Used in both residential and commercial environments, feature or architectural lighting can be used to:
Powered by compact, durable and energy efficient LEDs,
architectural lighting allows home and business owners to create personalised
lighting projections remotely through a series of easy-to-use controls. Users
may alter colour, brightness levels, and direction depending on individual
preferences and requirements.
Whether it’s resting, working, playing, sleeping or eating,
our homes are typically where we spend the majority of our free time. We should
aim to light our houses or apartments in a way that’s both practical and
beneficial to our general well-being.
While some older homes may still use traditional filament light bulbs, advances in LED lighting technology mean that we can now fit lights to places that were previously inaccessible such as skirting boards and borders. Dynamical lighting also allows us the option to alter both the colour and temperature of our in-house lighting to reflect our current mood.
The higher the quality and design aesthetics of the lighting
in offices and other workspaces, the better our and our colleagues’
If workplace lights are either too bright or too dim, then
workers are likely to become tired more quickly leading to a drop in
Effective architectural lighting to balance both natural and
artificial light sources significantly affects the quality and consistency of
our work as well as happiness levels within the workplace.
LED lighting is invaluable for enhancing the experience of
visiting a museum, gallery or exhibition.
This is not just for illuminating a particular piece of art
in a certain way but also in the conservation of valuable artworks. These
artworks are often vulnerable to the excess levels of heat-based lighting
produced by old fashioned filament bulbs and traditional strip lighting.
As architectural LED lighting can be controlled remotely or
via sensors – you can switch these lights on and off as and when visitors are
present and vary the lights’ settings to better reflect the mood or feeling of
the works on show at a particular time.
Whether indoors or outdoors, architectural lighting can be
used to illuminate important sacred buildings and monuments. This creates the
calm and well-lit environment worshippers prefer and welcome to practise their
Durable and compact LED feature
lighting is increasingly being used to draw attention to divine symbols in
churches, temples, synagogues, and mosques.
In the world of retail, the role of lighting is no longer to
simply light up products, aisles and displays. Many small and large retailers
are using now strategic architectural lighting to evoke a certain atmosphere or
rouse a particular emotion subliminally encouraging a customer to make a
Retail is sometimes stressful and very tiring work. LED
feature lighting in retail environments is also used to ensure your employees
are getting enough of the right type of lighting leading to improved
productivity levels and reducing absences.
Combining modern technology, premium components, and
innovation in design, our practical and affordable LED lighting solutions for
both homes and businesses. We supply our proprietary, market-leading lighting
products are spearheaded by our best-selling Mozart range throughout the UK and
Delivering outstanding performance, innovative cooling systems
and unrivalled energy efficiency, these products are designed specifically for
high-output, long-distance projections whether installed in an indoor or
Equipped with RGB LEDs enabling countless colour and
temperature combinations, our Mozart LED lighting systems can be used to create
anything from a warm, relaxing office space, a dynamically lit shopping centre,
or to illuminate a large church, concert hall or exhibition space.
Mozart technical specification:
Established in 2004, Airius work with thousands of
businesses from SMEs to large, multinational companies make significant
reductions to their energy bills and carbon footprint.
There are a number of significant advantages to using LED
lighting over fluorescent and filament-based lights including
Whether you’re a homeowner, a business owner, a landlord, an
architect, an interior designer or a property developer, please contact our
lighting experts who will help you enhance your environment whilst lowering
your costs and reducing waste.
Built using premium components, our expertly crafted
architectural LED lighting solutions feature a number of benefits over
traditional forms of lighting, including:
To find out how your home or business can benefit from
LED-based feature and architectural lighting, please contact us today to
request a free brochure.
You can get in touch with us by giving us a call on 01202 554 200 or via email at email@example.com.