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TM Lighting specialises in designing and manufacturing exceptional LED products that transform works of art within private residences, stately homes, galleries and museums, with commissions for high-end retail spaces.

Directors, Andrew Molyneux and Harry Triggs, founded TM Lighting in 2012, addressing recent energy-saving legislation changes and the environmental impact on lighting commercial and private spaces, especially in the art world. Bringing 30 years’ combined experience in lighting and product design, the TM Lighting approach and meticulous attention to detail, brings art to life using the latest and most sophisticated, LED energy-efficient technology, defined by careful selection of LEDs, resulting in unrivalled colour rendition and light distribution.

TM Lighting’s clients include the most prestigious art collectors and institutions in the world. Recent commissions include the Sir Anthony Gormley installation at The Beaumont Hotel, London, Ben Brown Fine Arts gallery, JGM Fine Art, Masterpiece London. Past projects have included Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 exhibition at The National Gallery for the Conrad Shawcross installation, several collections for James Kirkman, art dealer, and Weston Park House, among others. High-end retail commissions include the Denim Studio and men’s shoe department at Sefridges, and Christian Louboutin.

“We knew the changes would be an improvement, but we could never have imagined how much of a difference the new lighting would make. We can now really see the depth of colour and detail in the paintings but most importantly, they are not over-lit and the atmosphere of the house has not been compromised”


Miranda Rock – Guardian of Burghley House

“We are delighted with the new pictures lights supplied by TM lighting for Goodwood. We gave them a very specific brief and they worked with us to create something that was both traditional in appearance and top class in its capabilities. We would have no hesitation in recommending them.”


James Peill – Curator of the Goodwood Collection.