Holding the imagination of someone else is when a project takes on a life of its own. It goes beyond your control. This is something we have experienced over the past year where thousands of people came to the Gardens Of Light opening and more recently participating in the Night Of Heritage Light for the […]
Newcastle’s Crowne Plaza Hotel has opened its doors to the public. The 251 bedroom hotel anchors the up and coming Stephenson Quarter, home of the world’s first passenger train. Michael Grubb Studio provided lighting designs for the Restaurant, Gin Bar, Reception & Lobby, Leisure Club, Spa and the iconic Stephenson Banqueting Suite, which can accommodate […]
We are delighted to announce that Michael Rosen’s Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake and Bad Things has opened at Discover, London. Lighting design by Michael Grubb Studio. Children can step inside a huge chocolate cake, discover a secret larder, swishy swashy their way through a Bear Hunt and explore Bad Things in the Dread Shed. The […]
Michael Grubb Studio is delighted to welcome Anna Taddei to the MGS family. Anna who has a background in Industrial Design (University of Genoa) recently graduated with a Master of Arts in Spatial Practices (MA Architecture, Arts University Bournemouth). Anna will be providing production support, working with the design team on a wide range of […]
The September Issue of FX Magazine profiled Michael Grubb. The article covered the work of Michael Grubb Studio and talked about the award winning Re:Lit initiative and the idea of introducing recycling into projects. The 5-page article was also posted online by Design Curial and can be read here.
Michael Grubb Studio has been appointed by Alnwick Castle to provide lighting design services for the refurbishment of the historic Great Hall. The Studio will be working in conjunction with Ward Robinson who is responsible for the interior architecture and design. Alnwick Castle is a magnificent venue with a long history of entertaining and hospitality. […]
It is the responsibility for all of us, in the lighting design sector, to add value where we can. It is a big phrase ‘added value,’ but it does have context when there is trust from others. This whole article starts from our recent participation with the RIBA Regent Street Windows project. This is an […]
‘Following Hercules: The story of classical art’ has opened at the Fitzwilliam Musuem, Cambridge. The exhibition, located within the Octogon Gallery is free to the public and runs from 25 September to Sun 6 December 2015. Michael Grubb Studio provided lighting design services for the temporary exhibition. Many of the objects on display are light […]
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