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Sharon Marston


BLURRING THE


BOUNDARIES


Sharon Marston Studio show their exceptional work at two key locations at this year’s London Design Festival.


The bespoke lighting design studio


Sharon Marston is participating at two key locations during The London Design Festival. Sharon Marston has been creating bespoke lighting and sculptural installations since 1977. Sharon Marston studied Jewellery at Middlesex University and then went on to design for fashion, theatre and dance. She started working with light by chance when photographing woven nylon. Sharon Marston now has an extensive portfolio of ethereal lighting designs including fusing materials from a range of craft disciplines including fine bone china and hand blown glass. She creates one off pieces that can


range from small one-metre designs to extensive room sized installations. Her designs have been used in many prestigious locations including the Trump


Below: Midnight Light by Sharon Marston.


Soho Tower in New York and the Hesperia Hotel in Barcelona. Her work was also featured in the Victoria and Albert Museum, which introduced a range of contemporary lighting for the first time in their exhibition called Brilliant. The studio’s work blurs the lines between industrial design, craft, art and product design. Clients range from architects and interior designers who commission bespoke pieces for use within palaces, ballrooms, hotels, restaurants and commercial spaces as well as residential projects.


Since founding her studio, Sharon Marston has gathered a team of highly skilled designers and craftspeople to create each installation. If not crafted in the London studio, components are hand made by specialist craftspeople in England.


designjunction Stand F5, 1st floor


At the designjunction, held at The Sorting Office on New Oxford Street, London, Sharon Marston will be presenting six designs from the company’s diverse portfolio. Sculptural Lighting installations Storm, Autumn, Midnight, Flight, Cluster and Spiral each identify and showcase the


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