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GE Lighting 0800 169 8290 www.gelighting.com/eu


Suitable for use in residential and industrial areas – as well as main roads to provide effective roadway lighting, GE Lighting has introduced its new, highly efficient Lunalys luminaire, which combines tool- free maintenance with incredibly low running costs. Developed to provide a high quality lighting solution that is compatible with GE’s Streetwise lamps, the Lunalys luminaire delivers a bright, white, ‘natural’ light that is particularly suited for use in open outdoor spaces. Featuring an E40/E27 ceramic lamp holder, which allows for multi- positional support, meaning the lamp can be adjusted in a longitudinal direction for optimal light distribution.


Astro Lighting


+44 (0) 1279 427 001 www.astrolighting.co.uk


Saxby Lighting 0845 053 1190 www.saxbylighting.com


Providing a complete solution to your bathroom lighting needs, the Cubita range is available in a variety of options and sizes. The solid lines combined with chrome finishing make this the perfect choice for the contemporary bathroom. Installation and lamp replacement is fast and effective with its quick release clip system. The clips are easily accessed and once swiveled a half turn, the shade is released from the fitting without the need for any tools, also providing hassle free lamp replacement.


Recolight


0845 601 7749 www.recolight.co.uk


Recolight operates the UK’s most comprehensive free lamp recycling network, taking away the burden of compliance from the lighting industry. We are funded by our members as a not-for-profit organisation, enabling us to offer a FREE service. We lead the way in lamp recycling with continual investment in initiatives to make lamp recycling as easy and efficient as possible for all. Our service is also available to producers of LEDs who wish to ensure they are compliant with their obligations.


Astro, British lighting designer and winner of the Queen's Award for Enterprise and International Trade, has produced a fresh contemporary reincarnation of one of its original designs. The new Joel range of table lamps, wall lights, floor lamps and pendants offers a choice of three on- trend finishes for the steel shade - matt black, polished chrome or matt cream - but the goblet shape is evocative of the classic designs of the mid-20th century. Flexible knuckle joints, plus height adjustment for the floor lamp, ensure practicality with a quality feel. The range can take a low energy E27 LED and will be available from Autumn 2013.


KNX UK


0845 869 5908 www.knxuk.org


KNX UK member Design Innovation’s ability to deliver seamless, fast integration of all building control systems using KNX has been underlined at Spicers House in Oxshott. Design Innovation’s service included the pre- assembly and programming of the installation off-site to the developer’s requirements, before delivering and commissioning a complete intelligent home. Design Innovation’s client was building a speculative residential property and looking for a home automation system which needed the minimum amount of installation before marketing the house.


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