New London-based offices for the New York Times feature our Large Prismatic Pendant Lights and LED MK1 Wall Lights. Designed by GTA Interior, the objective was to move away from the corporate style and add softer pieces to create a more relaxed workplace.
The glass shades were chosen to bring a more domestic look to the office space. Used in the kitchen area, three pendants come from a single ceiling rose, draped across the space to hang over tables.
The interior of the office was designed to complement the building and its views out. The pendants are suspended on bespoke bright blue flex chosen to match blue iron railings on the 1950s flats, opposite. The pedestal poseur tables also have matching blue stands to coordinate, creating a playful, cohesive design.
The Large Prismatic Pendants are perfect for an office space where plenty of general light is needed. Used in combination with our Edison Wall Light, they offer both style and function in the kitchen and surrounding meeting rooms. The minimal wall lights are unusually mounted on the ceiling, angled to create ambient light by reflecting off the white walls.
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