Rosendale Design selected TM Lighting to provide specialist LED art lighting products as part of Rosendale’s project to design the new Caractère restaurant, by Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari.
Described as a casual, contemporary and situated in Notting Hill, London, the fine dining restaurant features sumptuous interior design by Rosendale Design, including TM Lighting’s RivoForty accent lights. In addition, TM Lighting provided the new Aydin Picture Light for works of art displayed in the stairways, by contemporary artist, Jessica Slater.
The TM RivoForty is the latest addition to the TM Lighting range of contemporary accent lights, offering the high-performance of TM’s LED technology, within a distinctive retro-classic style. Suitable for a range of interiors from listed heritage through to luxury hotel and retail environments with classical detailing, the RIVOForty is the ideal museum-grade lighting solution for aspirational home owners and luxury interiors. Housed in a discreet miniaturised design, this accent light sits comfortably alongside period furniture, whilst perfectly lighting a contemporary or classical art collection in full glory, with 96+ CRI.
The TM Aydin Picture Light incorporates all of the high-performance LED technology of TM Lighting’s full range of Picture Lights, housed within decorative Art Deco design features. Ideal for luxury interior schemes for hotels, restaurants and lifestyle projects, the Aydin Picture Light is suitable for artworks ranging from 400-1000mm width, offering one-size-fits-all flexibility for rolling art collections.
The Aydin Picture Light is fabricated in solid brass complimented by fine grooved detailing, and a soft-brushed finish. The Aydin offers even light distribution for small to medium artworks up to H1000mm x W1000mm.
Photography by John Carey