TM LIGHTING is an internationally respected art lighting specialist, manufacturing exceptional high colour rendition accent lights and picture lights for art collections. The London-founded company provides an end-to-end service, delivering expert advice and precise installation, it delivers projects across private residences, galleries, museums, stately homes, luxury retail and high− end commercial spaces.

Established in 2012 by Andrew Molyneux and Harry Triggs, the company was founded with a singular mission: to bring art to life with a range of advanced, sustainable lighting. For this venture the pair brought their passion for art and the environment, along with over 40 years in lighting and product design.

In its first year of business, TM Lighting was the first specialist in the market to set an industry benchmark across its entire range of 97+ Colour Rendition Index (CRI), a vital component in high quality lighting.

The company uses the latest and most sophisticated LED energy – efficient technology in all its products to achieve the best possible conditions for lighting artwork. This mission was developed in response to the 2011 energy−saving legislation and the phasing out of more traditional incandescent light bulbs.

TM Lighting products ensure the best colour rendition and the most effective light distribution. With a focus on discreet design, and careful, conservation-friendly light source selection that produces no ultraviolet or infrared light and no forward heat throw, TM Lighting is able to highlight the vibrancy of every artwork using the latest technology. This expertise transfers to high−end retail where colour rendering is key to emphasising the true colour and quality of fashion items and luxury goods.

TM Lighting offers first−class attention to detail throughout every aspect of its bespoke service; from the initial art survey to on−site tailored installation and fine−tuning.

TM Lighting’s range of products not only perfectly illuminates artworks but also greatly reduces the environmental footprint of displaying artworks effectively, decreasing runnings costs and almost eliminating maintenance schedules previously required for conventional lighting forms.