Paul Nulty Lighting Design rebrands to Nulty+
Paul Nulty Lighting Design (PNLD) has rebranded after four years to create a workshop environment to nurture the next generation of lighting designers and promote the technical and creative expertise of the profession.
Under the new name, Nulty+, Paul Nulty will focus on developing a team of lighting design leaders and champion the growth and value of the industry as an integral part of the design landscape. Since its foundation in 2011, the practice has grown to 27 employees who bring experience from the creative, technical and architectural industries.
Over the past four years the practice has delivered high-end projects across the retail, hospitality commercial, residential sectors with clients including Harrods, Selfridges, Coutts, Clinique, Corbin and King, Hakassan, News UK and TfL. The recent promotions of Daniel Blaker to Creative Director, Ellie Coombs to Director and Emilio Hernandez to Associate have strengthened the senior team in what is now one of the UK’s largest lighting design agencies.
The decision to rebrand is in recognition of the strength and expertise of the team, many who have been with Paul Nulty from the beginning and who have grown to deliver some of the largest lighting projects in the UK as well as projects in Thailand, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Russia. The team has cultivated a design ethos that balances commerciality and creativity to ensure projects deliver value as well as a strong aesthetic.
Paul Nulty said: “My ambition has always been to create an environment where young lighting designers can excel in what they love to do. I have a passionate and ambitious team delivering a pipeline of significant projects and the rebrand to Nulty+ is my way of saying it is over to them. I may be at the helm but my focus is on their development and the development of the industry.
“The team knows how to deliver commercially and creatively, a combination of skills that are vital to what we do. At Nulty+, we all have a passion to demonstrate the value that lighting design brings to architectural and interior projects and to ensure that it receives the recognition and partnership it deserves.”