Oceanic House, London, UK

Oceanic House is a Grade II listed building which was formerly the London headquarters for the White Star Line – the company that built the RMS Titanic.

The former office building has been sympathetically converted into seven luxury residences.

Lighting was carefully designed to allow future residents flexibility in how they fit-out the interior spaces of their property, giving consideration to lighting of different activities, furnishing and artwork locations, and provision for future chandeliers, wall-lights and table-lamps. Lighting was also carefully detailed and integrated into fixed joinery elements, such as wardrobes.

Each residence has their own dedicated lighting control system for the creation of different lighting scenes and moods.

The project was awarded 5 Stars for the UK Best Architecture Multiple Residence in the 2018 International Property Awards.

Client: Misland Capital
Architect: BLDA Architects
Photography: Adam Parker