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Lucentia Design Images

Lucentia is a Manchester-based design house that offers bespoke site specific design solutions for partitioning, glazing, walls and facades. Our services range from consultancy, concepts, creative design to fabrication and completed installation.

Lucentia works across sectors for architectural surfaces and feature artworks – workplace, leisure, education, and healthcare. Our personalised and versatile approach means we find bespoke concepts and solutions for each client.

We bring fresh thinking with our design expertise and material knowledge. We pride ourselves in our ability to create site-specific visual language, remaining flexible and understanding in our delivery. In all projects we take our designs to completed installation with the quality and service of our reputation. Our surface solutions range from printed films and wallpapers to bespoke fabrication.

For further information on Lucentia Design, please visit: www.lucentia-design.com

www.lucentia-design.com

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Lucentia to showcase innovative design solutions at Surface Design Show 2017

Fresh colour facilitates orientation back to treatment bay in Chelsea and Westminster Majors Department, while calm-inducing window designs provide privacy.

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Fresh colour facilitates orientation back to treatment bay in Chelsea and Westminster Majors Department, while calm-inducing window designs provide privacy.

Designs for offices within a refurbished 1900 Carnegie Library create privacy.

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Designs for offices within a refurbished 1900 Carnegie Library create privacy.

Colourful designs infuse workplace meeting rooms with energy and a fresh feel.

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Colourful designs infuse workplace meeting rooms with energy and a fresh feel.

The design creates the effect of trees outside, providing a more pleasing view for building users.

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The design creates the effect of trees outside, providing a more pleasing view for building users.

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