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Shane Holland designs bespoke lighting, furniture, mirrors and sculptural elements. His workshop has built up an international reputation as designers & makers with 26 years of experience in specialist metalworking, composites, woods and plastics.
Shane Holland works closely with private and commercial clients while having a collaborative reputation with architects and designers. An example of such a partnership is the ceramic pendants that were recently installed at London’s new Michelin star restaurant Eneko at One Aldwych , which Shane worked with Casson Mann Architects and Irish ceramicist Thomas Diem.
Shane Holland and his skilled team hand build each item that can be customised to the custom needs of each client. Currently Shane Holland is working on heritage light fixtures for the famous Harland and Woolf Drawing Office as part of the Titanic Hotel project in Belfast.
Shane Holland has his own product range which can be purchased directly from his website or speak to Shane about commissioning a unique piece.
Shane Holland Design Workshops has 19 products.
This copper pendant light is based on a drum cymbal. It uplights from the underside bowl of torched stainless steel. We now make Cymbals in brushed silver, polished and matt white options. Sizes are 30cm, 35 cm and 40 cm and even a 60 cm contract size. With an E27 lamp base and using A energy rated Philips 11w LED lamps or xenon max 70 w lamps this can be dimmed and produces a great sculptural look when hung as multiples in bigger spaces.
It was Highly Commended in the Architect choice awards of 2015 in best interior design product and the large version received highly commended in Architects Choice Best Lighting product Award 2016.
Cuigear light is a new pendant frame light with squirrel cage light bulb. It is in brown bronze finish or raw copper and creates this pentagon open frame look with an upper copper finish giving soft lighting effect.
This Etang table light is designed like a waiting room ticket. It is a simple mood light to give a gentle glow to any interior. Available in Black/Silver White and Black/Copper Silver.
It is on view in the National Museum in Collins barracks as a great example of 20th Century Irish Design designed by Shane Holland.
Cruise Medium in aluminium recovered aviation pressure vessels medium
Cruise large in aluminium and glass fibre recovered aviation pressure vessels
Turtle is a uniquely hand formed copper hemisphere with a brim of black acrylic to give a warm look to any interior. It also features braided copper flex and comes with an E27 large screw lamp holder.
Ideal for over islands in restaurants to give a cosy feeling with that turtle shell look. Outside diameter 12"/30cm.
Ruray, an LED powered desk light with distinctive wave style form, is based on the legendary wave which is heard but never seen off the Irish coast; this wave was named “Tonn Ruraigh”.
This light has been hand formed in composite aluminium using flexible LED strips to illuminate the reading area with glare-free efficiency.
Ruray has received best product design award 2011 from the IDEA design effectiveness awards.
Available in White/Black, White/White or White/Graphite. The Ruray sits both horizontal to a desk surface or vertical as suitable as a bedside light. Aluminium composite H260 L500 3W LED strip.
This light is seen here in Copper and Stainless Steel, with a 60W squirrel cage light bulb.
Available for £140 or 170 euros.
This innovative design is an ‘active’ stool. Five years in the planning, this unique seat provides streamlined comfort and support. Available in multiple colours, the leather and memory foam seat is supported by a stainless stand, incorporating a suspension device to promote good posture.
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This beautiful work of art will bring a touch of glamour to any setting. The neutral tones and gold finish make it a very adaptable piece, while its unique design befits its limited edition status. The ‘star’ inspired surface of the coffee table evokes a sense of luxury, while its heavy duty glass top makes it highly functional.
This design, originally commissioned by the Irish government for the Irish Pavilion at World Expo 2000 in Hanover, was developed as a contemporary Irish answer to the iconic Barcelona chair. This sleek piece is particularly suited to large reception rooms, and the corporate setting.