Combining informed, bespoke lighting design with real world creativity.
Roundlight provides bespoke lighting design consultancy across the UK and internationally. Projects range from private residences to superyachts, museums and property development. Every client is different; each project is unique. We’ll develop your vision into a bespoke lighting solution that is beautiful, highly functional and energy efficient.
Some of our clients have been kind enough to provide testimonials.
“I have worked with Richard and his team at Roundlight on both private and development projects. Their approach to lighting is innovative and extremely professional and I have always been very pleased with their ideas and proposals as well as the end results.”
Sir Stuart Lipton
“Dick Aldridge as a lighting designer produces the most imaginative work I know. His schemes are adaptable to the changing external light as it evolves through the day and well into late evening. One of my clients, a very well known film director, immediately recognised one particular technique as he had devised the same approach to lighting his own productions.”
Chester Jones Interior DesignView Full Quote
“Since 2011, we have entrusted and commissioned the lighting design of our global boutiques to Roundlight Ltd. Roundlight successfully use their expertise to illuminate our product vitrines and store architecture, to best display our jewellery and provide an impactful customer journey in our stores.”
Founder and owner
“I first met Dick of Roundlight in 2004 when he designed the lighting for my home in France. I found his approach and his use of filter to alter the colour refreshing and as a result I have continued to use him on my properties ever since.”
“Dick Aldridge’s input with the lighting of both the public and private areas of the hall has been extremely useful. His knowledge and understanding of conservation has helped blend modern technology into a Grade I listed Palladian house to great effect, whilst retaining its original feel, and indeed enhancing the aesthetics.”
The Earl of Leicester