Whether it’s a bespoke cluster of pendants for a private home, or a large-scale installation for a hospitality space, we love developing innovative lighting solutions for special projects.
We regularly collaborate with architects, interior designers and homeowners to create bespoke glass lighting and objects. We’ve realised large-scale lighting installations for The Northern Club, Williams Eatery, Ortolana, Ki Māha, and many more. We’ve also made bespoke tablewares for Hello Beasty, Orphans Kitchen and Kingi, vases for Hotel Britomart, and custom honey pots for the Comvita Wellness Lab.
The Northern Club
The Northern Club is a historic Auckland building, and we were delighted to work with Cheshire Architects on their concept for a large-scale bespoke installation. The lighting for the Bankside Bar and Lounge area features over 100 mould-blown glass lamps to stunning effect. Photography by Samuel Hartnett.
Ki Māha is a seafood restaurant on beautiful Onetangi Beach on Waiheke Island, Aotearoa New Zealand. For this special commission we designed a series of chandeliers in bright and airy Steel Blue – a marine colour that brings the ocean inside. The purposefully organic forms echo Ki Māha’s focus on the natural environment.
William’s Eatery is one of our favourite spots in Tāmaki Makaurau. They wanted their lighting to match the refined yet simple luxury of their space and menu, so we made them a range of single drop Square Domes in Eel Green glass, as well as a cluster of Globes (also in Eel Green) on a modern curved steel armature.