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Decorative lighting


Facing page: Chelsom’s range continues to evolve. A bove: Dernier & Hamlyn created this chandelier for Sarah Beeny’s Georgian stately home. Left: Fittings by Dernier & Hamlyn for The Coworth Park Hotel in Ascot and the London Savoy.


adorning a stairwell, decorative lighting, both traditional and contemporary, can transform a space.


with our clients throughout the design and production procedures it is unusual for it to be watched by so many people. However, everything came together extremely well and the chandelier looks fantastic in Rise Hall’s stairway.’ Dernier & Hamlyn’s work can be seen extensively at the recently opened Savoy Hotel in London, following the most ambitious restoration in British history. Fittings at the hotel include more than 100 floor standards, more than 200 ceiling fittings and hundreds of handmade silk shades all manufactured at Dernier & Hamlyn’s UK factory to meet the exacting standards of the hotel’s guests and of Savoy’s owners Fairmont. Quantrill


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explains: ‘We were delighted to be asked to be involved in the rebirth of this iconic London hotel and for a range of our products to help create the elegant and glamorous ambience at the Savoy.’ Be Design from Ireland approached Inspired By Design to manufacture bespoke fittings for Custom House in Londonderry for the four-floor bar and restaurant. The main centre piece to go over the entrance was a stunning 7.5m chandelier in four tiers with LED colour changing lights fitted at each level. The tiers each appear at the same level of the balustrading, and the whole piece creates a stunning entrance to the bar/restaurant. Added to this were smaller custom


pendants in copper finish to hang in the restaurant and bar areas. Inspired By Design was also involved in a private residency for Barratt. The brief for Sculptivate, who took on the project, was to design a feature to hang in an exclusive private residential lobby in Rochester Row SW1, London. Andy Cobb from Sculptivate, explains:


‘We used 1,000 hand blown glass orbs in four different sizes from Murano in Italy, supplied by Inspired by Design. Each orb was fixed onto a steel cable in an order designed to create a ripple effect that would refer to the water ripple identity of the building.


‘Forty-eight strands at 9m drop were 13


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