Proudly designed and manufactured in Britain, Cameron Design House is renowned for its exceptional commitment to quality and creativity, with each sculptural lighting piece meticulously handcrafted in St Johns Wood, London. With the design studio and workshop combined under one roof, the unique identity and vision of each illumination is guaranteed, ensuring no details are compromised as the design is taken from sketch to reality.
Initially conceived from the Founder Ian Cameron’s fascination for material restraints and love of creating, these key principles remain integral to the design process. The unique vision for each bespoke sculptural piece still begins with Cameron, with the design being formed through initial drawings and the prototype stage ultimately allowing the original concept to progress. With a personal approach applied to all aspects of the business, Cameron’s involvement includes the individual review of every lighting structure, alongside the design panel, to ensure the overall vision is achieved and the superior technical standard is maintained.
Inspired by a shared history between the United Kingdom and Finland, influences combine the vibrancy and creativity of London with the immense tranquillity of the Nordic countryside and its iconic design culture. Simplicity is celebrated through clean lines, carefully crafted into works of art that can be suspended from the ceiling to illuminate the surrounding space. Through the brand’s commitment to achieving a seamless structure, Cameron Design House have developed pioneering techniques that conceal all wiring and lighting elements, with every nut and bolt hidden to create the impressive sculptural profile.
From brass to stainless steel, glass and timber, materials are chosen for their unique characteristics and carefully crafted to evoke Cameron Design House’s trademark contemporary aesthetic. Both modern technology and artisan techniques are utilised in the production process, with any machinery carefully controlled by hand to ensure a human element to the design. Each individual lighting sculpture is meticulously formed and finished by hand, revealing the honesty of the material and the hand of the maker through characteristic imperfections. The elevated attention to detail applied at every stage of the process allows both form and function to combine, ensuring a collection of ambient lighting pieces that experiment with poised, sculptural elements to create practical works of art.