The event organisers used the Anglepoise Type75 to help light the expedition pieces on the table. You can see from the images above how well this works. BACK TO THE FUTURE: Sir Basil Spence (1907-1976), Celebration of a Modern Architect 19th October 2007 – 10th February 2008 Dean Gallery, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh The exhibition, which has been jointly devised and curated by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) and the National Galleries of Scotland, draws largely on the Sir Basil Spence Archive held at RCAHMS. The exhibition considers Spence’s extraordinary career which spanned a time of great social change within Britain. Few architects can match the variety of work which he achieved which included a Cathedral, an airport, country houses, universities and an embassy. A wealth of fascinating original material is organised in a series of themes and case studies which explore these key achievements as well as Spence’s less well known works.
Custom House is a selection of bars and restaurants in a prime waterfront location in Copenhagen, Denmark, which opened on the 6th December 2006. The exterior of the building, formerly a customs office, has been carefully restored to its original appearance, including the traditional dark brown of the old Toldkammeret (Custom House) while the interior has been opened up into an inviting and sophisticated space.Moller & Rothe and Conran Partners cooperated on the interior lighting concept and selected the Anglepoise Type75 as a lighting solution for the bar. A bespoke version of the Type75 was created and fixed to the ceiling, giving the bar a touch of originality. www.customhouse.dk