Case Studies

Douglas Borough Council sees the light with Thorn LED lanterns

On the Isle of Man in the middle of the Irish Sea, one of the latest councils to switch to energy efficient LED lighting, Douglas Borough Council, has chosen Thorn Lighting’s popular R2L2 Small & Medium fittings and Lucy Zodion CMS drivers for the conversion.

1st May 2018

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Picture perfect streetlighting

Last year DW Windsor were tasked with supplying Europe's best preserved medieval cobbled street, the Shambles, with a lighting scheme sympathetic to its surrounding medieval architecture.

26th April 2018

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Zumtobel Helps create the ‘X’ store concept for Geox – the Italian “breathable” footwear brand

Luminaires from Zumtobel Lighting have been used to help create the 'X Store' concept for footwear and apparel retailer Geox at its new flagship store in Oxford Street, London.

24th April 2018

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Chelsom create bespoke lighting scheme for Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park London

Chelsom worked closely with internationally acclaimed Joyce Wang Studio and procurement giants Benjamin West to create a stunning custom designed lighting scheme for the refurbishment of the guestrooms, corridors and public areas of one of London’s most iconic hotels, the 5-

6th April 2018

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Thorn Lighting delivers a very bright future for Archbishop Lanfranc’s Academy

Thorn Lighting is the sole lighting supplier for both interior and exterior areas for The Archbishop Lanfranc Academy’s new multi-million-pound building in Croydon, South East London.

4th April 2018

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Zumtobel helps the biggest council gym in the country achieve its goals

Zumtobel Group has helped Gateshead Council to continue its significant investment in improving the energy efficiency throughout its property portfolio whilst also providing an excellent quality of illumination in its public buildings. 

16th January 2018

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Reggiani Keeps the Faith at Victorian Chapel

Reggiani’s energy-efficient lighting chosen for major chapel renovation project

3rd January 2018

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