Functional design brings simplicity to fashion house

Functional design brings simplicity to fashion house

The interior lighting of Corcel Concept Store & Café was redesigned in a modern style by the brillinat minds of Fagerhult and T.Zed Architects. The functional, minimalist design suits the purpose perfectly and doesn't draw any attention away from the store itself - exactly as requested.

Simple, but sophisticated: lighting the workplace

Simple, but sophisticated: lighting the workplace

TEMA is founded as an organization to take attention against erosion and desertification in Turkey in 1992. Since 1992 they are still working with same motto ‘’Soil is the life’’. They moved to their new head office in Istanbul/Şişli in 2016.
The architectural design aimed to create uncrowded, simple and spacious areas for long working hours. The lighting design also needed to follow these principles. According to the simplicity of the open office design, lighting design kept the simplicity with a pendant linear lighting system which also emphasises office’s main character.

Amun Capital

Amun Capital

Amun Capital is an international private investment firm. In the UAE, the company has decided to place its office in Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi, right next to the beating heart of the city. 370 m2 of exposed structural elements that lie beneath the ceiling are turned into showpieces by the lighting. Undeniably, the raw, unfinished industrial style has become the governing inspiration for this project.

Rich and luxurious character lighting

Rich and luxurious character lighting

Noir was an exuberant and vivacious project which inspired the team from Light Touch PLD to unleash their creativity and achieve the rich and luxurious character. The concept was to create ambience in the bar whilst complimenting the interior designers aspirations to accentuate eclectic artwork and unique sculptures.

Cities are getting smarter, now meet the first smart slums

Cities are getting smarter, now meet the first smart slums

The rise of smart cities is no secret. Major population centres all around the globe are adopting smart city technology as part of an effort to get our municipalities to run in a more organised fashion. What is quite surprising is that this task is not only the preserve of rich Western cities like San Francisco or New York, smart thinking is also being adopted in some of the poorer areas of some of the poorest cities in the world, for example in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro and the slums of Nairobi.

Lights caring for The Green Planet

Lights caring for The Green Planet

The Green Planet is an exhibition in Dubai which is a beautiful tourist attraction. It is lit in a gentle way, and successfuly avoids harming the plants and animals it holds.

Intimate and dramatic lighting for the elemental world

Intimate and dramatic lighting for the elemental world

Ramusake, at the Hilton Doubletree, is the first appearance of the exciting London brand in Dubai, courtesy of the Mahiki Group. Located at a prime location in JBR, the restaurant’s expansive terrace offers incredible views over the Bluewater Island Development, and the soon to be completed observation wheel, the Ain Dubai. Offering a specialized menu of Japanese classics, with a refreshingly modern twist, the restaurant captures the ‘Isakaya' dining concept perfectly.

Immersive and imaginative lighting at National Museum

Immersive and imaginative lighting at National Museum

The lighting in the National Museum of the Sultanate of Oman has been carried out by Sutton Vane Associates. This system is immersive and gradually leads the guest through the building and allows them to adjust.

Unique and stylish setup at Tamba

Unique and stylish setup at Tamba

Tamba restaurant in Abu Dhabi has been lit up with an innovative and stylish new design by PDA. The lighting caters specifically to the needs of the area, and allows for the changes in natural daylight entering the space.

Great streetlight switch-off leaves 999 crews in the dark

Great streetlight switch-off leaves 999 crews in the dark

Ambulance crews are finding it more and more difficult to find the homes of 999 callers, as local authorties around the country opt to turn off street lights in order to save money. But, in an an emergency, seconds count and some say the great switch-off is putting lives at risk.