NoMad Las Vegas

NoMad Las Vegas brings the refinement of a European home with interiors by Sydell Group in partnership with Make It Nice.

Dernier & Hamlyn was commissioned to make bespoke and very unusual lighting for the hotel’s spectacular casino, restaurant and lobby which combined the team’s traditional metalworking skills with the latest 3d printing techniques.

Five column lights designed to emphasise the internal angles of this stunning hexagonal room were made in Dernier & Hamlyn’s London factory from hand crafted brass and glazed with opaque panels. The peacocks that adorn each of the lights were 3d printed and finished with handpainted gold leaf.

Individual custom designed and manufactured chandeliers were also produced by Dernier & Hamlyn for the hotel and included three stunning three tier chandeliers that are over 4m high.

Jeremy Quantrill, Dernier & Hamlyn’s managing director said:

“This was a fascinating project that utilised a wide variety of our artisans’ skills and resulted in some truly wonderful lighting that brought together some very traditional ways of working with state-of-the-art techniques that enabled us to achieve new effects.”

NoMad Las Vegas

NoMad Las Vegas brings the refinement of a European home with interiors by Sydell Group in partnership with Make It Nice.

Dernier & Hamlyn was commissioned to make bespoke and very unusual lighting for the hotel’s spectacular casino, restaurant and lobby which combined the team’s traditional metalworking skills with the latest 3d printing techniques.

Five column lights designed to emphasise the internal angles of this stunning hexagonal room were made in Dernier & Hamlyn’s London factory from hand crafted brass and glazed with opaque panels. The peacocks that adorn each of the lights were 3d printed and finished with handpainted gold leaf.

Individual custom designed and manufactured chandeliers were also produced by Dernier & Hamlyn for the hotel and included three stunning three tier chandeliers that are over 4m high.

Jeremy Quantrill, Dernier & Hamlyn’s managing director said:

“This was a fascinating project that utilised a wide variety of our artisans’ skills and resulted in some truly wonderful lighting that brought together some very traditional ways of working with state-of-the-art techniques that enabled us to achieve new effects.”