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hám visit decorex 2012... scouting for talent


Location: Royal Hospital, Chelsea, London Event: Decorex 2012

Reporting: Ilana Carr

The Little Greene Paint Co had an impressive installation art piece showcasing their colour ways. These are Little Greene paint brushes dipped into Little Greene paint and set into a pantone style grid, this was a crowd pleaser and we loved their approach. Our favourite stand of the day...

Christopher Guy's installation was also rather impressive, a white noise of polystyrene was a talking point throughout the day.

We enjoyed Le Deun Luminaires LED and bronze designs, taking a nod to the traditional chandelier and injecting modern and durable lighting methods. There were an array of designs, for indoor and external lighting...

We also visited the Andrew Martin stand, based on the up coming sci-fi film, Prometheus, this was an impressive stand already spotted by hám at Maison Objet in Paris... this was an impressive stand, however may not have showcased Andrew Martin products in their best light. This was still an enjoyable aesthetic experience.. 

we look forward to next year's show and enjoyed 2012's edition...

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hám project at old park lane office...


designed by Hám

Hám designed Circleplane's new office suite on Old Park Lane, Mayfair, London from spatial planning to furnishings

Joanna Barr headed up the design.

The Client needed to move from their existing offices into Old Park Lane in just 6 weeks so we were on a very fast turn around.  It was an empty shell so we needed to totally transform this very bland space into a comfortable and practical working environment that was also smart and stylish.
There was not a lot of space to work with but we managed to incorporate a glass meeting room and kitchenette to service both the Directors office, receptionists area and Main office. We managed to pull it off and the Clients were able to move in on time with very little disruption!