Wolfson College was founded in 1966 and is the largest and most international of the Oxford graduate Colleges, having 70 different nationalities, studying for Doctorates and Masters Degrees across a broad spectrum of disciplines.Continue reading “Wolfson College Buttery”
Spectral Lighting has provided its Blade lighting and acoustic system to the Redtree Shawfield office development outside Glasgow. The Red Tree development is a coworking hub to provide contemporary collaborative workspace for start-up businesses and established businesses alike. Providing a flexible space with premium desking required a flexible premium looking lighting system. Arups Glasgow office saw Blade as an ideal solution.Continue reading “Redtree Shawfield”
Spectral Lighting is proud to be associated with the New Central Mosque in Cambridge. Designed to be environmentally friendly, it boasts zero carbon on-site emissions, rainwater harvesting and air source heat pumps. The H-PROFIL 140 LED lighting rings by Spectral provide all the main lighting and were designed not only to be a feature but also to be energy efficient in line with the buildings ECO credentials.Continue reading “CAMBRIDGE CENTRAL MOSQUE”
‘Head of Spectral UK, Jon Estell , donned the Ridi group cycling jersey yesterday for a charity bike ride that started at The Emirates, home of Arsenal FC. It was in aid the charity Ridi group have supported called Charlie’s Gift. Simon Fisher of F Mark joined Jon, Charlie’s father and 18 other riders to ride to Harwich via Lea Valley, Epping Forest and through some great ‘Constable country’ roads, round Colchester to a very wet Harwich!Continue reading “Charlie’s Gift charity ride 2019”
RIDI Group are pleased to announce the integration of Selux indoor lighting into their current portfolio. Many customers familiar with Selux will have known of the plans to stop producing indoor lighting in autumn 2018 to concentrate on their outdoor portfolio.
Many of the architectural lines from Selux will now be produced under the Spectral brand and will also continue to be made across town in Berlin at RIDI’s Zeuthen facility. The product line range names will remain the same, so existing customers will see continuity in specification. Selux Rail and Utility products will be sold under the RIDI brand on the same basis.
Our aim is to make the transition as seamless as possible so if you have any existing products or specifications then please feel free to contact Jon Estell of Spectral Lighting.