Well lit space that will get you over your January blues
From modern, interactive, coloured and neon lights to classic chandeliers and gorgeous wall mounts, we shine our very own spotlight on the Built-ID members that have prepared for darker days and to help with beating those January blues.
Tower 42, City of London, London
Light Bureau designed the interior lighting for the entrance atrium of Tower 42, which provides intimate areas of focus during the day and striking nighttime identity. Subtle colour changing LED luminaires are integrated into the walls of the voluminous space, whilst light features are suspended from the high ceilings.
Riverside Studio’s, Hammersmith, London
Flanagan Lawrence helped redesign the 1950’s Riverside Studios, which hosts top international art performances. With its unique ‘black box’ style stage, the sporadic warm lighting provides an atmospheric space that drives excitement and wonders for the upcoming entertainment.
Office, City of London, London
Created by Nulty+, the company’s lighting director Phil Copland created an interactive lighting display that greets clients/visitors as soon as they exit the lifts. A dazzling display of colour fills the corridor as you move towards the reception, here you are met by a motion-sensor led tunnel transitioning between black and the bold colour blocks of the company’s logo. We love that it reflects the bright and colourful identity of the brand and brightens up even the gloomiest of Winter days.
Central Saint Martins, Kings Cross, London
Stanton Williams along with Colorminium and Speirs + Major created Central Saint Martins new campus. The campus is set within a Victorian granary and two former transit sheds in Kings Cross. The lighting supports the juxtaposition of the old against the new, responding to both the Grade II listed Granary Building and the modern alterations.
The River Building, City of London, London
Veretec worked as the executive architect on The River Building upgrading the southern building elevation with new glazing to allow more natural light, in addition to a significant overhaul to the existing entrance on Cousin Lane. Strip lighting has been used throughout the newly refurbished lobby to accentuate the buildings arches.