FUTURE DESIGNS: LIGHTING FOR FASHION AND FUNCTION

Future Designs are confident they can turn any good concept into reality as a bespoke and sustainable lighting solution going forward.

They have designed and manufactured high-quality luminaires since 1991 and are proud of meeting exacting demands of clients, designers and engineers.

They have expanded their operations down the years throughout Europe and the Middle East, where they opened an office in 2012.

They have excelled in both residential and non-residential lighting systems, the latter across many sectors.

Research and development into LED are buzz words about the company and they continue to invest in innovation.

LED breakthroughs are game changing technology within the lighting industry, from which forward-thinking companies are developing a vast array of uses.

A genuine equivalent to traditional light sources, comparable to 50 Watt Halogen and even 35 Watt Metal Halide bulbs, are now dominating the marketplace.

Such systems can mean huge savings, in comparison, and switching to low energy bulbs is an easy way to reduce carbon emissions. Demand for LED products has soared as a result.

Future Designs are determined to get the balance right on energy performance and financial management, with energy costs increasing and carbon taxes being introduced.

Their products are about fashion as well as function, though, and their work at the Crown Estate owned Regent Street Mezzanine is a good example of what’s possible.

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They were enlisted by award-winning architects Barr Gazetas to light up a Mezzanine on London’s iconic Regent Street, which has been subject to a £1billion investment programme.

More than 7.5million tourists visit Regent Street and it’s also a big business hub, with over 10,000 people employed there.

The Regent Street Mezzanine is located in a single floor at 7 Air Street and is mainly used as a presentation and exhibition space, or as a marketing suite.

But it’s low floor and ceiling heights made lighting up the area challenging, but Future’s collaboration made it possible.

Traditional copper fixtures for the carcass and conduit came together with the latest in LED components, such as etched glass discs to give off a soft luminance.

A push-fit connector system makes it easy to maintain and used, with Future role in realising another concept becoming a reality

LightingInteriorsOnline.com endorse Future Lighting as a company who can meet all of your lighting solutions going forward.

Check out www.futuredesigns.co.uk to see what they can do for you or call them on 01732 867 420. Alternatively, email light@futuredesigns.co.uk.

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