77 Coleman StreetBack to bespoke
- Lighting Design: Pritchard Themis
- Photography: Dirk Lindner
We worked with Pritchard Themis on their meticulous lighting design at the multi-award winning 77 Coleman, refurbished by BGY Architects.
The bespoke pendants you can see nestled within the coffered concrete ceiling are height adjustable to allow for any variation on site.
Some pendants offered up and downlighting with others downlighting only through the bespoke cowl. The intention was to produce a twinkle with low glare while maintaining a useful 360º downward light. The uplighting element is provided by a circular array of Billets. A select few also had emergency gear incorporated. The gear above was remote mounted in a steel tray so as to avoid drilling through the decorative plate.
The same pendants using a high CRI LED hang in other areas from long braided cables. Bespoke up/down feature luminaires were added to benches and tables to provide additional local atmospheric lighting.
The brass anodised finish was selected to match the luxurious finishes throughout the huge reception area.