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Howden Family Collection at Hyperion London

Howden Family Collection at Hyperion London Howden Family Collection at Hyperion London Howden Family Collection at Hyperion London Howden Family Collection at Hyperion London Howden Family Collection at Hyperion London

On 06, Dec 2019 | In | By admin

TM Lighting provided specialist art lighting for the corporate collection featuring works from the Howden Family Collection, displayed at Hyperion’s offices in London. We selected our discreet TM ZeroFifty ArtPoint accent art lighting which has been carefully installed to work harmoniously with additional decorative and existing ambient lighting in this sophisticated corporate space. The TM ZeroFifty accent lighting provides 96+high CRI LED for true colour accuracy to beautifully light both smaller and large-scale contemporary artworks whilst avoiding any visual distraction to the decorative lighting features and sophisticated interior scheme.

In a contemporary environment, where a track and spotlight system may not be suitable, we have developed the discreet and flexible TM Lighting ArtPoint mounting system, a low voltage power node that is installed into the ceiling, ideal for residential settings. Designed to negate the use of track systems which can be visually obtrusive in the domestic setting, the TM ArtPoint provides the utmost flexibility to change or rotate the art collection with ease. 
The TM ZeroForty (shown) is a superior accent light fitting incorporating 96+ high CRI LED, that seamlessly plugs into the TM ArtPoint mounting system. -Any sized TM accent light fitting can be used in the TM ArtPoint, offering excellent range and flexibility.
 Fittings can also be removed and the aperture replaced with a blanking plate, providing a seamless, flush finish.

Project: Howden Collection at Hyperion, One Creechurch Place. Photography: Andrew Beasley. For information about artworks shown, please contact JGM Gallery

Images: 1. Ralph Anderson, Tyronic Landscape, 2017, Acrylic on Aluminium, 200 x 200cm. 2. Large Scale map of London. 3. Ralph Anderson. 4. Painting by Lily Hargraves. 5.