News

Benz talks Cells with Light Collective

May 24 2016 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Completions | Interviews
Light Collective has released a video interview with Benz talking about Cells, the new product collaboration with Reggiani.

Dezeen features RSH+P new offices

May 20 2016 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Completions | Press
Copyright/ James Newton
Copyright/ James Newton

Tackling Social Inequalities in Public Lighting

May 13 2016 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Events

Clementine listed in Lighting’s 40 under 40

May 12 2016 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Awards | Team
Clementine has been listed as one of the young lighting designers to watch in Lighting Magazine's feature '40 under 40'. The article looks at the new generation of lighting design talent and includes designers from 20 different countries.
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One New Ludgate wins RICS top prize

May 10 2016 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Awards | Completions
Congratulations to Fletcher Priest Architects, whose project One New Ludgate has won the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors' Commercial Office Building of the Year 2016 for the London region.
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An early concept render of One New Ludgate's reception area.
An early concept render of One New Ludgate's reception area.

IES Award of Merit awarded for two projects

May 05 2016 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Awards
We are very pleased to announce two of our projects have been awarded with an IES Award of Merit.
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Copyright/ Robin Hill
Copyright/ Robin Hill

Duchess of Cambridge opens Magic Garden

May 04 2016 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Completions | Events
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has opened the new Magic Garden play area at Hampton Court Palace.
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Landscape architect Robert Myers took Kate for a guided tour of the garden before she met the design team, including Associate Partner Clementine Fletcher-Smith.
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The lighting scheme for after dark is both playful and dramatic, capturing the magic of the garden: the centrepiece of the garden, a 25 ft dragon, comes alive with glimmering eyes and colourful steam trails issuing from his nostrils. Pathways lead through a wild wood full of mysterious ‘fire flies’; spot-lit mythical creatures flank a pergola that plays with perspective and the internal light of the tiltyard towers lead to a glowing aerial walkway.
Landscape architect Robert Myers took Kate for a guided tour of the garden before she met the design team, including Associate Partner Clementine Fletcher-Smith.

The lighting scheme for after dark is both playful and dramatic, capturing the magic of the garden: the centrepiece of the garden, a 25 ft dragon, comes alive with glimmering eyes and colourful steam trails issuing from his nostrils. Pathways lead through a wild wood full of mysterious ‘fire flies’; spot-lit mythical creatures flank a pergola that plays with perspective and the internal light of the tiltyard towers lead to a glowing aerial walkway.