Here we show you just a few of the many bespoke ways in which Shoal has been designed to spectacularly decorate and enhance residential, hospitality and corporate interiors. Whether applied as a feature light or sculpture, Shoal's design concept is highly adaptable and materials available for the schooling fish range from fine bone china to glass and metal.

Perhaps Shoal could provide the perfect light statement for your project?

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SHOAL No. 8 - Fisketorvet Mall, Copenhagen

This spectacular Shoal sculpture, a huge body of 8,500 stainless steel fish, was commissioned for Copenhagen's former fish market now transformed into a shopping mall.
Schooling in a ceaseless, highly disciplined synchronised stream, the Shoal radiates extraordinary energy. From some angles, its 12m wide shape resembles the infinity symbol  which has given this amazing creation its name and signifies the Mall's own historic and future transitions. 

Photography by J. Ferccaine and R. Duus @RikkeDuus


SCROLL SHOALS - Verbier, Switzerland

This Shoal, suspended above a four metre long dining table beneath a skylight, was installed in one of the more exclusive chalets in the premiere ski resort of Verbier. Echoing the panoramic view of the mountain range, the lower fish in this Shoal sculpture rise and fall with the summits, slopes and valleys. Three scroll Shoals and two cylindrical Shoals make up the formation, which features 1400 natural unglazed fish and measures one metre at its deepest.

Photography by Yves Garneau


SHOAL743 - Fishmongers' Hall, London UK

Sited in the entrance foyer of the Fishmongers' Hall on the North East side of London Bridge, the regal, precious Shoal743 features 743 fine bone china fish coated in 24ct gold.

The number 743 is significant as it represents one fish for every year since the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers was granted its first Royal Charter in 1272. Created in 2015, this Shoal gives a literal reference to the Guild’s origin: a monument to the humble and unassuming fish.

Photographs by Johnny Fenn


STEEL SHOAL - Saga Sapphire Cruise Ship

A 7m tall Shoal feature created with nearly 1400 stainless steel fish, forming a central reflective column of swirling fish which spans three decks of the Saga Sapphire cruise ship.

The steel Shoal, a spectacular focal point for guests and crew, is surrounded by glazed balustrades displaying meaningful quotes and juxtaposed with a giant wall sculpture that echoes its swirl. A spectacular focal point for guests and crew.

Photographs by Johnny Fenn


SHOAL MS1 - TUI Cruise Ship

The unique Shoal MS1 was designed for the largest ship in TUI's fleet; Mein Schiff 1. Mounted as a centre piece for the reception area of this 260m long ocean-going vessel, the sculpture meets the complex environmental environmental needs of the location. Light weight at just 180kg yet still a significant statement at over 5m tall, the sculptural features over 3500 fish, each 25cm long, in three shades of blue with white and brushed steel accents.

Photographs by CruiseVision GmbH and Walter Krogh Sites


SHOAL - Cornwall UK

This unique Shoal was created for a luxury beach house located in arguably the most enviable position in North Cornwall. The design includes a number of  blue glazed fish to compliment the interior scheme of the property, which comprises five spacious en-suite bedrooms, all with balconies affording dramatic uninterrupted sea and golf views.

Photography by Mark Ashbee & Simon Escapes 


SHOAL QUATRE MILLE - Marseille, France


Shoal Quatre Mille at nhow Marseille was installed in 2018.

A 120m path of 4000 steel fish reflect the natural light from the Mediterranean Sea and sky. The integral colour change lighting creates a change in mood as the sun sets on this stunning location. 

Architects Claire Fatosme and Christian Lefèvre
Photography by Mark Ashbee & Simon Escapes