THANK YOU TO OUR GUESTS
Thanks to all of you who attended our Sixth Anniversary party, which was held at our Riverside Headquarters in SW18. The night began with delicious gin cocktails made by Hepple Gin, spicy meatballs from The Untouchaballs and a chance to review the latest technology in our showroom. We were delighted to see so many familiar faces from the great and good of the interiors world and we couldn’t have got here without you.
THE TECHNOLOGY THAT WE FEATURED
Guests had a chance to experience our new Demo Room, which features a 75-inch 4K Samsung screen with a Triad speakers surround system. It is sound-proofed with sumptuous fabrics from Fameed Khalique including platinum shaggy leather wall panels and hand-embroidered sequin wallcoverings. Music was played throughout the event on Architettura Sonora speakers. In other areas of our office, we also showcased a SIM2 Short-throw projector with Bang & Olufsen Beolab 18 speakers, a 3-meter smart mirror with a 55-inch TV including a mirror surface that highlights vital information as well as a pop-up TV trunk in horsehair with leather strapping and polished brass fixings by Simon Orrell Designs that features a 40-inch Panasonic screen.
FILM SCREENING OF ARCHITECTURAL GEM
In our new Demo Room, architect and film-maker Nilesh Patel of the Architects Film Studio presented his film exploring the representation of a widely published project by NÃall McLaughlin Architects, the RIBA Stirling Prize shortlisted Bishop Edward King Chapel at Ripon College. This was an exclusive preview before the world premiere at the Architecture and Design Film Festival in New York.
MOVING IMAGE ARTWORK BY MARTHA FIENNES
At nearby gallery Maestro Arts the award-winning film-maker, director, writer and artist Martha Fiennes unveiled her moving image artwork Nativity and utilised Tillman Domotics technology. The perfect sound of Steinway Lyngdorf D Series speakers is combined with stunning visuals on a variety of state-of-art-screens including a Samsung Ultra HD Curved TV, Xenia design mirrored TV and a beautifully classic Bang & Olufsen 4K Avant TV. Nativity is based on an exceptionally innovative technology allowing a non-repetitive and self-generating imagery editing system that allows the artist to explore the art of narrative through the medium of film. Nativity can be seen at Maestro Arts until 11 November, the Haifa Film Festival 15-24 October and at the V&A in December 2016.
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