John Hardy Boutique

The John Hardy Boutique in Mambal, Bali has undergone a stunning transformation. The world-renowned artisan jewelry maker’s establishment is now a stunning celebration of lighting and iconic Bamboo architecture. 

The lighting design at the John Hardy Boutique in Mambal, Bali is a testament to the importance of attention to detail. The majestic bamboo structure is illuminated by the thoughtful use of bespoke pendant lighting and carefully designed lighting in the jewelry showcases.  

The use of two different color temperatures – 4000K for the jewelry displays and 3000K for the ambient lighting – creates a beautiful contrast that highlights the natural beauty of the bamboo structure. This creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere that perfectly complements the boutique’s luxurious and elegant feel.  

To ensure that customers have the most welcoming experience possible, the boutique uses both daytime and evening lighting scenes. During the day, the lighting is dimmed to create an intriguing balance between sunlight and the high-lumen 4000K lighting in the jewelry showcases. This creates a sensational effect that draws attention to the stunning jewelry on display.  

Bamboo-friendly Installation  

To eliminate the lighting control wiring process for the existing bamboo structure, a Casambi Bluetooth dimming system was chosen. At night, a different lighting scene is used to increase the overall brightness and create a warm and inviting ambiance. This balances out the high-contrast 4000K lighting in the jewelry showcases, and 3000K lighting is used to highlight the bamboo structures, which creates a stunning visual effect. The lighting design is carefully curated to create an unforgettable experience for customers, highlighting the beauty of the jewelry and the architecture of the space.  

Less is sometimes more. 

To achieve maximum sustainability and energy efficiency for the revamp project, only three Casambi nodes were installed to control the entire lighting design. The first node is used to control all indirect lighting, while the second node is used to control all direct lighting. The third node is a user-friendly interface remote, allowing for easy control of the lighting scenes. By using two different lighting scenes for daytime and night-time, they were able to minimize energy consumption while still achieving the desired lighting effect.  

The daytime scene features a dimmed light to balance the sunlight and high-lumen 4000K lighting in the jewelry displays, while the night-time scene increases overall brightness to balance out the high contrast between the 4000K lighting in the displays and the 3000K ambient lighting. The use of the Casambi nodes and lighting scenes not only creates a visually stunning and energy-efficient space, but also showcases the beauty of the bamboo structure and exquisite jewelry on display.  

Why Casambi? 

For a revamp project involving an existing bamboo structure, the Casambi system proved to be the perfect choice for lighting control – with its ease of installation and user-friendly interface. Here, the existing bamboo structure required a lighting control system that could easily integrate into the space. The system’s wireless control capability eliminates the need for complex wiring, making it a cost-effective and efficient choice for the project. The result is a lighting design that perfectly complements the beauty of the bamboo structure, showcasing the jewelry on display in a way that is both sophisticated and visually stunning.  

The revamped space is a true feast for the senses and showcases John Hardy’s dedication to craftsmanship and sustainability. From the moment you step inside, you are transported to a world of beauty, creativity, and elegance. 

Interested in learning more about Casambi? Drop us a note, and we’ll reach out to you:

John Hardy Boutique  

Mambal, Bali 


Lighting design 
Studio Nimmersatt  

Interior Fit-out  
blancostudio Bali  


Lighting and control supply 
Ascendo Lighting  

Indra Wiras   

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