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On 14, Nov 2016 | In Project | By ADMIN
TM Lighting designed a bespoke picture light to fit with the aesthetic of the existing picture lights used throughout the house.
This enabled Goodwood to phase in the lights into the house room by room; and so the TM Goodwood Picture Light was born.
The product was custom finished to match the existing picture lights. The TM Goodwood picture light maintains all of the features of our existing picture light range including high CRI, great glare control, adjustable light levels and lockable louvers and orientation.
To find out more about Goodwood House, please visit their website.
On 14, Nov 2016 | In Project | By ADMIN
The Bow Room
Burghley House is renowned for its floor to ceiling murals and is one of the most unique houses in England for this reason. The Bow Room sits on the north side of the house, and on a dull day it is almost impossible to see any of the detail in the room. Lighting the room has always been a challenge as there is no where to attach lighting to the ceiling and only one place to attach lighting to the walls at one end of the room. The TM team were challenged to create more drama for a greater viewing experience. When lighting murals of this scale, with so many details, the question is should it all be lit, or just key scenes were depicted. Some tests were conducted with Orlando and Miranda, and the decision was made to light the space as if it were a piece of architecture. The columns in the space were up lit and and the allegorical scenes were enhanced. To achieve this we custom adapted the zerosixty Spotlight to be floor mounted, we made a custom mounting plate for 4 spotlights to be affixed to – this plate was then attached to the wall using the existing holes in the wall. 3 zero sixty spotlights were then mounted to each of the candelabra.
The Billiards Room
Following on from the success with the Bow Room, TM lighting were invited to review the lighting within the Billiards Room, next door. The room required a minimally intrusive lighting scheme to accent the unlit works of art on the paneled walls. Custom brackets were manufactured to mount the TM Classic Picture Lights to the panels. They were then custom paint finished to seamlessly blend into the paneling. On the lowere register the TM Solo Picture Light was used to perfectly compliment the oval paintings again minimising the visual intrusion to the artworks.
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 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 were commisioned 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.
On 16, Dec 2015 | In Project | By ADMIN
TM Lighting were asked to light the Marcus Lyon Exhibition at 101’s ofices in Somerset House earlier this year using the TM Picture Light. Following the success of this show TM Lighting were asked back to look at Marcus’s Studio space. Marcus’s work is large format and the ceiling height in his office was very low. TM Lighting used the ZeroSixty High Colour Rendition Spotlight on a mains voltage Eutrac. This allowed the true representation of his vividly coloured artwork while maintaining an intimate yet flexible scheme. The track spotlights were mains dimmable from a standard wall dimmer.
Lyon’s work has attracted acclaim and awards in equal measure over the years through his ability to inspire conversations about and search for meaning in our global mass behaviour. His work on urbanisation, migration and recreation draws on a background of social advocacy, yet his images recall science fiction. In their construction, the compositions allude visually to religion and technology, suggesting vast cathedral-like spaces and the all-seeing complexity of the computer motherboard. Unlike Gursky, who meticulously veils unwanted elements from existing environments, Lyon lays bare the construction that is his methodology. He builds fantastical allegories that revel in their depiction of human endeavour and failure. These are images that strike at the heart of the present but are borne out of a very human, emotional and even spiritual intent.
To find out more about Marcus’ incredible photography, please make sure to visit his website.
To find out more about the visual arts program at Somerset House, please visit their website.
TM Lighting worked with lighting designers, PJC Light Studio; local art charity, ArtBeat and Allen&Overy to deliver this exhibition of local artists at A&O’s offices in Spitlafields, London. TM Lighting created a bespoke version of their ZeroEleven LED accent lights to light this pop up art exhibition.
If you would like to find out more about future pro-bono ArtBeat events, please visit their community art based website.
To find out more about lighting designers PJC Light Studio, please visit their website.
PJC Light Studio
To find out more about Allen & Overy, please visit their website.
Allen & Overy
TM Lighting collaborated with LG Chem to create a new OLED picture light for LG’s exhibition stand at Euroluce Milan 2015.
The TM Stalk 400 high CRI OLED picture light has only a 7mm thickness.
To find out more about LG Chem and their OLED projects, please visit their website for more details.
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