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Hospitality Lighting Kempinski hotel in Dubai lit by Lietcorp.


Chelsom lights the Novotel in Blackfriars, London.


Kempinski hotel in Dubai lit by Lietcorp.


Dynamic, creative lighting systems give different areas in hotels their own ambiance and mood. We look at some recent projects that have helped to give hotel interiors the wow factor!


Kempinski hotel in Dubai lit by Lietcorp. Hotel


In today’s current market visitors to a hotel expect to find everything they need all under one roof. Guests staying at a hotel want convenience and this means having access to a bar, restaurant, gym and pool all in one hotel. All these areas demand different lighting systems and light fixings to mirror the mood of the area. Hamilton Litestat produces a range of lighting controls and audio system solutions perfect for hospitality lighting systems. Their sheer range is increasingly popular, with its minimalist flat plate switches and sockets, this collection melds seamlessly into any interior. Hamilton Litestat also produce more classically designed ranges and custom made designs with their bespoke Savile Row service.


Novotel in Blackfriars, London recently commissioned Chelsom to create a bespoke lighting scheme. Proof Consultancy Ltd was challenged with creating a sleek and urban looking interior and specified bespoke Chelsom lighting throughout the public areas. The lighting


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was designed to accentuate the hotel’s styling and to complement the interior design throughout. In the bar, restaurant and reception areas a myriad of striking custom-designed fixtures were used in varying designs of matte black shades with contemporary lines and shapes at the forefront. Five armed pendants provided dramatic centrepieces above the bar, while black coated frames support a styled cluster of cotton shades positioned at varying heights to create a visual impact, whilst also maximising the light output in the bar area.


Industrial style wall lights run down the restaurant creating a soft and calming light from the shallow tapered drum shades suspended on long reach arm brackets - these are designed to throw pockets of ambient light on to tables. The bar and breakout areas are lit by slim curved arm pendants which support oversized statement shades lined with a sumptuous sunflower yellow pongee silk. Reflecting the city locations favoured by the Novotel brand, the contemporary


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