A look at Dernier & Hamlyn'a lighting at Rosewood London bar

Martin Brudnizki, an interior design and interior architecture studio in London and New York, has tapped Dernier & Hamlyn to produce the lighting for the signature bar at the newly opened luxury hotel Rosewood London.

Dernier & Hamlyn, designers and manufacturers of chandeliers and historic lighting, has been manufacturing bespoke lighting in London since 1888.

The hotel’s interiors draw on classic British design and culture. The bar has Dernier & Hamlyn crafted globe chandeliers that have been hand finished with a verdigris effect. These are complemented by lamps with bronze bases and opal glass shades that add further dimension to the wooden bar that runs the length of this room.

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Oval pendants are currently being made at Dernier & Hamlyn’s London factory and will be installed in the hotel’s Hoborn Dining Room, also designed by Martin Brudnizki. This is slated to open in Spring 2014.

Martin Brudnizki has worked with Dernier & Hamlyn on various projects, with the company selected for its quality bespoke lighting for high-end hospitality clients.

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