The property is a real mix of styles. The Georgian house is classical and restrained; we’ve developed a scheme sympathetic to that. The mews is a very contemporary space with a gym, sauna and studio and there’s been an opportunity to have a lot of fun. We’ve been involved with the project from a very early stage and we’ve had a very supportive architect. We think the end result is stunning and we’ll post a more complete case-study and gallery soon.
The link between the mews and the Georgian frontage is through a basement. The basement space has been converted into a gym with a wonderful sauna. We used LED lightsheet to frame the entrance to the sauna. The light sheets are RGB colour changing sources so the space can be lit with an incredible, dynamic range of colours.
The gym and sauna are fun spaces and the lighting reflects that. The Georgian house is much more restrained with much more use of chandeliers and decorative wall fittings. The kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms see a blend of styles. The decor is rich but understated. The lighting mixes feature pieces with discreet, energy-efficient LED lighting to give a multi-layered finish.
This is a sneak preview of some of the shots from the session. These pictures haven’t had any post-processing yet but they’re so good we wanted to share them.
Simon Warren – Simon is a really talented architectural photographer who shoots our London lighting projects.