Client: PACE Development Corporation
Team: David Collins Studio, L49
The Ritz-Carlton Residences are luxury apartments set within the iconic MahaNakhon development in the centre of Bangkok. Working closely with David Collins Studio, SEAM has developed lighting designs for the exterior drop off, main entrance lobby, amenity floor areas including private theatre, game room spa, pool, restaurant, resident's lounge areas, meeting rooms and cafe. Lighting for exterior terraces have been designed in collaboration with L49.
Client: Vogue, Pace
Team: David Collins Studio
The Vogue Lounge is one of Bangkok’s most exclusive establishments with an elegantly detailed interior evoking the atmosphere and mystique of early Hollywood and a stunning exterior terrace providing views on Bangkok’s newest destination – Mahanakhon Tower. Meticulous details and artisanal materiality throughout the interior instil a sense of opulent refinement. Evoking a photographer’s studio or the shimmer of the paparazzi, stylish framing projectors are carefully trained on photographs selected from the Vogue collection as well as works by Andy Warhol and other 20th century artist. Decorative pendants define an intimate space beneath concentric plaster shells, where couples can mingle in unrivaled ambiance.
Client: Maggie's Foundation
SEAM is honoured to be working together with AL_A to deliver a remarkeable space for people handling the impact of cancer to their lives.
St Tropez, France
Team: BALMOND / STUDIO, ARUP
The JBR Light Sculpture is a bespoke architectural feature ceiling installation by Balmond/ Studio for a hotel in St. Tropez. The lighting design for the sculpture involves simulation and interaction between light and modules comprised of dichroic panels to create various atmospheres, settings and light sequences. Through this project, SEAM is exploring movement and resultant colour of light through a floating modulated ceiling using variables of angle position and proximity of light sources to panel with the use of DMX controls for sequencing and dimming for input/output interactivity. Other lighting design includes standard architectural lighting and controls for multiple functions for the room as an event space.
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