Mindseye Website

Mindseye Website

The website for the architectural lighting consultancy Mindseye gives this London-based company the appropriate online stage to let its work shine. Its portfolio, ranging from lighting art for Damien Hirst to BMW showrooms and from a John Pawson renovated church to London's Barbican Centre, is showcased through full screen slideshows and an information architecture that translates to smartphones as well as the spacious surrounds of today's desktop environments.
With the deep integration of social media throughout the site, Mindseye has found a digital home not only to showcase its work but also to provide a hub for the company to express itself as well as engage and inspire its international audience.

The Mindseye website received a 'Special Mention' at the German Design Award 2015.


Client information


Founded by Douglas James in 1997, Mindseye's designers and lighting consultants collaborate today with some of the most innovative and forward thinking architects and interior designers.

The team takes a leaf out of Massimo Vignelli's book. The Italian designer once mused that he liked his "designs memorable, appropriate, well crafted and above all intellectually elegant".

Mindseye's projects for German car manufacturer BMW, international banking giant HSBC and London's Barbican Arts Centre and White Cube Galleries display the same careful thought and rigorous attention to detail that can be found in their luminaire designs for lighting manufacturer Whitegoods.