As a specialist architectural lighting integrator, we’re very fortunate to work on buildings of all shapes and sizes – such as the 27-storey Kew Eye Tower at Great West Quarter in Brentford, West London.
LTP Integration was recently commissioned to carry out planned preventative maintenance to the LED lighting installation running along the spine of the building.
In addition to the routine working at height training requirements that are essential for an architectural lighting project of this nature, our engineers also receive Building Maintenance Unit (BMU) training to allow them to carry out this professional work. A BMU is commonly referred to as a window cleaning cradle, gantry or gondola.
Standing at 305 feet (93 metres) tall, Kew Eye Tower was designed by award-winning Assael Architecture.
LTP Integration used a total of 396 Traxon LED Dot XL-6 RGB Strong modules to define the unique building, which incorporates a 100-room apart-hotel on the lower floors.
Originally completed in 2015, this architectural lighting solution has withstood the elements and continues to operate effectively more than six years on, which is testament to the durability and longevity of the Traxon product.
Please get in touch if you have a lighting project that is a little out of the ordinary or requires a good head for heights!
Simply contact us today on +44 (0)1554 740500 or email@example.com to discuss your installation or maintenance needs.