LED lighting range for heritage buildings

High Technology Lighting’s Heritage range of LED lighting fittings is designed to replicate the effect of gas-burning mantles in buildings such as Victorian theatres. In some cases, it will be possible to adapt existing lanterns to retain the character of the building. New lanterns can also be supplied to replicate those used in the Victorian and other periods.

Fittings can be tailored to any shape or size and to suit any lantern type. With DMX and DALI technology as an integral part of the design, lamps can be controlled to provide users with the ability to control lux level to enhance the mood and ambience of a venue.

Heritage fittings have already been installed at Newcastle Theatre Royal and Leeds City Varieties Theatre.

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