dpa has won first prize for their lighting installation at the Darc Awards 2017! Helios, meaning Sun in Greek, was designed by our London Studio, Ingo Kalecinski, Veronica Lykou and Laura Voss – many congratulations to the team for designing such a beautiful sculpture.
We are pleased to share a lovely article published on the Illumni website today regarding Robinsons Dubai, a fabulous department store that has recently opened in Dubai Festival City. We had the pleasure of working with HMKM and the Al-Futtaim’s client team on the lighting scheme for this exciting project.
Please click here to view this article in full.
The Zephyr Chandelier, and installation designed for The Fairmont Hotel, St. Andrews, has recently won best decorative bespoke fixture at the 2017 darc awards/decorative. dpa is very proud to have collaborated with artist and chandelier designer George Singer to light this beautiful sculpture.
The Zephyr Chandelier (Zephyr meaning soft gentle breeze), fills the 50M atrium with soft kinetics and shadows created by layers of lighting from both above and below. For further details about this project, please click here.
dpa lighting consultants were delighted to work in collaboration with the office of renowned architect Eva Jiřičná to create the Tiffany Gallery for the redesigned Luce Center on the fourth floor of the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library.
To read more about this stunning project, please click here.
We are delighted that dpa project Tamba, Abu Dhabi has been ‘commended’ at the recent Lighting Design Awards 2017.
For further details about this project, please click here.
Johanna Medina, Senior Designer from our London Studio, was recently invited by Dr. Mirsini Trigoni from the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts, to deliver a one hour lecture to the students of the MA Fashion Retail Management.
The lecture was about the principles of lighting design, issues lighting designers take into consideration while designing a commercial/retail space, and an explanation to the students on the design process from concept to completion with some examples of our work. Techniques on how lighting can enhance and create an atmosphere within a space, creating a strong and positive experience for the customer but at the same time present the products correctly were discussed. For the case study, Johanna presented some examples of fashion stores that dpa had designed and explained the logic behind the specific lighting solutions.
dpa Designers Adam Busby, Declan Sullivan, Ashley Rogers and Veronica Lykou were delighted to participate in Ready, Steady, Light 2017, organised by The Society of Light and Lighting, in partnership with Rose Bruford College. As part of the challenge 14 teams were asked to design and set up a temporary exterior installation, using a limited range of equipment in only 180 minutes.
The dpa team were given six luminaires to light an allocated area which consisted of thick foliage and several trees. Their aim was to add depth, texture and drama to the natural, outdoor space. They added depth and perspective by uplighting trees in both the background and foreground. By lighting the trees and foliage they also highlighted their natural textures as well as casting interesting shadows. A blossom tree, lit with a single coloured LED luminaire, created a focal point and a playful element. Finally, with a large tree in the foreground put into silhouette with a luminaire placed behind the tree they added a sense of drama to the scheme. All light sources were concealed as much as possible to ensure the viewer would only see the lit effect, rather than being distracted by glare light points.
We are delighted to share the news that dpa project Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is a finalist in the Architizer A+Awards, category Hotel & Resorts. The results will be announced in April 2017.
The shortlist for the Lighting Design Awards 2017 has been announced, and we are delighted that two dpa projects have been shortlisted in the ‘Hotel & Restaurant Project of the Year Category’, Tamba in Abu Dhabi and Ramusake Restaurant, Dubai. Fingers crossed for 4th May 2017 when the winners will be announced!
We are very proud to have designed the lighting scheme for the newly opened Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square, London. Further news about this project is to follow, but please find below a link to an interesting article published in Wallpaper magazine about this exciting opening.
Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square, London – Wallpaper Magazine Feb 2017
dpa project, La Dame de Pic has opened at the Four Seasons Hotel London, Ten Trinity Square and has been featured in the Telegraph ‘Luxury – Drinking & Dining’ feature.