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At 100% Design London 2009, Within4Walls are launching the TULIP.MGX and RUSSULA.MGX light designs by Peter Jansen and Arik Levy.
Also featuring on the stand will be a number of established and re-worked designs by Naomi Kaempfer, Dan Yeffet, Janne Kyttänen, Bathsheba Grossman and Jiri Evenhuis.
The showcase offers exceptional lighting objects created through innovative 3D Printing Technology, a digital manufacturing process which offers a superior degree of detail, complexity and speed th... [more]
The Fibbersley Park Primary School at Willenhall in the West Midlandsl was formed from the amalgamation of three primary schools. More than half a kilometre of the Crompton Synthesis suspended lighting system from Cooper Lighting has been installed at Fibbersley Park.
As well as offering an attractive architectural lighting solution, the Synthesis system plays a key role in satisfying the latest CIBSE and BSI standards by providing the requisite balanced lighting using a wide-distribution len... [more]
An order for twenty MK Metalclad sockets might not seem a daunting demand for an electrical distributor, but for WF Electrical’s Liverpool branch the request involved a record breaking 450 mile journey and a race against time of epic proportions.
The routine, but urgent, request was from a WF customer working in London on the final stages of a new restaurant for the Piccolinos pizza chain. However the sockets they needed were the non standard version with a T shaped earth for the tills and ... [more]
Following the award of a £150 million PFI lighting scheme agreement by Norfolk CC to Amey plc, the contract for supplying lanterns for the initial part of the scheme has been won by WRTL exterior Lighting, with 28,000 of its Arc street and highway lanterns chosen for the county roads, streets and residential areas.
“Arc was selected because of its excellent distribution with glare control to meet the provisions of BS EN 13201, its ability to accommodate both SON-T and CosmoPolis lamps in the ... [more]
William Ball have added funky LED light strips to its portfolio of high-end kitchen products.
The light strips are easy to install, made from a self-adhesive aluminum strip that can stick to glass, wood, laminate or any other hard surface and energy efficient, lasting on average 30,000 hours.
These strips are great for creating decorative shelving, using under plinths and as shown in the picture above with glass. They can be retro-fitted, onto existing furniture as well as onto new kitchen... [more]
To provide better security with lower energy costs for Barnes station access, Richmond upon Thames Council has chosen the new 2-Tone lantern from WRTL to relight the footpath over the common and the steps to the station. Barnes Common is a major green space in the London Borough of Richmond and is centred on Barnes Station, an important commuter point for thousands of local residents.
Andrew Darvill, Assistant Director of Traffic and Transport for Richmond upon Thames Council, said: “These n... [more]