World Trade Centre, Bangalore, India

Categories: 2013, Project

By: Kemps

Working with AWA Lighting Designers in India, we were extremely pleased to be included in the specification for the new World Trade Centre in the centre of Bangalore, India.

Due to the location, height and position of the lighting required by AWA, it was clear that Cold Cathode was the perfect choice and our Coveline system was chosen (KL-CL-EMD160IP). Over 600mtrs now provides a white glowing band of light to define the architectural curves of this modern centre piece of this dynamic city.

Working with our local partner Imagineering Services, who were on hand to provide full and comprehensive support to carry out this complex installation, to the full satisfaction of AWA and the client, Brigade Enterprises Ltd.

Mt Abhay Wadhwa of AWA commented;

“We were asked by the client to suggest a facade lighting effect, supplementing the corporate legacy in tune and sync with this iconic structure. Our expertise in such lighting guided us towards Cold Cathode technology. The support from Kemps Architectural Lighting, UK for their Cold Cathode was excellent and we decided to use their product. We would say we are very satisfied with the product, and would be unfair if we do not compliment the installer team from Imagineering who have done a flawless job.”

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