Luminaires have recently completed the lighting for the Embassy Room, which is situated on the first floor in The British, North Quay, Douglas.
Interest begins with an illuminated carafe display seen behind main, ground floor bar, providing a glimpse of the new stairway and the recessed wall lights which illuminate each stair tread. The entrance to the Embassy Room is through a doorway, intriguing and welcoming, as the whole leatherette panel door is illuminated by a continuous light, concealed within the doorframe. The use of concealed lighting continues up the stairwell and onto the landing, enhancing the interesting hanging features and coving details.
Bespoke lighting for Embassy Room
Arriving in the newly refurbished Embassy Room, the scale of this great architectural space become apparent, large, original Arts & Crafts windows let natural daylight illuminate the space during the day, while the introduction of a bespoke, lighting raft manufactured by G.J. Ingham & Sons, offer a subtle platform to highlight the original, decorative coving and newly sourced portraits of varies famous characters that hang on the walls, which have all been give the correct spotlight they deserve!
The two demountable walls offers flexibility to the size of room required for a private function or public event. There is high demand for this quality venue in Douglas.