Ecoled's latest project with Spaced Out hits the headlines of the Metro newspaper
Our project with Spaced Out was featured as a double page spread in the London newspaper last month.
The write-up featured the intricate details that went into the extensive renovation of Infinity House, a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse located in Clerkenwell. From the outside an "unremarkable facade of this London home conceals a stunning interior" says the article author, Oliver Stallwood.
Stallwood later comments: "great attention has been paid to the internal lighting." The use of our LEDy table light and Deco-Line stiplight reflects the linear design that underpins the interior, giving the illusion that delicate streaks of light are hovering mid air. Our miniature uplighters in the floor also throw splashes of light onto the exposed brickwork, ensuring that the heritage of the building is not forgotten.
James Cadisch of Ecoled commented "the layers of light designed into the property mean that the atmosphere of the space can be altered according requirements and is reflective of the resident's desired mood."
The property is a stunning blend of traditional Georgian architecture and a modern extension. The article sums up the project with the statment: "for those who want to just let the architecture do the talking, this house couldn't speak more clearly."
Read the full article HERE.