Lets ask Matt Waugh what he knows and look at the world of architectural design and his advice for others looking to follow a similar path into lighting design.
Michael Grubb Studio is delighted to announce that we have three projects shortlisted for the 2016 DARC Awards. Projects include: Seven Stories – National Centre for Children’s Books, Dalston Roof Park and Bournemouth Pier Approach. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony, held at MC Motors, London on 15th September 2016.
Michael Grubb presented a the ILP Professional Lighting Summit in Brighton (UK) on Wednesday 15th June. Michael’s talk ‘Telling Stories with Light’ looked at how Michael Grubb Studio approached public engagement and how local community groups can help shape, deliver and even maintain new exterior lighting schemes. “We were thrilled to have Michael talk at […]
Michael Grubb Studio’s lighting scheme for Guinness Storehouse is featured in Lighting Magazine (Volume 48, Issue 03). The 16-page article looks at how Michael Grubb Studio helped turn the Storehouse into the most visited tourist destination in Ireland. The article also looks at how the new lighting scheme was configured to enhance the world famous […]
Michael Grubb was invited by That’s Solent TV to talk about the Studio’s work and how lighting can enrich our everyday lives. The live TV interview was aired on 23rd June and included questions on favourite projects, the role of a lighting design and the successful Night of Heritage Lighting event along the Jurassic Coast.
Online retailer Great Little Trading Co (GLTC) has brought its collection of children’s furniture, home accessories and classic wooden toys to the high street for the first time with a store in Wandsworth, London. Designed by Resolution Interiors, with lighting design by Michael Grubb Studio, the 560 sq m showroom space features a series of […]
Michael Grubb Studio’s lighting scheme for Queensway Residence has been published in Architects Journal (21.04.16/ Volume 243 / Issue 100). The project is a collaboration between developer Baylight and Robin Lee Architecture involving the conversion of a former warehouse building in Bayswater, West London. The original brief was to upgrade and subdivide the building to […]
We all have an obligation to say ‘thank you.’ Here is why we do our beach party for everyone who plays a role in the lighting design industry.