The contemporary lighting company co-helmed by Designers of the Year alumni Lukas Peet celebrates its new digs in Vancouver’s Railtown.

ANDLight‘s Caine Heintzman, Matt Davis, and Lukas Peet christened their new studio headquartered in the Railtown neighbourhood.ANDLight designer Nikki Alagha, centre, welcomed Industrial Light and Magic‘s Jeff Higgins, left, and Boyd Devereaux to the office party.Evoke Design‘s Simon Montgomery, principal Robert Edmonds, and founding partner David Nicolay were among industry insiders at the contemporary lighting company’s studio opening.Entrepreneur Adrian McInnes, herbalist Katie Navarro, and John Coleman were on hand to celebrate their friend’s new 6,600-square-foot designer space.Matt Davis’ wife Josee Gordon Davis welcomed Rutherford Audio‘s Steve Coombe to the east side designer-do.RJ Hunt and designer Patrick Campbell took in the office opening of the Vancouver-based lighting company that is turning heads.DLC Lumisheet‘s Dave Adnams and his fiancé Kelsey sang the praises of the firm’s founders who are challenging existing standards in lighting.Walrus Home‘s Caroline Boquist and Daniel Kozlowski, and health consultant Paul Gallant checked out the headquarters of the leading contemporary design company, founded in 2013.Lukas Peet’s father, goldsmith Rudi Peet, tended bar at the studio reception.Writer Tina Shaman, Peter Groom, sales agent for legendary lighting designer Ingo Maurer, and fashion stylist Redia Soltis were among the creative crowd that made the scene.