Situated on the south side of the River Thames, next to Tower Bridge, the area of Shad Thames used to be the largest industrial warehouse complex in London during the Victorian times. Little London forms a natural community that offers more than just a place to work. After an initial site meeting and the sample sign off, full lighting design and visuals were produced by our lighting design team. The design brief for the lighting scheme was a contemporary design with industrial feel and compliance with CIBSE guidelines. The luminaire used for the general office lighting was the Oka Suspended.
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