British Design House – John Cullen Lighting Showroom Launched in Dubai

John Cullen Lighting has opened a revolutionary cross-brand collaboration in Dubai between the most influential British interior brands culminating in the British Design House.

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The new showroom is designed to recreate room sets and help you and your clients imagine the featured pieces and lighting design in your home or project. Amongst many stunning pieces you can expect to see are stunning dining table sets by Tom Faulkner, a living room scene by Julian Chichester, exclusive wall coverings by dkt Artworks, one of a kind lamps and chandeliers by Porta Romana and uniquely modern pendants by Tala.

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On moving office to this stunning new villa, they have created a centre for excellence showcasing the best of British craftsmanship in the Middle East.

This destination showroom became a home to the most luxurious British brands:

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John Cullen Lighting – For over 35 years John Cullen Lighting has been offering a complete end-to-end solution for all aspects of interior and exterior lighting for the residential, superyacht and hospitality markets all over the world. Whether you are looking to light a contemporary residential or hospitality interior or exterior, a listed building with period features, or even a yacht, we can transform your project. 

Porta Romana – are an iconic lighting and furniture brand made exclusively in Britain; they are synonymous with unique design and artisan craftsmanship. Porta Romana’s pieces are destined for the world’s most beautiful interiors. 

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Tom Faulkner – their designs and makes exquisite and distinctive furniture and accessories. Almost every piece is handmade in Tom’s workshop in Wiltshire. Tom’s signature qualities are clean lines, simplicity and beautiful materials. Loved by private clients and professional interior designers alike, Tom’s show-stopping furniture is equally at home in contemporary and traditional settings.

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Julian Chichester – their furniture range is inspired by classical and mid-century design, which is why it manages to always find its place in well thought out interiors. Their relaxed yet impressive styling is equally fit for a luxe hotel or suitable to nestle nicely in a cosy home.

DKT Artworks – are a unique multidisciplinary team of imaginative and highly skilled artists, creating decorative finishes and bespoke artworks.

Tala – is an award-winning lighting brand, founded on the premise that good design can help mitigate climate change. From the functional to the decorative, Tala’s versatile range of LED lighting has been designed to complement interiors and spaces around the world. Built from superior components, the result is unparalleled performance and quality suitable for modern day living.

David Harber – create beautiful hand-crafted sculpture, water features and sundials for gardens and public spaces.

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Drop in to the British Design House to see a curated collection by each of these BDH partners as a new design destination for everyone working on design projects in the region.

For more information email Rebecca Crawford, Design Director at John Cullen Lighting Middle East & Asia on


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