Long Life. LED bulbs can last 15,000 to 30,000 hours, some up to 50,000 hours depending on the quality. That’s more than 11 years, if you use the light bulb for 12 hours a day. The saving on maintenance time and cost means that these premium quality LEDs are the best choice for all types of commercial applications, such as architectural lighting.
LED lights have a massive projection range and emit more light per bulb. This means that you need fewer bulbs to light up your building, resulting in less maintenance and initial expense. An iconic building such as Somerset House, one of Anolis’ projects, has been transformed by a massive architectural LED lighting installation.
LED lighting is extremely high quality. The clarity of light emitted by an LED bulb, and the reliability of LED lighting makes it a great choice for outdoor and architectural lighting, creating a stunning and powerful visual impression.
LED lighting is delightfully easy to control. With the use of drivers and transformers, the architectural lighting can be adapted to highlight certain areas at different times at will. Looking to have the flexibility to change the colour of the lighting as you wish? LED is the perfection option for you, and can also be done wirelessly – important when you don’t want ugly wires all over your beautiful building. LED architectural lighting technology is discreet, unobtrusive and can be controlled to suit your every need. Scope, precision, flexibility – these are the characteristics.
When you have an important building you want to showcase, choosing LED lighting for your architectural lighting solution is the right choice. It is eco-friendly, reliable, high-quality, and flexible. With high-quality lighting and extreme flexibility, the options for showcasing your beautiful building (indoors or out) or outdoor space are unlimited. Invest in high-quality LED for your architectural lighting solution.
We would be delighted to discuss your architectural lighting requirements with you. Please contact us today to discuss your building and plans for lighting it up.