• London Lighting Supplies Tibits New Bankside Restaurant

    London Lighting is proud to have supplied lighting to Tibits new Bankside restaurant located just round the corner from the Tate Modern.

    The new restaurant was designed by architectural design firm Atelier Oi who also designed the chandeliers selected called Foscarini Allegretto Vivace

    Want to know more about Tibits?...Fresh, delicious & easy going – that's tibits. With over 40 homemade vegetarian and vegan salads, hot dishes, soups, freshly pressed juices and desserts. From all over the world. You pay by weight, so you can take as much or as little as you want. It's an all day affair so perfect for breakfast, after work drinks, a leisurely meal or a take-away. 

    124 Southwark Street, SE1 0SW

  • Designed by Lucidi e Pevere, the Aplomb has become a design icon for Foscarini

    Designed by Lucidi e Pevere, the Aplomb has become a design icon for Foscarini. Here is a short video by Gianluca Vassallo telling the story of the hand-made manufacture process.

  • The Flos stand at Euroluce 2017

    Click title to see images...One of the most impressive stands at Euroluce 2017 had to be the Flos stand designed by Calvi Brambilla. It was designed to to look like a curtain that had been moved by a gentle touch.  The first thing we noticed as we walked on the stand was the Black Line trimless downlighters set into the ceiling. The black interior set against the grey ceiling looked fantastic. It was almost as if tiny halo's of light were bursting from the ceiling. The second thing we noticed was the huge number of people. It was easily the...

  • Euroluce 2017

    We've just got back from Euroluce the biggest lighting exhibition in Europe and part of the Milan design design week.

    We walked over 30km and found some fantastic new product which will be coming soon.

    Click the post title view a few pictures of the highlights...

  • Coming soon...Bocci 46

    Coming soon to London Lighting... A white glass bubble is captured inside a fine copper mesh basket and then plunged into hot clear glass. Air is blown into the matrix to gently push the white glass through the mesh, creating a delicate pillowed form that is suspended inside the thick outer layer of clear glass. Sometimes the copper mesh basket folds and crinkles, adding specificity to each piece. Undulations in the exterior shape are a natural consequence of the fabrication process and accentuate the gentle white pillowing below. An LED light source is introduced into the piece, casting a warm coppery hue.