Focus: Retail Lighting

Peter Veale
Director, Firefly Lighting Design

Peter Veale

Product Pick

Viabizzuno: System 94

1 Viabizzuno: System 94 I love to hide as much as possible in the ceiling and it's more discreet than using gimbals. I know quite a few make similar linear systems, but to my knowledge this is the only one that can do curves too, which gives it the edge.

Applelec: Light Sheet

2 Applelec: Light Sheet Still as good as when we first discovered it. Love using it for displays, under shelves and for backlighting. Have even used it as a semi-transparent shelf on its own so it lights the items above and below (see 'skulls' image above).

Erco: Parscan spotlight range

3 Erco: Parscan spotlight range Really nice that you can interchange the spread lenses without anything being visible (attachment holders and so on.) This means they're good for lighting strange shapes. Very good colour rendering, well made and a design that's simple and not at all fussy.

Firefly Retail Schemes

- Harrods Fashion Lab, London
- Harrods in-Q, London
- Michael Kors, Bond Street, London
- Morelle Davidson Jewellery, London
- Hagkaup department store, Reykjavík
- 2nd floor, Fortnum & Mason

Neil Knowles
Director, Elektra Lighting Design

Neil Knowles

Product Pick

iGuzzini: iN 60 linear profile

1 iGuzzini: IN 60 linear profile Lots of options, good distribution, good fabrication, easy to install, generally good all round.

ETC: Source 4

2 ETC: Source 4 Proper optics and great output, best in its class for image projection, reliable.

Linea Light: LED tape

3 Linea Light: LED tape An affordable, good output tape solution: we've used it in coves and behind stretch ceilings.

Elektra Retail Schemes
- The Mall, Walthamstow
- Multiplex pop-up shop, Selfridges
- The Mall, Maidstone
- Mall of Arabia, Riyadh
- Bielefeld Mall, Germany
- Vanke shopping centre, China

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