The Lanesborough Hotel99 Walton Street shop refurbishment November 2014Beautiful 1950 Parisian perfume bottles converted for use as lampsSelwyn College, Cambridge. Choir stall lights. Club picture and library lightsSavoy suite lampsSavoy Hotel- console and desk lampsTwickenham riverside town house project. Caroline Fooks Design. Besselink and Jones are an invaluable resource for projects both in the country and within London. A number of standard lamps and tea caddies from the range have lent themselves very well to a project in Barbados.The Royal Russell School Surrey. Examples of lighting in the grand hall and entrance way.David Tang, China Club Beijing. Using T5-010 base and silk pumpkin shades.Elegant chandeliers installed at St Thomas of Canterbury in Fulham as part of its recent refurbishment. Designed with hand painted and gilded chandeliers to hang throughout the church. Law Society building, Nickel ring chandelier with hanging pendant lightsLights for a Dorset RectoryYacht Interiors. We have worked with yacht designers and builders in the UK, US, Holland, Germany, Italy, New Zealand and Australia and are experienced in making lights for the marine environment.Bathroom Suite. Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh by Olga Polizzi. Beauchamp Place, LondonThe 1618 dining Hall, Exeter College Oxford.Conversion. Various private commissions to convert lovely old tins into lamps.In the studio and home of photographer Rodney Smith, New York. Just black and white. The white powder coated range shows off the wonderful profile of traditional lights.Design by Pierre Serrurier shown using T2-014 Arrow counterbalance desk lampChoir Stall lights in bronze and hand painted shades.Cloakroom designed by Grant White using W3-012 1-arm denton wall light on medium backplate We work with designers to create lights from original ideas.Grand Hall by Kate Ainsley-Williams, using W4-042 Empire wall storm lightsLighting with Zoffany paint colours.Study as designed by Alidad. Using W2-001 3-arm library light Marbles. Private commission to put a much loved marble collection to good use.A design by Annie Waite, the Bar at the Queens Tennis Club. Using Smartie major floor lamp and a 16" pendant bowlRooms prepared with Besselink lighting and lampshades made with Jim Thompson fabric.A Todhunter design using a long neck jar in ochre and an onion shaped jar in burgundy Library Lights in the book shop, Barneys New YorkAustin Patterson Disston Architects is a full-service architectural and planning firm with offices in Southport, Connecticut and Quogue, New York. High quality projects in all fields of residential, institutional and commercial work Austin Patterson DiThe Dorchester HotelOxford and Cambridge Club