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SGM makes impact at Playboy Club London


SGM’s latest pioneering LED lighting effect has made its world debut in the iconic Playboy Club London. The venue, which has been reopened on two floors in Mayfair’s Old Park Lane—30 years after it closed—features around 2500 white SGM LED balls in the form of two ceiling starbursts and a pixel ‘curtain’ that will also display media.


Ex-Or Hi-Bay helps cut costs


Ex-Or, the Honeywell-owned lighting management specialist have put a leading UK high street retailer is on track to make energy savings of £30,000 a year at its half a million sq ft distribution warehouse in the Midlands.


The basis of the lighting control system in the warehouse is Ex-Or Hi-Bay LightSpot presence-detecting controls, specially designed to eliminate unnecessary use of lighting in buildings with greater ceiling heights. The detectors provide a narrow angle of view despite the fact they are mounted at great height. This means that much smaller, precisely targeted internal areas can be monitored.


The ARC Show 2012 announces two new features


Now entering its seventh year, The Arc Show announces two exciting new feature areas. With the future of sustainable lighting being such a hot topic, The Sustainable Lighting Showcase will deliver the next generation of energy efficient lighting and technologies. The Healthcare and Education Lighting Showcase will be a unique live environment and the ideal opportunity to view the latest products and gain inspiration from these sectors. These new features join The Urban Lighting Showcase and The Retail Lighting Showcase, which were successfully launched at last year’s event.


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Bruce Munro Illuminates Help 4 Heroes Headquarters


Bruce Munro has installed a cascading fibre optic chandelier in the main reception area of Tedworth Hall, Headquarters of the military charity Help 4 Heroes. The Light Shower chandelier consists of simple elements put together in a spectacular way. A taught frame of stainless steel cables will be rigged across the balconies of Graces Hall, creating a rectangle of 6.5 x 5m, to echo the dimensions of the ceiling moldings above.


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