DHA Designs are delighted to be part of the winning team for the competition to create the National Holocaust Memorial, located in Victoria Tower Gardens near the Houses of Parliament.
The competition was conceived by the UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation to remember the 6 million Jewish people that were murdered during the Holocaust, as well as all other victims of Nazi persecution.
DHA Designs are currently focusing the lighting for the Bristol Aerospace Museum at Filton.
Michelin-starred Eneko Atxa’s stylish Basque restaurant and wine bar opened in the heart of London in September.
DHA Designs worked alongside Casson Mann who introduced a sleek copper staircase from street-level to mezzanine and revealed and restored the original steel columns to give a greater sense of space to the below-ground dining room.
DHA Design’s scheme features concealed LED sources to give the impression of natural light falling into the space, making the restaurant light and airy by day, then switching to a cosier ambience from warm colour temperatures after dark.
The space is relaxed yet theatrical with each curved booth spotlit like a stage, with a backdrop of sculptural flowers.
© Nick Rochowski
DHA Designs provided lighting schemes for both the majestic central Hintze Hall, and the coinciding exhibition Whales: Beneath the Surface. To accompany the The Natural History Museum’s unveiling of the new Blue Whale in the Hintze Hall, a new exhibition opened at the same time emphasising the museum’s shift in emphasis from extinct marvels to endangered wonders.
Whales: Beneath the surface provides visitors with the chance to encounter some of the largest objects in the museums vast collection, and to reveal the complex lives of the biggest animals on the planet. On display there are more than 100 specimens which range from huge skeletons, skulls and most impressively the preserved flipper of a blue whale.
Whales: Beneath the Surface. ©Natural History Museum
The exhibition is open until February 28, 2018 at Natural History Museum, East Lawn, Exhibition Rd, London SW7 5BD, United Kingdom.
DHA Designs have provided the lighting scheme for a new porcelain-tiled entrance and underground exhibition hall at the Victoria and Albert Museum with AL_A. The V&A Exhibition Road Quarter opened to the public on 30 June 2017 and includes a new entrance to the museum along with additional gallery space and a courtyard.
The £54 million scheme by London based firm Amanda Levete Architects is the largest development at the museum for over 100 years and provides over 6,000 square metres of additional space.
DHA provided the lighting scheme for the entrance facade, Sackler Courtyard, new entrance interior and the underground Sainsbury gallery.
Exhibition Road entrance ©HuftonCrow
New Entrance Interior ©HuftonCrow