Completed! Grade II listed interiors of the historic building at 33 Wigmore Street in central London have been refurbished to re-present the historic entrance hall and related spaces in a way [...]
Michael Henley seeks to communicate the transience of organic matter, animals and bone in a state of constant metamorphosis. The heavily worked graphite pieces are layered and coupled with an [...]
The exhibition, by artist Sophie Teh, consists of two suspended, rotating painted fabric sculptures. The Smallest Gallery in Soho is a short walk from Chinatown where restaurants customarily [...]
We have been asked to assist interior designers and architects Forme UK with lighting design for the Grade II listed interiors of the historic building at 33 Wigmore Street. A celebrated interior [...]
The gallery space is inhabited by a creature by artist Svetlana Ochkovskaya, guest curated by Olga Tarasova. Arising from the sea of pebbles, the cryptic creature simultaneously encounters [...]
Annya Sand will be painting within the gallery space from blank canvas to a finished work, never knowing the exact end of her composition.
Lighting for people, architecture and art. Syntax Lighting was founded in April 2011, and so this month celebrates ten years of architectural lighting, having lit buildings and built environments [...]
Right to Climb is a public installation by Iraqi/Kurdish artist Walid Siti (b.1954) for London Festival of Architecture, responding to its theme of ‘power’. Siti’s twisting tower hangs from the [...]
The project included a new lighting scheme for the surgeries and public areas, including dynamic white elements to complement natural daylight and wireless lighting control system. One of the [...]
Completed! The project included complete change and upgrade of the entire lighting installation and a significant improvement of the existing lighting scheme, originally built about 15 years ago. [...]
A new installation by London based artist James Tailor! Under unique circumstances the gallery, where art is only to be viewed from the street, is a cultural location that can be visited whilst [...]
The Smallest Gallery in Soho is delighted to present a new installation by London based artist Frank Laws, ‘Monuments’. Two paintings are presented on brick columns, referencing the traditional [...]
We have recently entered a competition as part of the team with dear friend and colleague, lighting designer Alkestie Skarlatou. We teamed up under the evocative name: two small companies.
We are busy designing lighting for a new office space for a broadband company Hyperoptic, based in London. In close collaboration with the team of architects from Studio Autori, we are developing [...]
The Smallest Gallery in Soho is delighted to present a new installation by London based artist Lise Bouissière. The title of the work ‘Roller Coaster’ is inspired by London’s cityscape and the [...]
The latest installation titled ‘Autocity’ is by Patrick Moses, an Action Space studio artist. The work represents the constant movement, rhythms of colour and sound in Patrick’s life. Using [...]
This interactive piece, by London based visual artist James Burke, uses social media as a key component of the performance; a compressor sits on a plinth with an un-inflated balloon attached, [...]
The latest installation is by San Francisco based artist Strider Patton. Showing a room divided. One side sterile white, the other side, a blast of colour, shapes, patterns and energy. Patton’s [...]
Richard Anderson Bespoke Tailors of Savile Row in London has undergone a substantial refurbishment over the last month, which included a significant improvement of the existing lighting scheme, [...]
Artist Ian Berry, known for his works made just out of denim, has turned The Smallest Gallery in Soho into a vintage record store. It is a response to the ever-changing high street. Gone are the [...]
The latest installation ‘Soho Tableaux’ created by artist Damien Frost celebrates art, fashion, diversity and self-expression at its best. Damien Frost has created this wonderful image in a style [...]
We are pleased to share that our project Vicarage Gate House in London has been featured in the July-September 2018 issue of the specialist lighting magazine Lighting Today, based in Singapore.
Syntax Lighting practice has been featured in the April-May 2018 issue of the arc magazine, a leading specialist international magazine focusing on lighting in architecture, based in the United [...]
We are inviting you to look at this universe of a Soho room and home. 62 Dean Street, London, W1D 4QF. On display until June 2018! The Smallest Gallery in Soho is delighted to present a new [...]
We have teamed up with Alkestie Skarlatou to enter a competition for the exhibition revolving around the theme ‘The Medium is the Message’, the famous statement by the Canadian scientist Marshall [...]
We are very happy to have been able to help the artists make their work shine! On display until the end of March 2018! The Smallest Gallery in Soho is a historic shop-front which faces onto Dean [...]
We are delighted to share the news that our project Vicarage Gate House in London was Highly Commended at the Lux Awards event last week, in the category: Outdoor Lighting Project of the [...]
We are pleased to announce that our project Vicarage Gate House in London has been shortlisted for the Lux Award 2017 in the category Outdoor Lighting Project of the Year. The Lux Awards are [...]
We have recently entered the Croydon Streetscape competition as part of the team headed by Studio Ageli, an architectural practice based in London. The competition was initiated by Croydon [...]
We enjoyed the afternoon at our favourite local Japanese restaurant in Camden, which was fantastic as always with beautifully presented and super delicious food. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The final stages of our lighting design, comprising of lighting control setting-up, are now being completed. We would encourage passers-by to have a look at an exceptional piece of new-built [...]
The Flower Bar and School on 221 Brompton Road in London, an independent flower shop also offering classes, is now open to public. We worked closely with Kima Architecture to deliver this [...]
Syntax Lighting principal Ana Stojadinovic has been invited by the exhibition organizers (Messe Frankfurt HK Ltd. and The Exhibiz Co.,Ltd.) to deliver a keynote lecture at the Thailand Lighting [...]
Syntax Lighting has recently completed concept design proposals for external lighting to the main facades of One Palace Street development. In line with the principal objective of the project to [...]
We are pleased to say that Maximilian Kompatscher will be joining Syntax Lighting to assist with the increasing design workload on our growing project portfolio. With the architectural design [...]
We are pleased to be involved with lighting design for an Artist Studio in St Johns Wood, an existing studio within a Grade II listed building, which is being altered to meet the requirements of [...]
We are excited to be working on One Palace Street, an ambitious redevelopment of an urban block just opposite Buckingham Palace, consisting of six existing buildings, two of which are Grade II [...]
We are pleased to share our excitement with the construction progress of our project Vicarage Gate House, due for completion next year. We have been working closely with Eric Parry Architects and [...]
On a project of two adjoining Georgian terraced houses, our involvement stretched over more than 2 years for the design, specification and completion of the exterior and interior lighting for 5 [...]
We are pleased to announce that our project Villa Cape Yamu in Phuket, Thailand has been shortlisted for the most prestigious UK Lighting Design Award 2014 in the category International Project [...]
Ana Stojadinovic has been asked to assist The Lighting Education Trust (LET) by giving a lecture at Brunel University as part of the lighting module. The subject matter was Integrated Lighting II [...]
Our recently completed project Villa Cape Yamu in Phuket, Thailand has been featured in the October-December 2013 issue of the specialist lighting magazine Lighting Today, based in Singapore.
Our recently completed project Villa Cape Yamu in Phuket, Thailand has been featured on illumni – The World of Creative Lighting Design, an online lighting design magazine, based in Australia.
A group of interior design students from Raffles International Institute, Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia, headed by their Interior Design lecturer Sandra Draskovic, visited Syntax Lighting studio as [...]
Syntax Lighting principal Ana Stojadinovic has given a talk to a group of architects at ARP studio in London. The talk covered principal aspects to consider in high quality independent [...]
Syntax Lighting principal Ana Stojadinovic has given a talk to a group of landscape architects at HED studio in Winchester. The talk titled Independent Architectural Lighting Design – First [...]
A short interview with Syntax Lighting principal Ana Stojadinovic has been published in the Lighting magazine as part of the magazine regular feature Quizzed.
Ana Stojadinovic has been invited to give a presentation on architectural lighting design to the architectural students at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. It has been a truly [...]