London : UK

One Love Lane

Love is in the details

One Love Lane is 880 square meters of prominent, modern office building located on the junction of Love Lane and Aldermanbury in London and overlooks the gardens laid out in the historic remains of the Church of St Mary Aldermanbury.


The existing seven storey 1980’s building has been refurbished internally to become a boutique office building nestled in the City core. The exterior has been improved with remodelled bays and new glazing plus improvements to the ground floor reception area.

Visitors are met with a high quality remodelled ground floor entrance and the efficient office floors are bright and open with excellent natural light and stunning views over St Mary Aldermanbury Garden. 


Fagerhult was chosen to be the sole supplier for the project. In keeping with the clean, minimalistic modern look of the building the lighting in the office spaces consists of Fagerhults popular Notor fittings, both suspended and recessed. The recessed Notors were specially designed for the project. Notor is supplemented with down lighters in certain areas.

In the entrance the reception desk is lit with a product from one of the other companies in the Fagerhult Group. The whole project is controlled by DALI. 


Notor 78

Installation Designed for single or continuous installation via a wire pendent and special loops that give flexible c-c spacing. Special loops included in the delivery. Wires suspension are ordered separately. Connection The start luminaire is supplied...

Notor recessed

Fagerhult’s classic interior luminaire Notor is available in several versions for suspended, surface mounted or recessed installation. Notor is an obvious choice in contexts when there is a desire to create long, unbroken lines of light. Discreet or...

Pleiad G3

Pleiad G3 is the third generation of Fagerhult's successful downlight range - now equipped with LED. In common with its predecessors, the focus was placed upon perfect light treatment, quick installation and efficiency. In G3 these concept has been taken...