Philip Greenwood, Author at Edison Light Globes Pty Ltd

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Period Industrial lighting for Goodwood Revival event

Period Industrial lighting for Goodwood Revival event was arranged for the Goodwood Mess facility to create a vintage ambiance in keeping with the now huge Goodwood racing theme. When we were contacted last year by the Goodwood Estate to provide light fixtures for their annual Goodwood Revival motor race we couldn’t think of a better […]

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Mad Mex and the porcelain festoon

Mad Mex and the porcelain festoon lighting design had us searching the world for an attractive porcelain festoon lampholder that would be straight forward to wire with cloth covered braided cable. What we found was this off white lampholder rated IP23. Established brand Mad Mex approached Morris Selvatico to design their prominent corner site at […]

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Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen Singapore

Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen Singapore is gorgeous. Design firm Wilson Associates have done a great job translating the London original restaurant design. It’s casual but polished. The whole restaurant itself seats about 149. There’s a bar upstairs facing the waterfront. Downstairs, we have this private dining area and the lively kitchen dining space. The […]

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The Gertrude Hotel and our AGM Insulator lights

The Gertrude Hotel chose our AGM Insulator lights with hardware for both pendants and wall lights in bronze. Located in one of Melbourne’s coolest locations, The Gertrude Hotel on Gertrude Street Fitzroy was due for an upgrade and they approached Edison Light Globes for assistance. The beautiful historic building was obviously a strong influence and we supplied […]