Litestructures believes that producing a great art piece or feat of architecture requires a balanced combination of modern technologies – machinery and techniques as well as good old-fashioned craftsmanship.
Our main aim is to understand the client’s original inspiration, concept and vision. By understanding and maintaining the essence and spirit of the original idea, whilst focusing on fine detail, we produce something that authentically captures and conveys the client’s intent.
Having worked on a variety of projects, Litestructures has experience of installing in diverse locations, from harbours and swimming pools to museums and galleries. Our unique structures can add a new dimension to any space, enhancing the experience of users and operators alike.
Westfield Digital Fountain
Renowned installation artists Jason Bruges Studio, in conjunction with Litestructures, designed and manufactured the world’s first digital water feature for the Westfield shopping centre in Stratford, East London.
‘Volume’ first appeared in the John Madejski garden at the heart of London’s Victoria & Albert museum. Based on concept by United Visual Artists and one point six, ‘Volume’ would be a truly inspiring interactive light and sound sculpture.
SpinVox Wishing Well
As part of London’s Christmas Delight campaign, Old Covent Garden Market became the home of a mysterious mirrored, toblerone-shaped pavilion: SpinVox’s interactive Wishing Well.
Grosvenor House Apartments
A striking luminous pendant comprises a series of fabric-covered aluminium frames assembled in a concentric orientation.
“Untitled (UFO)” was a unique high-altitude art project conceived by artist Peter Coffin and created in collaboration with London-based Cinimod Studio.
O2 Memory Project
An exciting community artwork, commissioned by O2 and inspired by Bluebook, The Memory Project is an interactive installation piece conceived to prompt thought and discussion around the temporary nature of our digital memories.
Le Bioscope is an amusement park in a remote part of the Alsace region of France. Litestructures designed, manufactured and installed a solution for its innovative ‘Sleep and Dreams’ Pavilion – an inflatable, fabric structure that is one of a kind.
Litestructures manufactured this unique installation for ‘The Hub’ – Doncaster College’s state-of-the-art, multi-million pound waterfront campus.
Saudi Arabian oil giant Aramco commissioned a special signature sculpture for their corporate HQ. Appropriately, the chosen concept was to create a sculptural representation of ‘drilling for oil’.
Restaurant chain Itsu was keen to bring a new excitement and visual prominence to their Heathrow Terminal 5 outlet.
Located on the outskirts of Murcia in Spain, Nueva Condomina is one of the largest shopping centres in Mediterranean Europe.
‘Fragment’ was a light installation that was to coincide with the refit of the Level Shoe District in the Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping centre.
The brief given to Litestructures was to deliver an impossible bridge structure that would behave like a piece of paper.