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Caption: Above & right: Maurice Brill illuminated AFI Palace in Romania with the help of Cube Lighting. Far right: Projection Lighting supplied its AlphaLED range to Aplace in Stockholm; Beacon LED by Concord. Below: Concord’s Stadium LED spotlight is helping Ozwald Boateng on Saville Row show off its contemporary tailoring.


AFI Palace, one of the largest and newest shopping malls in Romania, has been illuminated by Maurice Brill Lighting Design with the help of Cube Lighting. Cube supplied in excess of €2m of both standard LED, LV and metal halide luminaires, as well as numerous specially designed, engineered and manufactured fixtures for the malls, public areas, exterior and landscaping, as well as the incredible cantilevered hemispherical glazed roof of the central food and entertainment dome. Concord’s Stadium LED spotlight is helping Ozwald Boateng on Saville Row show off its contemporary tailoring. Stadium EVO is specifically designed for retail and display spaces where textiles and cosmetics are displayed. A total of 130 Stadium EVO fixtures, finished in black with a mix of 100 and 250 beams, were specified for the store, mounted on three-circuit track. A warm 3000K colour temperature was used, with high (Ra 93) natural colour rendering. A further advantage of Stadium LED luminaires over the older generation of retail light sources, tungsten halogen and metal halide, is their


zero UV/IR output – important where high-quality fabrics are involved. ‘We knew the lights when we saw them. It was an instant attraction to a beautiful looking luminaire and technically sound product that ticks all the right boxes, in our requirements. The Stadium LED spotlight has changed the dynamics of our store for the good. Its a gem!’ explains Jazz Virdee, head of design, production and merchandise for Ozwald Boateng. Projection Lighting has supplied the


prestigious Aplace fashion store in Stockholm with its AlphaLED range for display lighting. The store required a high quality, halogen replacement. The AlphaLED Basic adjustable downlight was specified by designer Ljus Arkitektur for its consistency, colour rendering, appearance and maintenance-free performance with good uniformity and illumination. This CRI 98 installation provides great colour rendition for clothing displays with less than five per cent light depreciation over 50,000 hours and half the energy requirement of halogen. Reduced heat gain and


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air-conditioning requirements are additional benefits of AlphaLED. As Katy Dixey, head of design at Deltalight, sums up: ‘Lighting in retail can determine how long a customer will stay in a shop. It plays an important role in how the customer perceives the image of the brand: sympathetic specification of lamps to fit the mood of the brand conveys a sophistication for the products on display and harsh glary lighting can have the opposite effect on merchandise.’


Contact


Cube Lighting 01442 876 676 www.cubelighting.com Deltalight 0870 757 7087 www.deltalight.co.uk


Havells Sylvania (Concord) 0870 606 2030 www.concord-lighting.com LAPD Consultants 01707 290 010 www.lapdconsultants.com OSRAM 01753 484 100 www.osram.co.uk Projection Lighting 0161 872 6868 www.alphaLED.co.uk Xicato 07525 715 497 www.xicato.com


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