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What fascinates me most about fibre optic lights is not there unusual and beautiful designs, its there application in walks of life I would never have thought they could have been in.

The light source is located a distance away from the actual emission of light seen in fibre optics, and one lamp can supply many points of light. This means the heat given off is greatly reduced compared to normal incandescent lights. As well as this being more convenient in many situations, a reduced heat output is also much safer, especially when used to illuminate swimming pools and spas!

Another innovative application of fibre optics is when used to illuminate displays, such as museums. As well as less heat that conventional lighting, fibre optics give out less U.V, which can be very damaging for fragile and delicate objects. Such displays can be illuminated with lighting that changes colour, can be of varying intensity, but most importantly, will not damage the artefact’s.  As pictured below in our recent project at Westminster Abbey in Central London.

With no heat, electricity or UV light present Fibre Optic Lighting is the ideal solution for illuminating cabinets, display cases, works of art and museum pieces as demonstrated in our recent installation at Westminster Abbey in Central London.

There is no electricity in the fibre of a fibre optic light, making them weather, garden and children proof. Safety is there main advantage in the world of lighting, and that’s before we even look at how unusual and beautiful they can be.