Lighting Design

Hedonism Wines

Speirs + Major

13 Jun 2013

A new concept in fine wine retailing, Hedonism Wines in Mayfair is a sophisticated wine boutique anticipated to become a key destination for wine enthusiasts and collectors from across the globe. Light is used to reveal the character and identity of the store in both a functional and decorative way. An analysis of the boutique’s location showed a high volume of passers-by after the store

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La Cave

Lichtkompetenz

12 Jun 2013

Just before Christmas 2012, La Grande Epicerie de Paris opened its new Wine cellar "La Cave". The 550 sq m space in the basement of Le Bon Marché - Paris' most traditional and very first shopping centre - links 3000 carefully selected wines with a new restaurant and the new male fashion area "Balthazar". The prestigious 200,000 bottle wine, spirit and champagne selection is presented in a

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BMW Paris

Mindseye Lighting

12 Jun 2013

Having worked with many of the established lighting design community Eric Carlson of Carbondale (Luxury Retail Design Specialists) decided this project needed a fresh integrated and highly creative approach. Above all he was looking for "creativity, capability and communication". He found that in Mindseye. Following a recommendation, Carbondale approached Mindseye with a view to develop the

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RSA

Mindseye Lighting

12 Jun 2013

This Grade 1 listed building was originally designed by Robert and John Adam in 1774 and has been through many transformations over the years, some of which have sadly diminished much of its original splendour.  Mindseye were invited by Matthew Lloyd Architects to provide a lighting scheme that supported the architects vision to produce a state of the art facility whilst remaining true to

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HafenCity University Subway Station

Pfarré Lighting Design

11 Jun 2013

The subterranean project in Hamburg, Germany is a result of a synthesis of the exterior's materials, textures, lights and characteristics. The design of Hamburg's Hafencity-University subway station reacts in an associative manner with local identities manifest in the harbour city: it responds to the iridescent colours of the brick facades which change with the seasons and the changing daylight,

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