Lights by Vaughan shaped by nature • Hotel Designs


Designs by Vaughan are brought to life using some of the finest and most durable traditional materials. Every material adds its own qualities to the design and the traditional manufacturing methods give a rare depth and beauty to the finishes. Highly skilled craftspeople, some of whom have supplied Vaughan for over 30 years, work closely with the in-house design team, translating these designs, often involving complex engineering, into beautiful, finished products.

bronze amiens wall light by Vaughan sculpted in a twig shape

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The Amiens Bathroom Wall Light is made from a base material of solid cast brass, ensuring a high standard of quality and durability. The sculptural central stem is beautifully cast in brass.

The Twig Bathroom Wall Lights are Inspired by 20th century sculptor, Giacometti. The textural detailing of the fixture is based on naturalistic tree forms. Both wall lights are IP44 rated for bathroom use.

twig wall light in nickel by Vaughan

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Master craftsmen use the art of lost wax casting to produce the textured detailing that reinterprets natural tree-like forms in cast brass. The close up shows the rectangular backplate, the arms and the sculptural textured finish of the cast brass created by using the lost wax process. An appreciation of traditional and authentic manufacturing is fundamental to each and every Vaughan product.

Vaughan’s lighting can be found in some of the world’s most beautiful residential interiors, leading hotels and restaurants around the world. Today Vaughan continues as it started 40 years ago, designing beautiful, handcrafted lighting, as well as furniture and textiles, for the international design community. Many of the earliest lights designed and manufactured by Lucy and Michael are still being made and form a valuable part of the current collection, their longevity is testament to the enduring and timeless quality of their design.

Vaughan is one of our Recommended Suppliers and regularly features in our Supplier News section of the website. If you are interested in becoming one of our Recommended Suppliers, please email Katy Phillips.

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