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“Modern Meets Old”, Beautiful Home Lighting

Example Project: 17th Century Cottage with complete modern remake, Leicestershire.
Architect: Michael Lavender.
Approximate design value: £2,000

Originally a 17th Century Glebe cottage remodelled extensively with contemporary modern architecture, this home features unique lighting designs throughout working with different styles and ceiling heights to create an eclectic but co-hesive design.

Low energy lighting is embodied in the fabric of the walls, bleeding horizontal brightness into the space.

Low level lighting features throughout the beautiful home, quickly becoming the family’s favourite form of lighting in their new home. It is quite amazing how little light we need to move around our own home, and often prefer the warm, cosy, low lighting levels of the wall recessed floor wash lighting, leaving many other architectural lighting circuits turned off!