» Sort » Project
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.
Demonstrating the strength of the Towner Collection as an active, evolving body of contemporary art, the exhibition featured modern and contemporary works by Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, John Nash, William Nicholson, Duncan Grant, William Gear, Gertrude Hermes, Tirzah Garwood, and Wolfgang Tillmans.
TM Lighting provided specialist art lighting for Towner Gallery’s important exhibition utilising the LED GalleryOneFifty, a high-performance spotlight with narrow optics and a magnetic, quick change lens, which is ideally suited for lighting in galleries and museums with tall ceilings and rolling collections. Additionally, TM Lighting used their superior Slim Light Pro Picture Lights featuring 95+high CRI to ensure true colour accuracy, the colours are rich and vibrant, and set to museum standard lux levels, the medium of the paintings conserved.
TM Lighting worked with London Design Festival 2019 to illuminate ‘Legacy’ on display at V&A Museum, 14th – 22nd September
London’s top cultural leaders collaborate with influential designers to create a ‘legacy’ piece in American red oak for London Design Festival.
In May of 2019 Sir John Sorrell CBE, Chairman of London Design Festival, invited leaders of London’s cultural institutions to collaborate with some of Europe’s most exciting designers to create a ‘legacy’ piece of design – an object of personal or professional relevance that they would like to pass on to a family member or the institution they lead.
The pieces – ten in total – are all crafted using American red oak. Nine of these beautiful and thought-provoking collaborations are on show in the Sculpture Gallery of the Victoria & Albert Museum, and one piece outside the Natural History Museum on Exhibition Road, for the duration of London Design Festival, 14-22 September 2019.
TM Lighting used their high CRI LED art lighting product to illuminate the installations for London Design Festival; the GalleryOneFifty (G150) is a high-performance spotlight with narrow optics and a magnetic, quick change lens ideally suited for lighting in galleries and museums with tall ceilings and rolling collections.
For more information: www.londondesignfestival.com #LDF19
Images: Legacy, Various Designers, Photography by Ed Reeve
TM Lighting worked with Lighting Designers Illumination Works to provide specialist LED accent lighting products for the redesign of antique jewellers, Wartski, St James’s London. The interior of the new Wartski boutique is inspired by the brutalist architecture of the antique jeweller’s former location and other buildings, such as The National Theatre. Through the doors of the ornate, classical façade, the design team has created a surprising contrast for visiting customers.
The intricate wall vitrine lighting system utilises TM Lighting’s 96+ high CRI LED ZeroSixty Artpoints and ambient lighting element in cool and warm colour temperatures to achieve focused, shadow-free intensity with the quality normally associated with museum gallery lighting. The precision and intensity of light makes the exquisite merchandise the clear focus.
BADA 2019 worked with The de Laszlo Archive Trust to present one of the highlights of BADA 2019, the loan exhibition Philip de László: An Anniversary Celebration. TM Lighting, art lighting specialists partnered with BADA 2019 to supply their high colour rendition LED Picture Lights to illuminate the paintings within this milestone exhibition.
De László was one of the most famous artists in the world in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and is today celebrated as one of the last proponents of Grand Manner portraiture. His remarkable client list included many members of the royal and aristocratic houses of Europe, two Popes, four U.S. Presidents, and leading figures in politics, religion, society and industry. By the end of his life de László had been awarded 22 orders and 17 medals of merit by his royal sitters.
TM Lighting installed the TM Goodwood Picture Lights to light the paintings within the Philip de László: An Anniversary Celebration exhibition. The TM Goodwood Picture Light was selected for its classical style, finished in gold to work with the exhibition designed in the style of a classical museum collection with original gilded frames against vibrant blue walls.
Designed to fit seamlessly into the aesthetic of classical historic buildings, and museum collections, the TM Goodwood Picture Light includes a true colour LED module (+95 CRI), uniform light projection and a deep hood design for added glare control. The TM Goodwood Picture Light comfortably lights canvases up to 4 metres in height, from 1 to 22 watts of power, extra long lamp life – 50,000hrs (approx 15 years).
Read more about BADA partnership and The De Laszlo Archive Trust
TM Lighting provided their TM Lighting Classic Picture Lights to illuminate the permanent art collection at The Foundling Museum, London. The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK’s first children’s charity and first public art gallery.
The Foundling Museum is responsible for the care and maintenance of two collections – the Foundling Hospital Collection and the Foundling Museum Collection, which includes the Gerald Coke Handel Collection. These encompass everyday objects used in the Foundling Hospital, alongside documents, records, musical scores and librettos, photographs and oral history recordings, as well as significant works of art, clocks, furniture and interiors, many of which were created especially for the Hospital and donated by their makers.
The works of art made and donated by artists such as Hogarth, Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua Reynolds and John Michael Rysbrack are mainly displayed within original eighteenth-century interiors from the Foundling Hospital.
TM Lighting Classic Picture Light
The deeper classical design of the TM Classic Picture Light is designed to fit seamlessly into the aesthetic of existing classical and historic buildings.
The depth of the hood offers added glare control, particularly useful on tall canvases in large open spaces.
TM Lighting ensure the full colour of an artwork is brought to life through the use of the highest quality LED lighting which deliver the full colour spectrum of light and even distribution.
This even distribution ensures that the canvas is viewed as the artist intended and not artificially enhanced in a particular region of a painting.
Read more about The Foundling Museum
Photography: Peter Mallet.
TM Lighting supplied new LED picture lights for Historic Royal Palaces property, Hillsborough Castle, Belfast. The unique high CRI LED picture lights have transformed the art collection and brought new life to the rooms. Hillsborough Castle is the official Northern Ireland residence of HM The Queen. The stunning Historic Royal Palaces property in Belfast has recently undergone significant restoration and renovation to open fully to the public year round from April 2019.
TM Lighting is installed LED Goodwood Picture Lights for the representation of the art collection including priceless oil paintings from the Royal Collection.
TM Lighting ensure the full colour of an artwork is brought to life through the use of the highest quality LED lighting which deliver the full colour spectrum of light and even distribution. This even distribution ensures that the canvas is viewed as the artist intended and not artificially enhanced in a particular region of a painting.
Read more about the Hillsborough Castle Project
Photography: Rory Moore
In February 2019, TM Lighting joined designers of the Pimlico Road Design District, led by interior designer Douglas Mackie to create the new VIP Lounge at Collect 2019.
Recognised as one of Britain’s leading interior designers, Douglas Mackie collaborated with Collier Webb, Cox London, FBC London, Luke Irwin and Soane Britain, Howe London and TM Lighting, to curate a richly textured and coloured room.
With texture and craft at its heart, visitors to the VIP Lounge enjoyed a more luxurious space that feels like a private club, in contrast to the rest of the fair. The space featured handcrafted works specifically created by the participating designers.
TM Lighting collaborated with designers of Belgravia’s Pimlico Road to illuminate the pieces and designs within the space drawing focus and attention to the tones and fabrics within the Lounge, using their high colour rendition LED GalleryOneFifty spotlights.
Presented by the Crafts Council, the 15th edition of Collect takes place at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, London from 28 February to 3 March 2019. Collect features over 40 international galleries, each curating their own stands to sell work made in the last five years by the world’s leading living artists and designers. The fair also presents Collect Open, a platform for ambitious, conceptual craft-led installations by individual artists and collectives.
Find out more about Collect.
Images: Belinda Lawley