LUMISPHERE: A leading light across the water

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LUMISPHERE: A leading light across the water

From rivers to oceans, Lumisphere Products are lighting up the world’s waters.

 

If you’ve ever wondered who was behind the impressive lighting systems of some of the most iconic bridges in the world then you’ll definitely be interested in Lumisphere Products Ltd.

With a portfolio of London’s Albert Bridge, Chelsea Bridge and Hammersmiths’s suspension Bridge it’s hard not to be impressed. Lumisphere Products create bespoke decorative lighting for architects, designers, retail chains, ship builders and more. All of their lighting systems and products are low energy, durable and versatile. As well as easily adapted to suit all types of structures.

But where did it all begin? The company was founded by Robert Ernest Myson in 1989, formed specifically to provide the decorative lighting industry with a high quality, low maintenance, low voltage, festoon lighting system using state of the art design, materials and technologies to combat the residual problems of traditional mains operated festoon systems. Robert’s career spanned over fifty years but sadly he passed away in October 2015.

The Lumisphere team say they continue to be inspired by and committed to the ethos of Robert and his devotion to quality, describing him as a gentleman of outstanding character.

The company operate on strong values with a full commitment to ensure that they provide high quality results along with excellent advisory, sales and aftercare services.

This is apparent through their extensive portfolio of previous projects. From historic theatres to modern shopping centres, Lumisphere have been lighting up some of the UK’s favourite piers and promenades.

The renowned festoon lighting can be seen all around the foreshores of the British Isles from St Ives to Isle of Man and Stornoway, standing the test of time from the constant force of battering wind and waves

Their lighting systems can also be found on the largest cruise liners such as Holland America, Princess Aida, Carnival and Costa, Viking, and Saga lines with the latest addition being the Australian Naval fleet

 

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The Lumisphere Products are also suitable for small, large, seasonal or permanent trees. You can see the products in their full glory around the London Eye and Southbank among other global sites. Not forgetting the UK’s largest living Christmas tree, which is lovingly adorned by the Wakehurst House/Kew Gardens team each year in time for the annual festivities.

The company believe their lighting lends itself to versatile designs to project whatever effect or mood you want to create.

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