Industrial Lights by Tony Miles Designs
At Warehouse Home, we’ve been longstanding admirers of Tony Miles’ industrial lighting designs. With many years’ experience working as an electrician in London, Tony Miles has finely honed his knowledge of the full spectrum of lighting fixtures and designs. His own beautifully crafted lighting designs have featured in homes across the UK, and his impressive commercial projects have included The Tea Building in Shoreditch and Shepperton Film Studios as well as bars, cafes and shops across London.
You may already recognise Tony’s designs from both Warehouse Home Issue One and Warehouse Home Issue Two; his handmade bespoke designs are formed from industrial steel piping into bold contemporary shapes, completed with handmade filament bulbs and dimmer switches.
Tony Miles’ latest commercial project – at The Rectory in Nottingham – involved a diverse range of innovative lighting designs created exclusively for the venue’s characterful spaces. The house dates from the 18th and 19th centuries, and its rooms feature exposed wooden beams and vaulted brickwork. Each of Tony’s lighting solutions was designed and adapted for the individual space and its purpose.
Aside from being a very talented designer, Tony Miles is also a thoroughly nice chap – and a pleasure to work with. He’s assured us that no project is too small, too large or too crazy – so there’s a challenge! Take a look at his website to explore his previous projects and get in contact with Tony directly to discuss your project.
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