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- DAVID KOMA | SS22Set at the London Aquatics Centre designed by Zaha Hadid, Renegade’s lighting for David Koma’s show was designed to enter into a dialogue between the architect’s characteristic lines and the structural properties of the aquatic wardrobe. Koma was inspired by the legendary champion Annette Kellerman, who popularised synchronised swimming at the turn of the century, and was one of the first women to wear a one-piece swimsuit. Production Company: Bacchus Lighting Design: Renegade Design Lighting
- THE S.L.P. | DEBUT ALBUM TOURTHE S.L.P. is the latest project by Sergio Lorenzo Pizzorno, songwriter and creative force behind Kasabian. The clean design concept was conceived and tailored for intimate venues, using black gauze screens for projections and to create different spaces and effects within the stage through the use of visuals and dramatic lighting. Design & Creative Direction: Renegade Design and Douglas Green Lighting Design: Renegade Design and Douglas Green Visual Content: Silent Studios Photography: Neil Bed
- RODARTE | AW20Rodarte’s signature fluorescent lights & floral botanical elements were the starting point for the show design. On this occasion however, these elements were used in a completely different context. Working with the interiors of the impressive St Bartholomew’s church required the lighting to evoke a warm, intimate and ethereal aura to the show. Lighting was naturally tungsten based with a mix of candles & haze adding to the atmosphere.
- LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA | AUTUMN SEASON 2020The London Philharmonic Orchestra launched its Autumn 2020 season - ‘In the Stream of Life' - in an audience-less Royal Festival Hall. The visual creative direction and lighting for this project are the result of the collaboration between Nathan Prince [Silent Studios] and Nick Gray [Renegade Design]. Having already worked together for over fifteen years on some of the world’s most prolific live experiences in art, fashion and music, this venture marks the duo’s debut into the world of classical
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