Glass Solutions has been contracted to produce and provide bespoke glassware for a London-based design consultancy’s sculptural lighting commissions.
Haberdashery focuses on the development, supply and installation of bespoke sculptural lighting.
As a design consultancy, it aims to provide high quality lighting to deluxe properties and developments from around the world; it has delivered solutions to high-end London penthouses and the Hermitage apartments in Monaco.
The London-based company receives commissions from some of the world’s wealthiest people, in addition to well renowned interior designers and architects.
Glass Solutions is able to produce the custom-designed tubes that Haberdashery requires for its lighting sculptures. These tubes comprise thousands of individual structures at a variety of lengths.
The company is able to allocate additional staff to a project, to ensure that it meets the lead time initially quoted. This is important to Haberdashery, which has been working closely with Glass Solutions for over 5 years.
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