Surelight was approached by Coldplay’s lighting design team, to create the lighting theme for the Mylo Xyloto World Tour. We assisted in the build and design, and supplied digitally controllable lighting for the sell-out world tour.
Chatsworth wanted to reduce its carbon footprint but needed the new lighting to fit in with the original architecture. The lighting in the restaurant needed to be luxurious, ambient and versatile so it could be easily changed for events such as weddings.
The results speak for themselves, with the system generating an estimated saving of 85% on energy consumption, 42.2 MWh per year. That translates to around £5,600 per year on the 16 flats in which the system has been installed.
Channel 4 was creating adverts for music festivals which would engage viewers. The broadcaster approached Surelight to provide Electroluminescent (EL) Wire which would be used in the advert in a variety of eye-catching ways.
The new lighting system had to work with the existing Lutron control system and create a dramatic effect which was as spectacular as the building itself. Surelight’s team conducted in-depth schematics and suggested several different ways of illuminating the building’s impressive glass frontage.
Surelight LED Neon and LED Modules help Sign 2000 and HMDW Architects in the Centenary Restoration Project of the Phoenix Cinema.
In 2010 the Phoenix underwent a £1.1m renovation to celebrate the cinema’s centenary, which was led by the Phoenix Cinema Trust and funded by public donations and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Designed by HMDW Architects, this included a new café-bar with a balcony, also restoring the original barrel-vaulted ceiling and Art Deco panels.
As part of the restoration the exterior signage and interior Art Deco wall panels were reworked and lit using Surelight LED Neon and LED Modules by signage company ‘Sign 2000’.