When Berkeley Homes built Ebury Square, a luxury development in Belgravia in central London, statement, high quality lighting was essential for the reception area that would be the first impression for residents and their guests.
Working to interior designer Goddard Littlefair’s brief, Dernier & Hamlyn manufactured a number of chandeliers including one featuringhundreds of handmade glass lozenges, which were individually handpinned to a circular crystal fitting and mounted onto an antique brass framework. All of the elements of this stunning chandelier were then taken to the site where it was dressed and installed by Dernier & Hamlyn’s highly skilled team.
Jo Littlefair, director and co-founder of Goddard Littlefair says: “From the outset we knew we wanted lighting in Ebury Square’s main entrance that was going to be a big focal piece. So whoever we chose to manufacture it had to be as passionate as us about attention to detail and exceeding our client’s requirements.”
Dernier & Hamlyn also manufactured other bespoke light fittings including chandeliers and lanterns for other public areas of Ebury Square that showcased a multitude of the unique skills of the Dernier & Hamlyn design, manufacturing and technical teams.
Jo Littlefair continues: “Dernier & Hamlyn worked hard to design and produce perfect lighting solutions to meet both our aesthetic and technical needs. We and our clients are delighted with the end result and I have the utmost respect for what the company does and for the way they worked with us. From helping us to source what was needed to fulfil what we had presented as CGI design proposals through to the high quality manufacture and very accommodating installation team, we were very impressed and will continue to use them for many other prestigious client projects.”