London, UK

British Medical Association House

A Modern Intervention

The British Medical Association House, London, required an up to date refresh of its’ conference and meeting spaces; whilst retaining the traditional elements of the architecture and lighting. Where required, the lighting design aimed to preserve the original feature luminaires; and incorporate newer strategies to enhance the feel of the spaces.

  • Services

    Architectural Lighting Design

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  • Client

    British Medical Association

  • Architect


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Pockets of the Present Day

A selection of spaces - each with their own unique features, provided an exciting challenge for the lighting design of such a prominent building. Contemporary lighting solutions to the circulation included a back-lit stretch-fabric for a homogenous effect. The lighting control and AV systems were fully networked to allow control locally, on the stage, on the podiums, or from the control booth in the Great Hall.

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