Villa, Basavanagudi, Bangalore
We commissioned this project in Jan 2016. Given the extremely contemporary, futuristic architecture, we had to have an out of the box solution to accentuate the already stunning architecture of the house. As the ceiling was a 3-d curve, we used diffused panel lights of different sizes to achieve an even brightness across the floor area. We used deep recessed spot lights in all the other areas to avoid the glare of lights and give a soft feel to the same. Cool white lighting was used to enhance the white spaces of the house. 440 half watt lights were used on the walls and ceiling of the home theatre to provide an effect of starry sky.
St. Andrews Church, Cubbon Road, Bangalore
The project was commissioned in Nov 2014 to commemorate the 150th Annniversary. The lighting design used in the church has a biblical meaning along with enhancing the aesthetics of the church. The main atrium lights are made of copper, which is a symbol of purity and we created patterns of butterflies on each pillar using lighting as butterflied denote transformation and are deep and powerful representations of life. Enfrien custom designed over 10 different fixtures to give the unique look and feel for the church, all in a span of 4 months i.e from designing to commissioning the lights.
Genesis Hotel, Ville Parle, Mumbai
We finished commissioning of the lights for the facade in 2015.
We illuminated the pillars of the facade measuring 24 meters high (which were only 21 inches wide) without having any spill over light into the guest bed rooms, which even large companies failed to do by custom designing a light with a beam angle of 1 degree. We had a dimensional constraint along with the constraint that only one light had to be used above the ledge of the building to avoid any interference with the aesthetics of the building.
Aarthi Multiplex, Dindigul
Aarthi Multiplex is a 5 screen multiplex in Dindigul. We implemented 5 unique concepts of lighting in 5 screens which include themes of fire, earth, water, sky and kites. The lighting for the box office was also carefully crafted for giving a premium and rich experience for the people of Dindigul.