Adding to its well-known lifestyle showrooms in Cape Town and Johannesburg, Eurolux recently unveiled the Eurolux Lighting Application Centres – specifically designed to showcase the newly launched project luminaire range. Each Lighting Application Centre is a fully interactive space that not only displays the complete project range but also educates visitors on the different lighting methods and energy-efficient options available.
“Architects, design consultants and lighting specialists will find the Eurolux Lighting Application Centre particularly useful,” says Shaun Bouchier, director at Eurolux. “Here we provide the complete photometric data, luminous distribution and technical specifications of each product, essential information for any lighting professional deciding on the best lighting solution for a particular project.”
At the Lighting Application Centre Eurolux also employs an Intellibus Remote Lighting Controller which accurately presents the various effects of the different lighting solutions it stocks for the professional market. Bouchier suggests that architects, interior designers, specifiers and developers will find this service valuable. “They can come and observe the quality, colour rendering and effect of each luminaire, so that they can make informed decisions on these high-investment products.”
Also included in this new section is a Lamp Education Centre, which provides a short history on lamp technology and its evolution to create more energy efficient products. Consumers and retailers can learn from this overview about the differing technologies, their benefits and best usage guides.
Another feature, The Lamp Cube, will educate visitors on colour temperatures, light quality and lifespan, offering a guide to finding the right product that will suit their specific needs. “This visual display will be useful for anyone wanting to see the real life application of their chosen product,” adds Bouchier.
“Our aim with adding the Eurolux Lighting Application Centre to our existing showrooms is to enable both novices and professionals to make more informed decisions when selecting lighting,” says Bouchier. “Friendly and well-informed staff will be on hand to assist with customer queries and recommendations.”