Architects: PDP Architects / Duncan Mitchell
Lighting Consultant: Speirs Major
Eighty Strand is a Grade II listed riverside building with stunning Art Deco architecture. Originally build in 1932 as Hotel Cecil, right next to the Savoy Hotel, at the time had the largest clock face in the UK. It was the head office of Ministry of Supply during the WWII and then became the head office Shell and BP, the building was then know as Shell Mex House.
About this Project
DAL have developed and manufactured a number of bespoke luminaires to be in keeping of the Art Deco style throughout the building. Including the stunning 4m x 4m feature fitting in the main entrance which has 16 opal pyramids, prisms and downlighers. The fitting uses the latest LED technology.
LINEAR DECO is a surface mounted linear luminaire with opal diffuser inside a reeded glass to provide distribution with a decorative element. It is constructed in high quality extruded aluminium, steel and glass. Complete with integral driver. Available in 400mm, 800mm, 1200mm and 2000mm.