Selfridges International Service Lounge Lighting Scheme by Illuminationworks, London – UK

March 1st, 2016 by retail design blog

Illuminationworks creates the lighting design that support the merging of hospitality and retail functions in the heart of Selfridges, an iconic London department store and eases the fit of modern amenities within period features. Working closely with architects, Waldo Works, the project provides comfort and luxury to foreign customers seeking tax refunds, a major source of growth for the store.

Wayfinding is a key element of the lighting scheme, which is used to efficiently move visitors through tax, where transactions are carried out between individuals rarely speaking the same language. Energy efficiency and ability to change mood throughout the day are essential and met with the design.

Designed by Chad Rains, Justyna Staniewska / Illuminationworks Ltd
Photography by Ruy Teixeira

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