Theatre On The Bay – Camps Bay

Theatre On The Bay – Camps Bay

“Taking a bow”, a bronze sculpture by Egon Tania and Guy du Toit commands the space at the front of the theatre. LED lighting into in-ground up-lights accentuates the texture of the piece and mimics old fashioned stage lighting.

In addition to low maintenance led lighting, the fittings selected also had to be vandal proof.

Selkirk House – Hermanus

Selkirk House – Hermanus

This contemporary 5 star boutique hotel in the seaside town of Hermanus was created out of an existing structure. Working within the parameters of an existing building Newport Lighting conceptualised a new lighting design and selected fittings to compliment the eclectic décor.

P&G – Sydney Max

P&G – Sydney Max

Architecture – Saota (Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects)
Décor – M Interiors

The first Sydney Max double arm floor lamp commissioned from Newport Lighting by the client for this iconic house in Clifton’s Nettleton road. A statement piece in keeping with the scale and proportion of this imposing home.

Island View – Greenpoint

Island View – Greenpoint

Interior Design & Décor – M Interiors

With the complete redesign of this apartment the challenge of low concrete ceilings was met with the introduction of bulkheads housing spotlights and concealed led lighting.

The decorative pieces selected perform specific functions such as the Vibia balance floor lamp which can provide lighting over the living room and then be moved over the dining room table.

Gold Bar – Coco

Gold Bar – Coco

Interior Design & Décor – Soda Creations

Decorative and accent lighting from the Nordlux range provide a contemporary edge to a classically luxurious space.