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The Light Corporation T: +44 (0)1442 216200 www.lightcorporation.com


The TyrelLED series is The Light Corporation’s first range of dedicated LED downlights available for private and commercial installations alike. Each TyrelLED is built by hand with unrivalled build quality in the company’s own factory based in England. We use class-leading LEDs to ensure exceptional light output along with a range of beam angles and outputs. The TyrelLED series is just one of a range of dedicated LED products available from The Light Corporation.


Nulite Lighting T: +44 (0)1278 792121 www.nulitelighting.co.uk


Venture T: +44 (0)845 2302222 www.venturelighting.com


Venture Lighting Europe has supplied lamps and dimming ballasts for interior lighting at Ambleside based Hayes Garden World. Hacel Lighting Ltd chose the metal halide lighting scheme to ensure excellent colour rendering, whilst dramatically reducing energy consumption. Hacel’s Aspen Prismatic high bay luminaires were used with Venture’s Uni-Form® 150w ceramic lamps. The Aspen Prismatic luminaire ensures effective light distribution with no glare, whilst the ceramic lamp eliminates cold spots for a more uniform light source.


Light Projects T: +44 (0)20 7231 8282 www.lightprojects.co.uk


Most London Councils operate an ongoing urban regeneration programme. One such scheme for Kensington and Chelsea has been the ‘Westway Project’. Working in conjunction with Transport for London, Kensington & Chelsea Council, the Westway Development Trust and visual consultant Urban Eye, Light Projects has supplied and focussed lighting fittings to complement artwork into a light and bright canvas. A clever mix of lighting was used for downlighting and to cross-graze the underside of the bridges and road structures. This included 70w / 150w 4° metal halide projectors, 36w RGB colour changing DMX controlled projectors and festoon lighting.


Hamilton Litestat T: +44 (0)1747 860088 www.hamilton-litestat.com


Decorative electrical wiring accessories manufacturer Hamilton Litestat has supplied its Sheer CFX plate collection to a prestigious new Isle of Man housing development, Ballanard Woods. Hamilton’s Sheer CFX collection of switch plates, sockets, media and telecommunication points, and shaving sockets has been specified throughout the development in polished steel; its ultra slim plates and patented concealed fixing design giving a smooth finish, complementing the stylish interiors. Dandara has previously specified Hamilton in other developments on the Isle of Man including Quay West.


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The above shows the Bubble rings in 600/1000/1800/3000mm on the same suspension. Several arrangements can be made. The Bubble Tourbillon features concentric rings mounted within the largest ring which swivel independently. The range is in impact resistant polycarbonate and in opal, orange and other colours. The Bubble has been specified for the Google headquarters in Silicone Valley, the Ferrari World Park in Abu Dhabi and other prestigious projects including conference areas, exhibition halls and retail parks.The Bubble is part of a comprehensive range for buildings, residential, hospitals and all other interior projects.


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