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To advertise in this section please contact Holly Croot on T: 07828 608162 or email holly@a1mediamagazines.com Joost Heremans


+44 (0)777 177 6412 www.joostheremans.com


THE LIGHTCATCHER is a fusion between interior design and fashion, and was launched during the 2013 London Design Festival and Paris Design Week. A beautifully designed and unique luminaire concept that reinvents the lampshade pendant as we know it. The lampshade works as a ‘light-box’ reflecting the light onto the ceiling whilst creating a stunning lit effect with a choice of fabrics. Key features: - One of the largest lampshades’ available at 2.4 metres long; - Numerous Lamp / LED sources available including colour changing RGB; - The lampshade skin is a Viscose fabric available in many colours/prints/textures; - Length = 2400mm; Width = 600mm¬


Scolmore


+44 (0)1827 63454 www.scolmore.com.


Ex‐Or


+44(0)1942 719229 www.ex‐or.com


Oxford Brookes University is set to save a predicted £46,000 a year off the energy bills for eleven campus buildings following the installation of lighting control systems by Honeywell company, Ex-Or. Ex-Or installed its LightSpot equipment throughout nine teaching buildings and administration buildings in a variety of locations, ranging from squash courts to laboratories. Ex-Or LightSpot was also installed in all the communal areas at Warneford and Crescent Hall student apartment blocks, including kitchens, corridors, stairwells and entrance areas. Before the installation, many lights in the buildings remained on constantly, even though lighting was not required.


b,a,g, Electronics


+ 49 2932 9000 9800 www.bagelectronics.com


b,a,g, Electronics has launched a new electronic control gear search tool that has been designed to help you find the correct product in no time at all. The new tool allows you to search for b,a,g control gear by lamp type, wattage and number of lamps and you can also do a search to find the equivalent b,a,g, product to other control gear manufacturers. All you need to know is their product code or description. The b,a,g, control gear search tool can be found on the Megaman website (www.megamanuk.com) via link to the dedicated micro site.


The UK’s largest urban tram network - Greater Manchester’s Metrolink - is utilising Scolmore Group’s Flow Connector system to help provide lighting at the Tram stops across the network. Click Flow is an all-in-one junction box and connection system, which provides a quick and easy solution when adding lighting or appliances to an existing circuit. The Hub CT300 is designed to accept the Flow range of 3 or 4 pin plug-in connectors and can be connected directly to another Hub or via the three options of 2M, 3M and 5M link cables which are also part of the range.


Kingfisher Lighting


+44 (0)1623 415900 www.kingfisherlighting.com/highmast


Kingfisher has expanded it's investment into the High Mast market by purchasing a brand new van to allow High Mast maintenance engineer, Michael Mooney, to cover the whole of the UK. High Mast maintenance is an important aspect to any high mast installation and Kingfisher are proud to offer on going maintenance support as and when you need us. Michael has many years’ experience in the high mast field and his new van will enable him to better support our customers throughout the UK.


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