Posts Tagged ‘lighting elements’

Hotel Dombóvár by Csiszér Design, Dombóvár – Hungary

January 23rd, 2017

The long bar along the side ends up in a reception area. A separate dining room was shaped up with exclusive wallpaper design and lighting elements. Regarding the colours and tones dark flooring and light pastel were designed. The ceiling got an interesting pattern round with built-in LED solution.

Chumbak Store V.2.0 by 4D, Bangalore – India

September 14th, 2016

Virgin Active lighting by Hoare Lea Lighting, London – UK

May 11th, 2016

With a brief to adopt a fresh, integrated architectural approach, the scheme forms an important part of the visitor experience and throughout the Club lighting details complement the high-end interior design and finishes.

Linen Club Store by JGA & FRDC, Bangalore – India

August 28th, 2015



Linen Club: art of fabrics retailing

BBDO Indonesia Offices by Delution Architect, Jakarta – Indonesia

June 14th, 2015



Delution Architect has designed a new office of global ad agency BBDO located in Jakarta, Indonesia BDDO is an agency engaged in the field of large-scale Global advertising based in New York.

PUBLIQUE Bistro by Robert Kolenik, The Hague – The Netherlands

March 18th, 2015

PUBLIQUE Bistro by Robert Kolenik, The Hague – The Netherlands

Apetit restaurant by Studio Kalamar, Ljubljana – Slovenia

December 13th, 2012

We developed a concept of a series of smaller ambients – guests mentally connect their size to a more intimate restaurant ambient where they like to linger. Ambients differ in colour tonality, lightness and light source type.

Sparks modular lighting system by Daniel Becker

June 14th, 2011

Sparks is a modular lighting system which consists of three different modules with the ability to be arranged in various configurations to form a three-dimensional structure. Every module can be rotated freely in 360° which makes the whole system easily adaptable to every possible architectural situation. The lighting elements are based on low-energy LED technology.