Working closely with Central Design Studio, we designed and manufactured a number of bespoke light fixtures that add to the relaxed and peaceful atmosphere of the newly refurbished Hilton Puckrup Hall.
Earlier this year Mullan Lighting completed the manufacture and on-site assembly of an impressive double ring chandelier in the newly refurbished Foyle Golf Centre, Derry. The two-tier chandelier measures three meters in diameter and contains RGBW LED strip lights, allowing the chandelier’s light colour to be altered, reflecting the ambience of the occasion within the venue below.
Kudu is a new restaurant that recently opened on Peckham’s Queen Street in London, serving modern European food with influences from South Africa. Mullan Lighting once again worked with Alessio Nardi of A-nrd who curated the interior design of this wonderful 52-seat restaurant.
In the heart of London’s West End is Carnaby Street; a street that’s home to over 100 renowned retail brands and over 50 independent bars and restaurants. The latest addition to this cultural centre is Darjeeling Express, a home-style Indian restaurant nestled on the top floor of Kingly Court. Our lights are used extensively throughout its Indian-inspired interior.
Pubs are under increased pressure to remain relative as an entertainment venue. There is an increasing realisation that they must perfect their experience offering to attract customers that have more choice than ever before. Nothing quite affects this experience as much as light does.
We love when our customers and clients use our lights in unique and unusual ways. Inspired by our own clients’ clever ways of installing and adopting our fixtures we describe three unique lighting ideas for your kitchen below.
Brass kitchen lighting is making a comeback after a hiatus of almost three decades. While mid-century lighting has been prevalent in homes for years now it’s only now emerging as a trend in the most important room in the house; the kitchen.
Three large bespoke chandeliers that we designed and manufactured are now suspended in the historic and recently refurbished St. James’s Church, Dublin – now home to the newly opened Pearse Lyons Distillery and visitor centre.
We absolutely love how our Cairo wall lights have been used in this Shaker kitchen in an Edwardian home on the outskirts of London. It’s teal colour is bold and daring and very mid-century modern.
So you’ve decided to introduce nautical lighting to your restaurant. From mood to functionality and bulbs, here are the things you need to consider.