TM Lighting supplied their high colour rendition ZeroSixty LED accent lights to M&L galley to light the beautiful rolling art exhibitions at their Bond St gallery.
TM Lighting collaborated with lighting designers SEAM Design, to provide specialist LED accent lights to illuminate the Ogham Wall installation created by Grafton Architects, displayed at Victoria & Albert Museum for London Design Festival in 2015. Read more
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TM Lighting worked with Benjamin Hubert of Layer Design to create this hypnotic lighting installation for the V&A Tapestry Room for London Design Festival, 2016. Layer Design utilised the ZEROSIXTY accent light with an angled snoot accessory to deliver this outstanding and captivating art installation. Read more
TM Lighting collaborated with Studio Ilse and Ben Thompson of BWT London to design twin surface mounted ZeroSixty accent lights to illuminate the clients stunning art collection in their residence in Stockholm
TM Lighting were commissioned to supply new LED picture lights for Waddesdon Manor. Their unique high CRI LED picture lights have transformed the Rothschild collection and brought new life to the rooms.
Each room had it’s own unique challenges, from silk wallpapers to custom mounting brackets to fit existing joinery locations.
If you would like to visit Waddesdon Manor, please visit their website for more details.
Museum Exhibition Gallery Services (MEGS) utilise the TM Lighting ZeroTen high colour rendition 95+ CRI LED accent light to illuminate the combined collection of David Walsh, founder of the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Tasmania. The gallery curator Jean-Hubert Martin has also delved into David Walsh’s own collection, as well as that of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) – (http://megslighting.com/)