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Out and About Architainment Lighting Ltd Various Locations London, UK


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London paints town blue to celebrate birth of Prince George.


Architainment Lighting Ltd were called in to reprogramme the lighting at some of London’s most famous landmarks to announce the arrival of Prince George. They were busy dashing all over London with both pink and blue variants in anticipation of the new royal arrival.


The Golden Jubilee Footbridge and


Waterloo Bridge were permanently lit with Philips Color Kinetics colour changing fixtures, supplied by Architainment, in 2012 to celebrate The Olympics are controlled by Pharos lighting playback controllers. With just a small bit of reprogramming, by the techy guys, these can be transformed to illustrate a vast spectrum of colours specific to the occasion. The London Eye and County Hall waterfront, all of which were originally lit by Architainment with Philips Color Kinetics fixtures and controlled by Pharos controllers (not reprogrammed by Architainment on


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this occasion) were also illuminated; the London Eye displaying the patriotic red, white and blue to mark the historic day.


“Our association with a project


doesn’t end when it’s handed over to the client. We’re finding that more and more clients that choose a controllable dynamic solution from Architainment also retain our services to reprogram that system for that special occasion, whether it is Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or in this case, the birth of the future King; we are always happy to work with clients to give them exactly what they want out of a project.” comments Nic Tolkien, Managing director at Architainment Lighting Ltd.


Contact Architainment Lighting Ltd T: +44 (0)1494 471340 W: www.architainment.co.uk


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