Villiers Row

Spectral previewed the new Dome suspended and floor standing luminaire at the Surface Design Show and it caught the eye of entrepreneur Manoj Bharwani who liked the discreet integration of the indirect light, the integration of the power supply within the fitting body (requiring no external box to hide) and the glass panel to the underside offering a comfortable yet excellent direct light for co workers using the spaces. He wanted a “high end looking” luminaire for his new office space in north London and placed quality of the lighting as a priority. Spectral developed the spaces by defining the task areas and ensuring they were lit well. Up lighting provided lower contrast and a feeling of depth to the work areas.

We also considered the vertical surfaces such as the textures of the original brickwork and ensured the overall ambience was of a comfortable yet vibrant place to work. Other fittings from the Spectral range included IRIS L to create a social hub area.

Recent Spectral Projects

The Rowe Central House

HALO Bristol

The Bindery

Chivas Brothers Bottling Facility

John Robertson Architects

Products Used

Dome

Dome

The Dome pendant and floor lamp series was developed in partnership with the architectural office Blocher partners from Stuttgart.

Spectral Projects

Lord’s Cricket Ground

Lord’s Cricket Ground

Burrell Foley Fischer were the architects to the Contractor, Knight Harwood, for the refurbishment of the ...
Peter Brett Associates LLP

Peter Brett Associates LLP

The café and communal areas at Peter Brett Associates (PBA) Reading headquarters have recently undergone an ...
EDF Energy, London Eye

EDF Energy, London Eye

Form and function are perfectly combined in a brand new installation of IRIS luminaires from Spectral. The newly ...
The Grafton, Cambridge

The Grafton, Cambridge

RIDI Group and Intoheat  came up with a lighting solution using products from the extensive RIDI Group portfolio ...
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