Lighting Design

Light as a medium through which architecture intentions can be heightened and spaces transformed.
Our job: help you answer the following question:

Why and how illuminate a space ?

From single room to complex building, from simple advice to entire lighting scheme and control definition
We work on public and private projects, investigating how light can best be employed to reveal scope, space and form.
We look for the best technology to achieve a functional, creative and environmental result.
We are commissioned by private clients, architects, interior designers, landscape designers, city councils and museums for residential, retail, restaurant, Heritage and museum lighting.

Global approach

From initial design concept to final implementation​.

Experience

Lighting Design – Project Management.

Expertise

LED technology, light, electronics, optics.

Market knowledge

We maintain a database of 400+ suppliers – We always look for the most appropriate technologies and products – We stay updated on regulations.

Suppliers

Our partners, but we keep our independence.

Pierre Bachy is a Chartered Engineer from Ecole Centrale Marseille (one of the top Engineering Schools in France), where he specialized in Electronics and Optics. He also has an MBA from Ecole des Ponts, Paris.
Pierre spent 15 years in technical and marketing positions in technology industries and LED suppliers. He could see white LEDs emerging in general lighting.
​He decided to apply his knowledge on lighting design matters : he specialized on lighting theory and techniques in 2010 at Association Française de l’Eclairage (French Lighting Association) and with several top lighting manufacturers.
He launched his own practice in 2011 (INLED eurl) in the south of France.
Pierre is now based in London, working on lighting projects of varying scopes and budgets, both in the UK and in France.

Working seamlessly from London, Pierre collaborates locally to each project with highly experienced minds from various backgrounds, to deliver highest value.