LTP flies high at Brighton's i360

Date: 15th August 2016 | Cat: Group News

LTP Integration & Products reached new heights at the world's slenderest tower.

LTP Integration & Products supplied a Traxon/e:cue control system to deliver intuitive management of the architectural lighting at the British Airways i360 in Brighton.

The 162-metre high structure took two years to construct using 850 tonnes of steel. It holds the Guinness World Record for the slenderest tower, with a diameter of just 3.9 metres at its widest point.

LTP was appointed by Optelma, following our previous experience working for British Airways on the London Eye.

The architectural lighting manufacturers – who have offices in Oxfordshire, London, Paris and Switzerland – tasked us with the specification and provision of a control solution that could be programmed to deliver an array of lighting effects triggered by the movement of the pod.

LTP’s status as a Traxon/e:cue Partner and Value Added Reseller, as well as our experience in architectural lighting schemes of this nature, were pivotal to the delivery of this element of the project.

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