Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

February 19, 2013

The House of Wolf opened in October 2012 in Upper Street Islington. In their own words they are a multi-functional, multi-sensory pleasure palace, dedicated to the creative pursuits of dining, drinking, art and entertainment.

Designersblock friend Emerald Faerie was asked to contribute lighting to the third floor restaurant.

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emeral Faerie at House of Wolf – Dining room

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf – Dining room

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf – Bar

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf – Bar

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf – Bar

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

Emerald Faerie at House of Wolf

House of Wolf

Wall lights
The Celeste collection – heavenly, celestial and otherworldly. A more modern take of the Cinderella’s Revenge a play between light and shadows, the chandeliers, wall lights and suspended clusters create glamorous atmospheric pools and columns of light, evoking the period of Art Deco glitz.

Chandeliers
Elixir of Life was commissioned to customise an existing chandelier at The House of Wolf in Islington, London. Created to fit the space it celebrates the joy of its surroundings and is a more traditional chandelier formation adorned with carefully selected cutlery sets and massive antique lead crystals. In addition a new chandelier as part of this collection has been added to the space made of sherry glasses.

As well as supplying the chandeliers for the upstairs restaurant Emerald Faerie resolved their other lighting issues,the lampshade lighting in the main bar downstairs, with crazy patterns and lots of fringing, as well as sourcing and recycling lampshades and lighting components, including wall lights in the toliets and parlour which she sourced and then Faerie pimped.

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