Leading retail lighting designers give us an insight into the specialism, encompassing developments and trends, research into lighting for cosmetics concessions, and their pick of favourite lighting fittings.
Associate, Lighting Design International
1 Flos Architectural: Running Magnet 2.0 The discreet magnetic 24V track can be installed in a wide variety of locations, orientations and formats, allowing the range of light modules to provide a great collection of lighting effects. The magnetic track allows fittings to be added, subtracted or repositioned easily to suit the products being displayed.
2 LED Linear Hydra: 004 Profiles With a wide range of colour temperatures and light outputs, the LED Linear Hydra LED can complement any desired ambience. The 004 aluminium profile can be used with lenses to give homogenous light effects, concealed diffused washes or narrow-focused beams or grazes.
3 Erco: Parscan Optically these fittings perform really well, providing precise, smooth effects, and when combined with a full range of outputs, high CRI and interchangeable lenses give a very flexible system well-suited to retail. The fitting's small size and minimal symmetrical form also make it ideal for installation inside ceiling slots or small details.
LDI Retail Schemes
- Deirdre Dyson showroom, London
- Armorial, London
- Graff Diamonds, London
- Lapicida, London
- Lakeside Shopping Centre
- Bluewater Shopping Centre
PJC Light Studio
1 Viabizzuno: N55 spotlight range This is a very versatile family of fittings with a beautiful range of accessories, transforming it anywhere from a useful glare-free spotlight to a fixed decorative pendant using a selection of glass shades. The engineering and optical performance of this fitting are top quality.
2 KKDC: Tana A great linear profile with excellent quality high-CRI LEDs. The ease of concealment within simple furniture details is difficult to beat.
3 Flos Architectural: Running Magnet For something a little bit different in lower ceilings...
PJC Retail Schemes
- Harvey Nichols
- Christian Louboutin (Toronto, Harrods and Selfridges London)
- Versace, New York
- Stella McCartney (Paris and Stockholm)
- Beymen, Istanbul
- Marimekkko, Helsinki
- Galeries Lafayette, Beijing