(UK) – Situated near St Paul’s Cathedral, London base vital in building new pipeline of projects and growing Luxonic’s network.
UK-based designer of lighting solutions Luxonic has unveiled a new office in the global capital of architecture, London. With offices already in Manchester and Glasgow, a HQ comprising manufacturing and innovation centre in Basingstoke, and agents located in Belfast and Dubai, the new office in the country’s capital will provide specialist lighting design services for new and existing clients.
Located at 15 Old Bailey, a grade II listed building situated close to St Paul’s Cathedral; the London base will be vital in building a new pipeline of projects and growing Luxonic’s network of specifiers, architects and designers.
Luxonic already counts a number of high profile London schemes in its portfolio, including the luxury One Tower Bridge development, one of the most sought after residential developments in the country, and Cardinal Place, the stand-out Land Securities development in Victoria.
The expansion comes just a few months after the extensive rebrand of the business, designed to modernise and bring Luxonic’s image in line with its design-led approach.
Commenting on the opening of the new office, Luxonic managing director Nick Tavare, said: “It is an exciting year for our business as we celebrate our 30th anniversary as a lighting designer and manufacturer. London is a thriving hub of architecture and design, and as we look to the future, a place we really need to be in order to stay closer to our clients and the people who share our vision for quality design. This tied in with our continued growth over the last couple of years, makes it the perfect time to strengthen our offering by opening a permanent base in the capital.”