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  • Paul Nulty Lighting Design (PNLD) has completed the interior lighting for the first solo restaurant of chef Skye Gyngell breathing life into a 19th-century drawing room at the world famous Somerset House, London that hasn’t been open to the public for over 150 years. In collaboration with interior designer Briony Fitzgerald and architect Stuart Forbes […]


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  • The London office of experiential designers MET Studio has been commissioned by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) to create a series of major installations celebrating the IET’s vision, values, history and future directions, as part of the remodeling of its iconic headquarters in London’s Savoy Place. Architects Pringle Richards Sharratt are designing the […]


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Located in Fulham, we founded this flat which had a very old-fashioned interior and needed of new electrics and decoration. We try to make a state of the art new maisonette out of an small space. Main access is by ground floor, where there is also a small garage. Walking up stairs to the second […]


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