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Trainspotters T: +44 (0)1453 756677 www.trainspotters.co.uk


Retro lighting specialists Trainspotters is coming to Spitalfields, and opening a Pop Up Showroom in London in May to showcase its products to London-based architects and interior designers. The company stocks British industrial and communist-era Eastern bloc lighting and supplies clients such as Ted Baker, Superdry and Jamie’s Italian. Trainspotters Pop Up Showroom: Shop 25, Hanbury Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6QL, Friday 4 May to Sunday 13 May. Open every day (including Sunday), 11am to 7pm.


Display Lighting T: +44 (0)161 207 3355 www.display-lighting.com


INDEPENDENT jewellers, Jacobs of Reading, is showcasing its stock in a whole new light. The family-owned firm has invested in new cabinet lighting systems to enhance its precious collections of diamonds, jewellery and watches. These bespoke luminaries have been provided by Display Lighting, based in Altrincham. MD Paul Breedon explained: “Due to advancements in technology we now supply systems that mix cool and warm white LEDs to enhance both silver and gold metals.”


Leyton Lighting T: +44 (0)1268 544488 www.leyton-lighting.co.uk


Leyton Lighting is extending its range of extensive kitchen lighting by the introduction of PowerPort. This is a pop socket that comprises 3 X UK plug sockets and 2 X USB power sockets in an aluminium housing that offers discreet power and charging. Press to open when in the retractable position and then extend to the height required. When not in use the PowerPort is flush with the work surface to give a sleek and clean look. PowerPort ensures the most effective use of space in kitchens.


MID Lighting T: +44 (0)1494 437962 www.midlighting.co.uk


MID Lighting have recently supplied their Polestar-LED floodlights to the new Savill Building near Windsor. The floodlight houses 36 white, 5200K LEDs and is manufactured from die-cast aluminium with an electrostatic spray to reduce maintenance. The floodlights also come with toughened glass and can be supplied in 20, 40 or 60 degree beam widths. Mounted to blend in with the intricate ceiling details the Polestar-LED floodlights provide a general illumination, additional floodlights mounted on the vertical beams pick out the curvature of the ceiling.


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iGuzzini T: +44 (0)1483 468000 www.iguzzini.co.uk


Lun-Up has been developed to illuminate a column achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-Up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings.


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