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Buildings and monuments, shopping malls and retail chains, corporate foyers and museums; increasingly people expect to be entertained in locations that were traditionally the preserve of purely architectural lighting. In many venues it is no longer sufficient to light a space beautifully, the lighting is now required to be part of an interactive entertainment experience that must stand out against all the competing presentations to which visitors are exposed.
This bridge between architectural and entertainment lighting, which increasingly utilises LED and video technology, has created a new market that is growing rapidly. Our objective is to provide the control tools that this market requires and to continue to develop these tools based on the feedback of users worldwide.
We are delighted to announce the opening of our new office in Hong Kong and the appointment of Tony Symms as Regional Manager for Asia Pacific. Nathan Chan has also joined Pharos as Product Support Manager for the region. Chris…more
Fully refurbished, the 19th Century tea clipper Cutty Sark in Greenwich has a brand new visitor centre, providing stunning access to view the restored hull and deck spaces. Exhibition areas, created by Designmap were lit by Andy Grant of Luminance…more
Stairwells in two residential towers have been transformed into stunning media façades in East London. The vibrant lighting scheme was conceived by New York’s Global Design Strategies (GDS) and installed and realised by Architainment Lighting. A Pharos LPC 40 controls 5,753…more
With the increasing popularity of smartphones and tablets, more and more Pharos projects require some degree of interaction with these mobile devices. Our approach is to utilise the web server built into every Pharos controller to deliver a custom web…more
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see us at these events
Sands Expo Center, Singapore
5th - 7th June
6 - 9 October 2013
Earl's Court, London
20 - 21 November 2013