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The LH-42 – a Classic Chair Design | Timeless Chair | Luke Hughes

  • Luke Hughes
  • 26.08.2021
  • News
‘Fresh, versatile, robust and timeless – a design classic’. Such has been the response to the new LH-42 stacking chair range, from architects and clients alike.
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Sainsbury Laboratory, Botanic Institute, Cambridge | Blog

The Cambridge University Botanic Garden was the brainchild of John Stevens Henslow, Professor of Botany at the University from 1825 until his death in 1861 and the loved ...
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Cambridge Consultants, UK | Blog

  • Seb Egan
  • 04.12.2020
  • News
Cambridge Consultants needed an impressive client-facing meeting room that would provide a comfortable meeting environment and the capability to be reconfigured quickly ...
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Sheffield Cathedral | Blog

In 2,000 years of evolution of ecclesiastical architecture, no one thought about stacking pews until the team at Luke Hughes invented them as the next generation of ...
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UCL Howland Street | Blog

The Sainsbury Wellcome Centre for Neural Circuits and Behaviour is an award-winning state-of-the-art facility for experimental neuroscience research at University ...
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Unilever London HQ | Blog

The British arm of Unilever, arguably Luke Hughes biggest corporate client and one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies, commissioned the design of high end ...
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City of London School Library | Blog

Luke Hughes had the challenge of transforming the well-used but poorly organised student library at City of London School. Design objectives included not only making the ...
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Dining Hall Trinity Hall, Cambridge | Blog

In 2015, Luke Hughes was commissioned by Trinity Hall, Cambridge to redesign the Dining Hall furniture as part of a general refurbishment project. Amongst the challenges ...
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UK Supreme Court | Blog

The challenge for the conservation architects, Feilden & Mawson, was how to give this building another hundred-year life expectancy and turn it into a viable modern ...
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