Repurposing history is a term that is becoming more common place in our vocabulary these days, and with good reason. With limited space for new build hotels, restaurants and bars in our major cities we must look to a principle of adaptive reuse of older buildings.
It is both ethically and morally sound to reclaim old buildings, and by keeping the historical fabric we ensure a link to the past and of a local landmark. This then provides interior designers and architects the opportunity to re-create inspiring new interiors with an historical atmosphere, but modernised to meet the needs of today’s traveller.
Baulmann Leuchten work with interior designers and architects to create custom lighting for hospitality projects worldwide. They help to realise ideas from simple sketches to full blown CAD concept designs. They sympathetically reproduce working designs for MUR’s and then complete manufacturing for rollouts to meet client expectations.
The collection you see was created in-house to showcase the capabilities of Baulmann’s design team, and is a platform by which they can show their understanding of “design intent”.
This art-deco themed, guestroom lighting collection takes many design elements from the period and then incorporates the latest technologies in lighting, controls and manufacturing techniques.
The metal frames are finished in either a brushed brass and black effect or dark bronze, with a brushed brass collar to finish off the design. Opal acrylic diffusors hide the warm white (3000K) LEDs.