BMW Paris
George V

BMW Paris George V

Having worked with many of the established lighting design community Eric Carlson of Carbondale (Luxury Retail Design Specialists) decided this project needed a fresh integrated and highly creative approach. Above all he was looking for “creativity, capability and communication”. He found that in Mindseye. Following a recommendation, ...
architecture
Carbondale
client
BMW
Carbondale

HSBC Hong Kong
Media Facade

HSBC Hong Kong – Media Facade

The iconic building from Foster & Partners set a milestone in the skyline of Hong Kong. On its competition it was the highest building in Hong Kong. Today while still the most beautiful building it has been dwarfed by the surrounding skyscrapers. Mindseye was asked in 2008 ...
architecture
Foster & Partners
client
HSBC

Paspaley
Melbourne

Paspaley Melbourne Crown Casino

A truly unique approach to lighting design was implemented by the team at Mindseye, for their collaborative work with Luxury retail architects Carbondale and purveyors of the world’s finest pearls; Paspaley. The recently opened Paspaley boutique in Melbourne’s Crown Casino; Australia’s premiere entertainment complex, displays some of ...
architecture
Carbondale
client
Paspaley

HSBC Hong Kong
The Cathedral

HSBC Hong Kong Atrium

The journey to the final design of the iconic Cathedral of the HSBC building started together with the exterior façade in 2008. Mindseye developed a masterplan for the lighting of the entire building. Part of which was the Atrium of the building.
architecture
Foster & Partners
client
HSBC

Leicester Square 48
London

Leicester Square 48

We have been approached by make architects to create an installation in the lobby of the newly refurbished 48 Leicester Square building. Goal was to achieve a similar breathtaking effect as in our previous bespoke light installation in Birmingham. More than 1800 tubes decorate the space creating ...
architecture
Make Architects
client
Make Architects
Designer Group
SOME Architecture

BMW London
Park Lane

BMW London Park Lane

Following the huge success of the George V Paris store, Park Lane in London is the second of BMW’s new city centre ‘Brand Store’ concepts developed by Paris based luxury brand specialist architects: Carbondale. The spectacular so called ‘Avenue’ runs the full length of the space with ...
architecture
Carbondale
client
BMW
Carbondale

For the Love
of God Exhibition

For the Love of God Exhibition

Damien Hirst’s 50 million pound diamond encrusted skull on display at White Cube Gallery, required discreet illumination to bring it to life. As important as the lighting was, so was the non-lighting. The private viewing gallery was required to be completely blacked out with shards of light ...
architecture
For the Love of God Exhibition
client
Whitecube Gallery

Facade Installation
Paspaley

Paspaley Facades

Inspired by Paspaley’s most prestigious products, unique strand stringing technique and pearl luminosity, the show window installations creates a consistent and playful effect through ‘strands’ of LEDs behind frosted glass. Each strand has a set of parameters which defines its identity. It took numerous mock ups and ...
architecture
Carbondale
client
Carbondale
Paspaley

BMW Showroom
Manhattan

BMW Showroom Manhattan

The third in the trilogy of BMW showrooms is located in Manhatten.
architecture
Carbondale
client
BMW

Annan Murals
Barbican

Dorothy Annan Murals – Barbican

The building that hosted the Dorothy Annan Murals had to give way due to a new site development. The murals have been granted a Grade II listing therefore the decision has been taken to move the mural to the Barbican Center. Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architecture was ...
architecture
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
client
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Equestrian Centre
Australia

Equestrian Centre, Australia

The award winning design of the equestrian centre, designed by Seth Stein Architects comprises stables, paddock and menage. Lighting is introduced ans an integral part od the architecture. All light is of indirect nature bouncing of warm surfaces creating a soft ambient light.
architecture
Seth Stein Architects
client
Seth Stein Architects

Howick Place

Howick Place, London Apartment

A converted Victorian Post Office, housing five spectacular loft apartments and an arts complex.
architecture
1508 London
client

Young House

Young House

Look mum, no paint. Plenty of colour however. This converted mews house is practically an essay in lighting theory: a perfectly white interior, rendered in any palette of the owners choosing at the touch of a button. The light is cleverly shared between the various spaces of ...
architecture
Tonkin Liu
client
Tonkin Liu

Holmes Place
Shellmex House

Holmes Place Shellmex House

The centre piece of the Holmes Place Health Club at Shellmex House is a 20metre long, constantly evolving light feature which changes colour and shape subtly throughout the day. Mindseye were commissioned by ORMS Architects to create a feature piece for the pool and Jacuzzi area of ...
architecture
ORMS Architecture
client
ORMS Architecture

199 Knightsbridge

199 Knightsbridge

With lighting design by Mindseye, luxury design studio 1508 created this stylish 3,070sq ft lateral apartment based in the one of the London’s most prestigious residences; The Knightsbridge.
architecture
1508 London
client
1508 London

HMS Belfast

HMS Belfast

As part of Switched on London 2008, Mindseye teamed up with Lighting Effects Distribution to provide a different take on illuminating HMS Belfast. The event aim was to show the power of light in the city, in an energy efficient way. Mindseye adopted the role of ‘camoufleurs’, ...
architecture
Switched on London
client
Switched on London

Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf

Commissioned by Canary Wharf Group s’ public art team to create a winter wonderland in Jubilee Park, the idea behind this installation was to represent the energies that lie beneath. Underneath the park there are thousands of kilometers of electronic cables and the design creates the illusion ...
architecture
Canary Wharf Group
client

Place Saint-Sulpice Apartment, Paris

Place Saint-Sulpice Apartment

Place Saint-Sulpice Residence, Paris
architecture
Carbondale
client
Carbondale

St John at Hackney

St John at Hackney

Photography: Gilbert McCarragher
architecture
John Pawson
client
Hackney Church

Wedding celebration
Rome, Italy

Wedding celebration, Miramare Maccarese Castello

architecture
Unknown
client
Castello Miramare Maccarese

Gainsborough
Studios

Gainsborough Studios

Film Noir was the inspiration for the exterior lighting to this mixed use development. What was lit was just as important to the architect as what was not. The vertical lighting to the main facade was specifically lit to be seen from a distance as well as ...
architecture
Munkenbeck & Marshall Studio
client
Munkenbeck and Marshall

Quai De Bethune
Paris

Quai De Bethune, Paris

How little light can one put into a space and yet have enough light, and good lighting? The particularly minimal approach by the architect required the ceiling to be kept free from pendants, downlights or slots. Our solution was to utilise the windows as main ambient light ...
architecture
John Pawson
client
John Pawson

Stanley Gardens

Stanley Gardens

This high end residential family home required a complete interior transformation and Mindseye were brought on board by Make architects to do just that. A private residential Grade II dwelling in the heart of London’s fashionable Notting Hill district; this five storey house has been completely transformed. ...
architecture
Make Architects
client
Make Architects

Fitzroy House

Fitzroy House

Considered minimal, calm, and ultimately cool. A property developer, used to commissioning leading architects, working with his own in house architect, designed this oasis of tranquillity and taste. Mindseye was the obvious choice to deliver an understated lighting scheme. No clutter, no fuss, just light.
architecture
Jim Biek Architect
client

Annie Leibovitz
Exhibition

Annie Leibovitz Exhibition

Innovative use of reflected light defines the visual character of this photographic exhibition. Simple dimmable fluorescent battens were concealed at the top and bottom of the double skin wall. The pictures are hung inside the wall and viewed through a cut out in the front wall.
architecture
Theis & Khan
client
Theis & Khan

110 Oxford
Street

110 Oxford Street

The emphasis for the design is on concealed lighting, with light used as a space defining tool. The journey from street level up to each apartment is shaped through colour and intensity of light, with the occupant being able to shape their own space through the delivery ...
architecture
ORMS Architecture
client
ORMS Architecture
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