(UK) – Lighting design consultancy Nulty has launched a bespoke luminaire design and manufacturing company, Nulty Bespoke, in response to a growing need for customised lighting pieces.
As lighting scheme designers for establishments such as the Royal Albert Hall, Harrods and News Corp HQ, Nulty often requires handcrafted alternatives to off-the-shelf fittings, in order to achieve a delicacy of detail and seamlessness between light and space. With Nulty Bespoke, the practice now has an official in-house division dedicated to such luminaires.
Nulty Bespoke is an effective solution for architects, interior designers and other lighting design practices who are increasingly demanding their own tailor-made fixtures. The Nulty Bespoke team employs world-class designers, sources high-quality materials and works with specialist manufacturers from around the world.
Managing Director Trevor Morgan has 30 years’ experience in the lighting industry, where he’s worked at all stages of lighting and product design – from initial design conception and manufacture to installation and commissioning. “By scratching our own itch, we’re also able to provide our colleagues in the industry with the handcrafted and unique lighting fixtures they desire,” he said.
Company founder Paul Nulty commented: “Our experience in all aspects of the design, manufacturing and installation process means we can create exquisite products on time and on budget – all while retaining continuous quality control.”
The launch of Nulty Bespoke follows a busy and successful year for Nulty, and coincides with the practice’s fifth birthday. Since opening in 2011, the team has grown to become one of the UK’s largest lighting design practices, delivering high-end projects across the retail, hospitality, commercial and residential sectors within the UK and internationally. In 2015, they rebranded in recognition of the strength and expertise of the team – many of whom have worked on some of the largest lighting projects in the UK, as well as in Thailand, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Russia.
In early 2016, Nulty opened an office in Dubai to deliver its innovative lighting concepts within a market that continues to be progressive in its architectural and interior design aspirations.
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