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Michael Grubb Studio collaborated (once again) with LOVE Creative to create a world class visitor experience within the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin – this time it was to bring the Guinness brewing process to life. Using a combination of interactive exhibits, spatial and lighting design, along with new film footage and photography, the team designed a […]
Michael Grubb Studio won the ‘invited competition’ to provide lighting design services for London Metropolitan University’s Holloway Campus. The project seeks to unify a disparate collection of existing buildings and provide a new ‘heart’ at the centre of campus. Michael Grubb Studio will be working in conjunction with Gustafson Porter + Bowman (Landscape Architects), Design […]
Michael Grubb Studio is delighted to announce that we have appointed by Landsec (formerly Land Securities) to provide lighting design services for the Plaza at Bluewater Shopping Centre. Shopping is an experience at this beautifully designed centre in north Kent. It opened in 1999 and continues to be one of the best retail and leisure […]
Michael Grubb Studio was appointed by London’s Science Museum to provide lighting design services for ‘Superbugs, the fight for our lives’ – which runs until the 9th November 2017. Antibiotics have enabled us to combat diseases that were once untreatable. But bacteria have fought back, evolving into superbugs resistant to even the most powerful antibiotics. […]
Michael has accepted an invitation for ExpoTrade to provide a keynote speach at the the 7th edition of the Middle East Lighting Design Summit, which is set to take place in Dubai on 2-3 May 2018. Michael will be joined by over 30 other industry experts from across the GCC region, all of which will […]
Michael presented ‘Create retail experiences, not showrooms!’ at the biannual PLDC Convention – a global lighting design conference for lighting designers, architects, researchers, universities, industry and clients. PLDC brought together over 2000 attendees from over 25 associations. This included representatives from 38 universities and institutes, all travelling from various cities from around the globe. Michael […]
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