The chosen luminaire had to comply with several different lighting standards to meet the requirements of different lighting tasks – main and minor roads and building façade. Sephora Cubis lanterns ticked all the boxes.
The final scheme comprises piggyback style units with Sephora 650 lanterns lighting the main TfL traffic route in front of the building (on 8m and 5m columns) and column and wall-mounted, smaller 450 lanterns throughout the rest of the scheme.
In keeping with The City of London’s lighting strategy, a mix of 4000K and 3000K colour temperatures were selected where appropriate to the scheme.
Lanterns were supplied with Urban Control internal nodes, making them compatible with the City of London’s award-winning CMS deployment.
With its conscious lighting scheme design, the building will realise a significant reduction in carbon emissions and energy consumption, to help the firm reach its carbon-neutral targets.