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‘Weston Park Foundation 30 years on: Rediscovering a Collection’
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Harry Triggs and Andrew Molyneux met at university, studying industrial design. Triggs went on to be a lighting consultant and Andrew a product designer but in 2012 they combined forces to launch TM Lighting, helping clients to create the perfect lighting conditions for works of art.
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.
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Weston Park 30 years on: Rediscovering a collection, TM Lighting in association with Country Life
TM Lighting, British designer and maker of a new generation of LED products was commissioned by The Weston Park Foundation to transform the house’s world-class art collection with its pioneering lighting technology. TM Lighting worked with a collaborative team of specialists to carry out the brief from Gareth Williams, Curator & Head of Learning to the Weston Park Foundation to conserve the house and display its contents, in order to significantly enhance the experience for visitors to Weston. Alongside TM Lighting, experts included conservators the Hamilton Kerr Institute and renowned interior design and decoration firm Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler. The project is a remarkable example of how a team of experts in their respective fields can reimagine a historic space, whilst seamlessly integrating cutting-edge technology to benefit visitors to the stately home.
Harry Triggs and Andrew Molyneux, Co-Founders, TM Lighting
John Goodall, Architectural Editor, Country Life Magazine
Gareth Williams, Curator and Head of Learning to The Weston Park Foundation
Janie Money, Associate Director, Sybil Colefax & John Fowler
Norman Hudson OBE, Country Houses Association
William Montgomery, President of The Weston Park Foundation