Lighting Design

The Carmelite Chapel of Montreal

Eclairage Public

11 Sep 2014

Montreal's Carmelite Chapel made its home somewhat out of the way of the city's core in 1875. Its solemn architecture reflects the medieval roots of the Carmel tradition, save for some of the chapel's neo-gothic details. Éclairage Public work revolved around the renovation of the plastered walls and the ceiling's marouflage panels. Because Carmelites devote so much time to silence and

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‘The Pour’

Design Haus Liberty

02 Sep 2014

Light sculptures are made to increase the visual appeal of a space, to define its luminous character - qualities that make people stop and admire them. This is definitely the case for the Raindrop chandelier known as ‘The Pour', a modern light sculpture meant to illuminate and beautify its selected spot in Tribeca, New York City.  Lisa Hinderdael and Dara Huang of Design

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Stephen Street Kitchen

.PSLAB

01 Sep 2014

For the British Film Institute's new restaurant and lounge, Stephen Street Kitchen, designed in collaboration with Benugo and built by Softroom, .PSLAB sought to craft a lighting experience tantamount to the BFI's legacy. The elegant, white-and-brass insertions, custom-designed and fabricated by .PSLAB, evoke the essential origins of cinema: the play of light and space. In concert with the

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Chotto Matte

.PSLAB

22 Aug 2014

Fusing Japanese and Peruvian food and culture, Chotto Matte brings modern Tokyo underground to a 1960s residential building in Soho. The brainchild of Kurt Zdesar and designed by Andy Martin Architects, the energy of underground Tokyo is communicated through a mix of eclectic collaborators without resorting to stereotypical visual references.  .PSLAB was chosen to create the lighting

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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Office for Visual Interaction, Inc.

21 Aug 2014

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is strategically located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg, conceived of as a centre for learning about human justice and liberty. The architectural form is inspired by universal themes, local culture, and the Canadian landscape. Roots, dove wings, ice shards and clouds find their form in architectural elements enriched by light. A succession of spaces and

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