Mushroom Lighting was originally a product of the early 70's, with the chief lighting designer heavily involved with Prog Rock, and amateur theatre, progressing rapidly into large concerts such as Deutsches Eck in Koblenz, Cropready, and the infamous Nags Head with John Peel, lighting many many bands. Over the years the passion for lighting hasn't diminished, but has moved into corporate one offs working with the likes of Debenhams, Coca Cola, Dior, Unilever, Coutts etc offering not only lighting but AV and sound, and where requested high end rigging, trussing and motors.
All these skills were ustilised on the world s largest hanging time piece (Timeless) which hung over a 40m void in the atrium of Senator House in the City of London. The project won Sign of the Year for main contractor Sign Of The Times, and Client Acrylicize.
Event work ranges from private parties to lighting St Paul's Cathedral for Cancer Reasearch Christmas Carol Concert, Amnesty House, and even supplying snow for 3 months in the heart of Knightsbridge!! Mushroom Specialise in temporary architectural work, and have been fortunate enough to work not only on fantastic projects for far sighted clients but also wonderful retail displays for some of the best designers in the country
The Christmas lighting for Debenhams was a huge project involving 18 crew for 3 weeks, working overnight for Christmas 2014, a unique lighting work involving some 3,000 LED tubes, plus control and rigging This project won the VM award for Best Multiple retail store Christmas lighting 2015 .
Mushroom work all over the world and in August 2018 completed a technically complex and demanding installation at the Coralarium in Sirru Fen Fushi in the Maldives. The installation is approximately 250metres from land and features both Gantom Storm floodlights above the waterline, and TecLumen Mini Sub Color TKX RGBW Spots below the waterline. The installation won the International DARC Award for Best Achitectural Lighting Low Budget 2018.