. As part of the work within

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