Sculptural lighting from Glass Solutions

Sculptural lighting solutions for luxury properties

  • 25 Sep 2015

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.

Sculptural lighting solutions

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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