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About The Light Lab
Lighting consultants, architectural lighting design
The Light Lab are specialists in the design, build and manufacture of bespoke lighting solutions within the architectural lighting design industry.
For the past decade, The Light Lab has been delivering high quality lighting solutions to projects across the UK, with a strong national and a growing global presence.
We provide a range of lighting solutions, focusing on bespoke lighting manufacture, specialist lighting installation & specialist lighting design, combined with design & manufacture of bespoke lighting products, keeping us at the forefront of new lighting technology.
We work with a collection of top UK designers and architects, working to bespoke requirements and delivering projects on budget, on time and to the highest possible quality. Our aim is to realise the lighting visions that are brought to us by the talented lighting designers we work with, from the straight forward to even the most complex lighting schemes.
We work closely as a team to offer an efficient personalised service, maintaining excellent communication and support to ensure a smooth running project from conception to installation.
We are passionate about providing you with the most efficient lighting solutions to suit all bespoke requirements; bringing your lighting vision to life.
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