heathfield co produces range of bespoke lighting installations
 
heathfield co produces range of bespoke lighting installations heathfield co produces range of bespoke lighting installations
apr 28, 2014

heathfield co produces range of bespoke lighting installations

heathfield co produces range of bespoke lighting installations
all images courtesy of heathfield & co

 

 

 

creative lighting designers, heathfield & co has unveiled a range of bespoke light installations that seek to challenge and enhance hotel lobbies, receptions, staircases, atriums and restaurants. the designs are developed as sculptural focal points for specific areas within large interior spaces. wanting to achieve a maximum impact within the environments they occupy, the pieces have the ability to transform existing settings through their use of material, shape and form.

 

‘I experimented with material combinations in the designs as heathfield & co have a lot of capabilities in glass, metal, and ceramics. you have to think a lot about how they transmit, reflect and colour light, but this also allows you to play.’ says chris fox of heathfield & co.

 

 

heathfield co produces bespoke lighting installations
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heathfield co produces bespoke lighting installations
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heathfield co produces bespoke lighting installations
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heathfield co produces bespoke lighting installations
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heathfield co produces bespoke lighting installations
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heathfield co produces bespoke lighting installations
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  • It’s great to see such innovative lighting design being used. It’s not only a science, but a work of art.

    Light Logic says:

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