The innovative design by architects Carmody Groarke converts a magnificent gallery on the top floor of Aston Webb’s Grade I Listed 1909 wing into a beautiful new dedicated space for V&A Members. Formerly a study room between 1916 – 21, and later the National Art Library offices, the brief was to return this room to its core principles as a place for contemplation, creative thought and enjoyment.
PJC Light Studio was appointed by the V&A to reflect this brief within the lighting design. Reinventing this vast space, the introduction of bespoke pendants together with careful integrated lighting details help to accentuate the qualities of the original building through.
Winner in Hospitality, Leisure and Faith Project of the Year
Lux Awards 2018
Highly Commended in Hotel and Restaurant Project of the Year