Friday, 2nd February 2018 - Modern Lighting Techniques for the Historic Interior with Andrew Molyneux and Harry Triggs, Co-Founders of TM Lighting

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Friday, 2nd February 2018 - Modern Lighting Techniques for the Historic Interior with Andrew Molyneux and Harry Triggs, Co-Founders of TM Lighting

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Friday, 2nd February 2018

Artwork lighting experts, Andrew and Harry of TM Lighting will discuss the benefits of introducing modern lighting techniques into historic properties; from enhancing the visual presentation of art collections, to how low-energy LED products result in improvements to the conservation of work, as well as considerable energy and cost-savings.

Morning session: Modern Lighting Techniques for the Historic Interior

An Illustrated talk about introducing modern LED lighting into historic houses discussing howlighting can be tailored to the needs of the individual artwork, the surrounding interiors, architecture and eccentricities of each historic house to create an entirely customised solution for each project. 

LUNCH

Afternoon session: A workshop with practical advice on the tools, technology and application of modern lighting, as well as demonstrations of the different effects lighting can create within a listed property, whether dramatic, serene or incidental. Opportunity for Q&A.

TOUR -  We will undertake a lighting consultation scenario at Syon House with Caroline Percy and Oliver Gerrish, who will ask questions about the current lighting approaches, with expert suggestions on how the collection might be revitalised or different methods for presentation could be undertaken including sculptures and paintings, depending on the aspirations of the client and desired effect upon the space. 

After the tour we will have tea in the Green drawing room. 

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Andrew Molyneux, and Harry Triggs, Co-founders of TM Lighting have a combined career of over 30 years in the industry. The pair met while studying industrial design at Brunel University, and with a shared appreciation for art, coupled with identifying a need for innovation in art lighting, founded TM Lighting in 2012. The London-based company designs and manufactures a new generation of full spectrum, high colour rendition, LED lighting which reinvents classic picture light design with the very latest lighting technology. The company has been commissioned for prestigious projects in National Trust homes and historic properties including, Burghley House, Woburn Abbey, Englefield, Waddesdon Manor, The Weston Park Foundation, and Apsley House. Using the same technology, TM Lighting has developed additional art lighting products to meet the needs of national museums and galleries, and for contemporary retail spaces such as Selfridges and Christian Louboutin. 

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