"Designing a moment: The London 2012 Olympic Cauldron" is a purpose built gallery of the museum of London, designed to be the new home of the Thomas Heatherwick designed Olympic Cauldron.
The lighting of the gallery is meant to recall that moment when London was the centre of the worlds attention and the Cauldron was revealed to the world. The scheme is enhancing the narrative of the gallery by being directly linked and synchronised with the AV projections, and emphasising on the sculpture by highlighting the complexity and amazing engineering of Heatherwick's design.
Exhibition design: Thomas Heatherwick Studio
Exhibition design and storytelling: Paul Dean, DrinkallDean
Lighting Design: Panos Andrikopoulos, DHA Designs
House of Vans is UK's largest in-house Skate Park. A vast space consisting of a gallery, a screening room, a gig space, two bars, a restaurant and of course three skate parks, all dedicated to London's skate culture. Lighting needed to address a strictly modest budget, meet illuminating standards for indoor sports facilities and enhance the architecture of the Old Vic channels.
Architect: Tim Greatrex, Tim Greatrex Architect
Lighting Design: Panos Andrikopoulos, Panos Andrikopoulos Lighting Design
Canary Wharf approached Cinimod Studio to investigate ways of enhancing the presence of the Canada Square building in the area. The design incorporates a media facade consisting of an array of light lines enhancing the wavy form of the glass fins of the facade. A huge "shadow" of people passing iis projected, matching the human scale with the pharaonic architecture of the area.
Lighting Design: Panos Andrikopoulos, Cinimod Studio
AP wanted to create a space showcasing they cutting edge technology. For that purpose, the ground floor of the companies headquarters was revamped to house a space allowing people to experience their technologies for sports and companies like McLaren, municipalities and governments and to accommodate business meeting.
The key feature of the space are the Audio Visual projections and the custom software designed by industry leaders, Engage Productions and lighting is fully integrated with them in different ways. Colour temperature shifts to enhance different scenarios, such as storms and desert footage for global warming, intensity drops, for video projections during meetings, animated patters guide people through an infinity room to what is supposed to be the "future".
Interior and 3D design: Frameworks Creative
Software development and AV projections: Engage Productions
Project Management: Grassroots
Lighting Design: Panos Andrikopoulos, DHA designs
All renders courtesy of Frameworks Creative. Photo courtesy of Aether lighting.
EPR architects approached DHA Designs to develop ideas on the exterior lighting of a new development at Savile Row street. The concept proposed integrated lighting, to frame the popping windows, being subtle enough but distinctive.
Snog has evolved from a single branch in being one of the worlds leading frozen yogurt retailers, with Procter and Gamble recently investing in the firm. Cinimod Studio was involved in the interior and lighting design from day one, an ongoing relationship to this day. The Snog Store at St Johns Wood was a roll out store. Snog's distinctive brand capitalises on LED lighting and each store is a celebration of commercial lighting. The St Johns Wood store, incorporates a framed LED ceiling projecting animated images of the english skyline.
Interior design: Tim Greatrex, Cinimod Studio
Renders and 3d design: Luke Spillet, Cinimod Studio
Lighting design: Panos Andrikopoulos, Tom Zapka, Cinimod studio
Snog Store in Marylebone follows the brands identity, using colourful LED lighting. Custom globes, suspended from the ceiling and custom designed, LED globe down lights manufactured by Mike Stoane Lighting, were incorporated.
Interior Design: Tim Greatrex, Cinimod Studio
Renders, 3d design: Luke Spillet, Cinimod Studio
Lighting Design: Panos Andrikopoulos, Tom Zapka, Cinimod Studio
All images courtesy of Cinimod Studio
A collection of images of renders sand pitches done over the years.
Bouillabaisse is the latest endeavour of Chef Kurt Zdesar, owner of Choco-Matte and Nobu. Designed by Jordan Litller and lighting provided by Into Lighting, the 65-seat space is set across two floors with crisp, whitewash interiors. The long, narrow ground floor, is flanked by banquettes and has a central lighting feature acting as a focal point to draw attention deep in the space. Downstairs, a large chef's table situated in front of the kitchen, can host up to 20 guests for private parties or serve as communal dining space with a unique dim atmosphere, while the illuminated fish tanks in the background add a bit of theatricality.The lighting i scontroled via sliding plates, allowing the owner to set the levels without engineering costs.