NDYLIGHT Shines Again

NDYLIGHT has once again been lauded for architectural lighting brilliance, winning the prestigious “Best Commercial Interior Design Group 2016 – UK & Architectural Lighting Team of the Year” in the Sustainable Building Awards. The award was the result of several high profile successful projects over the past twelve months.

Lauren Lever, NDYLIGHT UK studio manager says this latest award is a reflection of the team’s contribution across a range sectors and projects.

“Lighting affects every aspect of a space, from the way people feel, to the cost of maintaining it. My team and I work closely with the client, architects, interior designers and developers to create an innovative lighting scheme for each project. Our goal is to provide a solution that complements the building’s form and function, creating a unique atmosphere and identity. We blend engineering and art to create usable, efficient spaces that offer a beautiful visual appeal, while supporting the wellbeing of the people using it.”

Fenwick project, London 2016
Fenwick project, London 2016


As a multinational lighting design consultancy, NDYLIGHT works with clients across all stages of a project, with the aim of creating innovative and sustainable solutions that enhance the occupier experience.

“Lighting consumes 19% of the world’s electricity,” adds Lever. “NDYLIGHT understands how the right lighting design is not only more economical but environmentally sustainable too. Having an energy efficient solution can really have an effect on how a room, building, company, and even a nation effectively utilises energy.”

With many high profile projects across the globe, and an enviable collection of awards, NDYLIGHT are the sought after experts in the field of sustainable lighting design.

Selfridges Shoe Galleries
Selfridges Shoe Galleries


“Our team had contributed to projects across the world, from Selfridges’ The Shoe Galleries and Fenwick here in London through to Zayed University in Prague and 33 Mackenzie Street in Melbourne, Australia.

“In the last year, we have created some real momentum, with several projects shortlisted for other awards, including the lighting design awards in April. The added recognition pushes us to produce more innovative lighting solutions that set our clients apart from their peers.”

33 Mackenzie Street, Melbourne
33 Mackenzie Street, Melbourne


Lever says that the essence of good lighting design starts with having an understanding of the client’s needs by taking a holistic approach to lighting.

“We work very hard to provide our clients with unique solutions that enhance the space, so to have that recognised with this award is rewarding. Our London team is very proud of this award, and are excited that our work is being received so well. We look forward to our ongoing contributions in innovative and attractive sustainable lighting solutions for future generations.”

This nomination builds on what has been an outstanding year for the NDYLIGHT London team with recognition of:

  • Shortlisted for Lux Awards 2016 (Fenwick New Bond Street)
  • Shortlisted for the Retail Week Interiors Awards 2016 (Fenwick New Bond Street)
  • Winner of Best Commercial Interior Design Group 2016 – UK & Architectural Lighting Team of the Year:  NDYLIGHT