Heathfield & Co Launch Bespoke Light Installations



Creative lighting designers, Heathfield & Co, have launched a stunning new range of bespoke light installations, created to challenge and enhance public area spaces such as hotel lobbies, receptions, staircases, atriums and restaurants. The designs, previewed on the company’s new website, have been developed to create sculptural focal points for specific areas within large interior spaces.


The inspiration behind this new collection has come from within the design team at Heathfield and is led by Chris Fox, who will be working continuously to expand the installation range. Chris has teamed up with both of Heathfield’s UK based factories and is able to draw on the wide range of production facilities that the company maintains.

Chris Fox commented on the range of installation designs “Heathfield & Co are very open to new ideas, choice of materials, shape and form, giving me space to explore. I experimented a lot with material combinations in the designs as Heathfield & Co have a lot of capabilities in glass, metal, and ceramics. You have to think a lot about how they transmit, reflect and colour light, but this also allows you to play. Light installations after all can be very sculptural and create a focal point within a space”.


Andrew Watson, Managing Director at Heathfield & Co, also commented on the launch of the installation range “It’s massively exciting to see these ideas being developed and worked through so that, when completed, they provide a stunning impact, perhaps in an atrium or foyer of a large building, or the ballroom of a five star hotel… I love to see the creative process bring a huge impact to bear on our clients’ vision!”







All of Heathfield & Co’s installation designs can be fully customised to a project’s exact requirements. For more information of the installation range please visit http://www.heathfield.co.uk/installation.


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