We're delighted to announce that our client, Spaced Out Architecture Services has been nominated for a Sunday Times British Home Award for their project at Infinity House in Clerkenwell.
The Sunday Times British Homes Awards is a prestigious event that celebrates design excellence in today’s new homes. So it was fantastic news to hear that our client is nominated for an award with a project that we were personally involved in.
Infinity House is a Grade II listed Georgian Townhouse situated in the heart of London’s Design District. Spaced Out Architecture Services were challenged with the task of renovating the property and blending the charm of the its historic features with a modern design. The Islington based architectural practice commissioned us to supply and manufacture bespoke LED lighting that was installed throughout the property.
Our Deco-Strip and Deco-Line 15s were designed into the property along with our discreet Zep 1 downlights and Zep 3 uplights to create layered lighting that illuminated and enhanced the architectural details of the new structure.
The property underwent an extension and restoration of the original garden, which offers a beautiful addition to the Townhouse. As a result, it was recently named Property of the Week by City AM.
The design has been entered into the ‘One-Off House or Extension (2500-5000 sq ft)’ category and the winner will be announced at the awards ceremony being held in Grosvenor Square this Friday. We wish Spaced Out Architecture Services the best of luck and look forward to attending the event on Friday!
Click here to view all the nominees: British Home Awards Shortlist