Holloways of Ludlow, again working with Concorde BGW, supplied many of the light fittings for the refurbishment of The Princess of Shoreditch. The Princess of Shoreditch is owned by Scott Hunter and Maria Larsen. Scott and Maria bought the pub in October 2008 after a year looking for the 'perfect pub'.
I had a great dinner at Byron on the King's Road recently. Fantastic burgers (as always) and the most incredible chocolate milk shake - I am such a kid! Also loved this cluster of George Nelson pendants that looks just great in the middle of the restaurant.
I was wandering around Westfield (as you do) and spotted these lights at Tapas Revolution. The industrial lighting look has been gathering pace for many years now as has the move to bare bulbs, particularly the old style bulbs with the intricate glowing filaments.
Holloways of Ludlow worked closely with designers Concorde BGW to develop the lighting scheme for Tom's Kitchen in Chelsea - Tom Aiken's friendly and buzzing restaurant in Cale Street, Chelsea. We love the trestle tables and simply fabulous, honest food. Each ingredient is sourced from small farmers and the traditionally British dishes are simply fantastic. A great place to meet friends and have a relaxed, fun evening.
Over the years Holloways of Ludlow have supplied fixtures and fittings to almost every Soho House project. Recently, we were a key supplier to Shoreditch House which incoporates a private members' club, hotel, bars, cinema, rooftop pool, bowling alley and much more.