Spurlite were approached by Addington Capital and their favoured electrical contractor Manstal Electrical to develop a lighting design for an office refurbishment project.
The ceilings in the development consisted of a mix of SAS plank type ceilings and plasterboard solid ceilings. This followed on the back of a previous project within which Spurlite had produced a modified luminaire to sit within a 525mm x 525mm ceiling grid. The developer liked the results achieved on this project and requested that Spurlite become involved with the Randall House development.
The developer wanted to create a clean common appearance across the office space, with luminaires in the different types of ceiling having similar aesthetics. The SAS ceiling was a 1375mm x 350mm plank ceiling and therefore necessitated a bespoke designed product. Spurlite had produced similar types of luminaire before so it was easy to develop the product to match the specific requirements of this project. To introduce the same appearance in the plasterboard section of the ceiling Spurlite designed a frame to sit with the plasterboard and house the same luminaire as used in the SAS plank ceiling, the result providing almost like for like luminaire appearance across the installation.