Conference centre lighting

2019-02-11T16:02:57+01:00August 18, 2017|

We recently specified replacement interior lighting for the Riding School conference centre at Hatfield House. The eleven new pendant luminaries are the hand-blown crystal glass Limberg LED from German lighting manufacturer Bega. A dimmable fixture of simple elegant design and high-quality manufacture, they will provide efficient and energy-saving illumination whatever the event being staged. The reflector is made of [...]

Renaissance Sculpture completed

2015-05-26T13:12:46+01:00May 26, 2015|

The Renaissance water sculpture at the north front of Hatfield House is now completed. Designed by artist Angela Conner, this large contemporary artwork is a statement piece showing Hatfield House is an ever developing Estate.

Press release…

2014-05-04T20:46:49+01:00May 4, 2014|

We're featured in this Press Release by Havells Sylvania for the lighting design at the Old Palace, Hatfield House - Andrew Gardiner says, “Our challenge was to update the lighting in the Old Palace without being intrusive,” he comments. “With their contemporary elegance the pendants and wall lights effortlessly achieve this aim and additionally, the 3000k Lumistrip adds a touch of occasion to [...]

Visitor information graphics…

2014-04-04T23:22:19+01:00April 5, 2014|

New visitor information designed by GDA, here in the Chinese Bedroom, at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. One of eleven A3 freestanding angled signs that display information within the main rooms of the House to the visitors during the open season. The project had been in design and planning for six months and was delivered on time and on budget by GDA.

Historic display cabinets…

2014-04-04T21:47:36+01:00April 4, 2014|

We have just completed the refurbishment of the inside of five display cabinets in the Library and Long Gallery at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. Our designs display historic artefacts, photographs, signatures and manuscripts. We used Pantone 5503, a subtle blue green, for the background and used the Gascoyne Cecil Estate identity, the House emblem and the estate Pantone 302 ‘Cranborne Blue’ to accent [...]

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