London, UK

One Snowden Street, Broadgate Quarter

Suspended in Time

A visionary light installation spanning the atrium space of the refurbished Broadgate Quarter in London. Suspended rings of light hang staggered up in the 30m space; and provide a view of sculptural interest by day, and floating illumination by night. The lighting transitions through a spectrum of colour for an ever-changing outlook for office workers and visitors.

  • Services

    Architectural Lighting Design

    Designing for Daylight

    Lighting Installations

  • Sectors



  • Client

    Hines Europe Ltd

  • Architect

    John Robertson Architects

White lighting - reflected chandeliers (needs cropping)

Providing visual comfort through lighting

Bringing the core space of this prominent office building in central London to life was a rewarding and challenging experience. It allowed us to explore a design that pushed the boundaries of light and form; whilst retaining the primary purpose of improving the space for those working in the bordering offices.

Single chandelier – blue/aqua tone lighting reception lighting

Imagery © Matt Livey