.PSLAB’s Site Specific Lighting


Are you in the middle of a home/office design project? At Trendland, we are always on the lookout for the best creative design houses, and love finding out about their processes. Today, we are taking a look at the custom lighting created by .PSLAB, a lighting company based in Beirut. As lighting instructs our  perceptions, a stylized approach can be the definitive design element to take your project to the next level. .PSLAB makes sure to stay ahead of all trends by creating custom solutions.  As an atelier for lighting, .PSLAB sizes up the site and the clients needs, and then designs and manufactures custom lighting pieces.  We hope this inspires your next remodel! The services of .PSLAB cannot be missed for a truly spectacular space.

For this private residence in Lebanon, a lighting structure was built to highlight and complement the staircase’s shape.

For Thierry Costes’ Maison Thoumieux in Paris, these fixtures were designed to complement the graphic wallpaper, and were used in two different sizes in the hotel and restaurant.

Iris, a rooftop cocktail lounge and restaurant in Beirut.

Site-specific treatment for the Barbican Centre Foodhall with light fixtures which were conceived to suit the ‘rough’ style of the building fabric and also to abide by the restrictions encountered within a listed building.

As a full service, site specific atelier, the work of .PSLAB is currently gracing private homes in London, art galleries in Beirut, restaurants in Rome, hotels in Paris, conceptual boutiques in Antwerp, offices in Berlin and at events and in public spaces worldwide.

More information at http://www.pslab.net/

Amanda Jakubik

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