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Lighting


studio in London he wanted to offer prospective clients and visitors the Eduardo Cardenes Design experience from the start. He wanted to practise what he preached.


The initial design challenge was to completely reorganise the space of two separate units and convert them into one stylish office space, which was a reflection of Eduardo Cardenes Design.


The office now offers three beautifully contrasting working areas; a combined reception and work space for four people, a meeting room for up to ten and a small private office.


The interiors are suffused with natural light, which is reflected by the expansive use of glass and reflective materials. The glass divisions offer visual interest and privacy at the same time while keeping the space light and airy, as Eduardo explains: “From a poetic point of view, the space grows into the black ceiling and into the reflecting walls - it’s like in a dream.”


“The reflection of the different lighting elements continues into these surfaces, softly disappear and it helps to look the space slick and luscious.”


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