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Lynton House Modular Shelving Display

Lynton House Modular Shelving Display

Lynton House is an iconic building in the heart of London – a stone’s throw away from St Pancras International, Kings Cross, and the designer-centric area of Clerkenwell.

After previously working with designer Caitríona O’Sullivan on the Mondrian Sea Containers hotel, in which the displays were a great success, we collaborated again on the Grade A office interior of Lynton House. After recently undergoing an extensive refurbishment, a new reconfigurable display was needed to add a new dimension to the reception area, that complemented the existing palette whilst housing objet d’art.

SOL, our contemporary modular display system, was perfect for this challenge. 35mm in depth with a 3-way channel, the use of SOL resulted in a flexible shelving display that merged perfectly with the black backdrop.

Elegant Design & Simple Construction

SOL was created to combine effortless construction and elegant design. Made up of modular lengths that interconnect to make rectilinear configurations, SOL is designed to take a variety of objects and display them in a contemporary fashion.

For this particular project, our brief was to create a feature point that could be fixed to the existing slate walls. By designing bespoke brackets, we could mount the display onto the wall in a way that allowed the team at Lynton House to move the entire display in the future, should they wish to.

We also created bespoke shelves, manufactured from slimline 2mm powder coated aluminium, ensuring focus was on the objects themselves.

Collaboratively Designed

SOL’s prowess as a designer-friendly modular system is exemplified by its creation – as it was produced in collaboration with renowned British designer, Tom Dixon. A now-iconic feature of the system is its matte black finish, 

Since, it has been used in high profile retail environments, exhibitions and commercial interiors. Tom Dixon used the system in their London-based retail store and most recently in their worldwide shop-in-shop & concession rollout, whilst retailers such as Multiyork have constructed room sets surrounding furniture, showing the multi-faceted application of the SOL system.

The Result

SOL has provided Lynton House with a reconfigurable, contemporary display solution, fitting into the modern reception environment perfectly.