Architecture & Design Lighting Projects
Give your architecture and design projects a new lease of life and create stunning lighting effects with Surelight LED and Electroluminescent lighting solutions. We have many clients who are regularly incorporating our Surelight lighting products into their creations. Please scroll down to view information on a wide variety of architects and designers who have utilised our lighting.
Visitors to Sheffield’s Victoria Quays are in for a real treat as the grade II listed Straddle Building’s amazing new technicolour lighting brings a wonderful new dimension to the restored Sheffield canal basin.
The Devonshire Group came to Surelight for luxury LED lighting that would help reduce their carbon footprint by reducing energy consumption.
First and foremost it needed to be a functional working office space with the very best office lighting we offer. At the same time it needed to include a full range of colourful and charismatic RGB Surelight products to inspire architects and designers.
The recently installed bridge runs along side the Anglo-Saxon Castle which houses the Museum of Somerset.
Surelight helped bring the new £1 million wedding venue in Worcestershire to ‘sparkling’ life with its innovative lighting, giving the venue just the fairy tale effect it needed to attract brides and grooms looking for somewhere extra special to celebrate their wedding.
When the Strand Palace Hotel was looking to create the wow factor during the 2012 Olympics, 50 of Surelight’s Arcus II DMX LED Wall Washer Lights were installed on the front elevation of the hotel, creating a fabulous external lighting effect.
It features Surelight's 3000K Orionis LED Strip Lights incorporated into the hand rails.
Interior designers/contractors Spacepad used Surelight LED lighting for major refurbishment of the former Walnut Club Champagne Bar in Ecclesall Road, Sheffield to become the new bar and grill called "Studio 557
This £3.8 million project with architects Grant Murray, won the Scottish Design Awards 2012 ‘Affordable Housing’ commendation and the Herald Property Awards 2012 ‘Social Housing Development of the Year’ commendation.
They were intially looking at LED lights due to their low maintenence and long lifetimes when compared to traditional metal halides.
Almost three quarters of a million people saw Renault’s Captur concept car when it was unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, and thousands more will have admired it in top motoring media, such as Top Gear.
The C-X75 project allowed Jaguar to stake an even stronger claim as the UK's most significant investor in innovative technology; pushing every boundary of power, performance & fuel efficiency.