Lighting Design International 2019
Posted by Lighting Design International on 15 Jan 2020
In 2019, Lighting Design International had the good fortune to be involved in many new projects. We also had the valuable experience of seeing some of them through to completion.
In the course of our design work, we visited many countries around the globe participating in design meetings, site visits, awards and major lighting events such as the PLDC in Rotterdam, Light Asia in Shanghai and the Monaco Yacht Show.
We have chosen some of our highlights from last year that particularly stood out for us. We are all looking forward to another exciting year ahead!
At the IALD Awards, the Kimpton Fitzroy London won the highest honour of the night. Ben Ferris, Senior Designer, travelled to Philadelphia to collect the prestigious prize.
Image by Gavriil Papadiotis
The Four Seasons Astir Palace hotel in Athens was completed in April after a complete overhaul and renovation. Lighting Design International were appointed to design both the exterior and interior lighting for the two renovated hotels: Arion and Nafsika.
Images by Gavriil Papadiotis
Our Associate, Graham Rollins, travelled to Shanghai with KKDC to attend Light Asia 2019. Graham was involved with the presentation on the value a lighting designer can bring to your project as well as leading a team of students to create a stunning and unique lighting installation.
Lighting Design International worked closely with the Interior Designers, Suzy Hoodless and Architects, D-Raw on the Allbright Private Members Club in the heart of Mayfair.
A truly stunning and fun project that we had the pleasure working on!
Image by Taran Wilkhu
Hotel Café Royal is an iconic landmark in the heart of London's social scene.
Working with Lissoni Assocati, the team created a lighting scheme to complement the stunning interiors of the hotel.
Image from Hotel Cafe Royal
Our designers were involved in the Darc Room at the London Design Festival. Ruxandra Dascalu and Agata Tyburksa, presented their ideas on Quality of Daylight & Effects while Sandra Brookes took part in the group discussion on Women in Lighting.