Artech Lighting works with some of the most respected names in architecture, design and construction to deliver modern, vibrant projects on time, on schedule and on budget.
Case Studies Brochure
Artech Lighting transformed Yarm School’s auditorium from fluorescent to LED by utilising its innovative ‘Revive’ approach.
Artech’s team designed, developed, and manufactured a bespoke replacement LED and gear tray with the drivers selected to ensure compatibility with existing lighting control systems, creating a beautifully lit space with over 60% savings on energy!
Through upcycling existing fittings, Artech reduced onsite manhours and building work, further reducing embedded carbon within the development as less transport is needed for deliveries or onsite labour.
Artech is working towards a zero-carbon future, evident throughout this development, and eliminating the need for new fixtures cut costs massively, enabling a straightforward installation, maintaining the aesthetic and functional aspects of the space.
North East Training Provider
Artech’s work across the college campus equates to an aluminium saving of around 100,000 aluminium drink cans and a 17.5kW saving on lighting electrical consumption… and that’s before performance savings as a result of the new controls.
Payback on investment is nine months, as well as increasing the life of the new luminaires through using controls.
The finished product looks brand new and factory fresh, with lighting levels tailored to meet the needs of the College.
All provided by Artech Lighting, with parts manufactured 30 minutes from site – all delivered with a five-year warranty, as with all new luminaires.
Bank House, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Part of the £100m Pilgrim Street regeneration project in Newcastle city centre, Bank House is a new landmark development delivering 120,000sqft of grade-A office space, illuminated by Artech Lighting.
The development, led by Bowmer + Kirkland, becomes a stimulant for transformation, creating some of the most sought-after city centre space in the North East.
Artech Lighting supplied the project with thousands of its Nitor, Flowline and Tenus products, delivering a fully compliant lighting solution scheme that also incorporated the Fortis external illuminated handrail system, which perfectly complements the sleek architecture of the project. Artech’s turnkey solution including design, manufacturing and supply establishes a new benchmark for workspace illumination across the 14-storey development.
Artech Lighting Managing Director, Stuart Hylton, said: “Artech were proud to be involved in this exciting initiative in the core of a city undergoing significant revitalization. It is testimony to the construction team that they chose a true North East manufacturer to deliver such a prestigious regional project. The Artech design team has collaborated with NG Bailey and Bowmer + Kirkland to guarantee an outstanding lighting solution for the project.”
Artech Lighting delivered bespoke solutions for BT’s 13-storey Assembly Bristol development, constructed near Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station.
The new development, which opened its doors in summer 2022, is a hub for more than 2,000 employees, built on a derelict site, forming part of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone – a £17million Bristol City Council scheme.
Artech supplied the project with Flowline fittings, incorporating a track system into the product to also house Astra track lights. Each product was produced to individual bespoke lengths, suiting the exact dimensions of the various areas of the project.
Institute for Regeneration and Repair
Artech Lighting was proud to be appointed by Balfour Beatty Group Ltd for the supply of lighting solutions to the prestigious Institute for Regeneration and Repair (IRR), delivering lighting fixtures from across the entire range, including a number of bespoke linear Flowline systems that provide a stunning solution to some of the common spaces.
IRR is based at the University of Edinburgh and boasts some of the brightest minds in the UK, with scientists and clinicians studying tissue regeneration and repair to advance human health and reproductive outcomes.
Our design team worked closely with project designers to ensure all Artech solutions provided not only offer a stylish lighting solution, but operate to the exacting optimum standards required for the vitally important work being done at the Institute.
Dubai World Trade Centre
Renowned as the Middle East’s premier trade and exhibition centre, Artech Lighting was selected to provide lighting products for meeting spaces and conference rooms.
The project was designed to the highest specification, utilising Artech’s SoftLine and Tenus products throughout.
Our high-quality energy efficient products helped exceed the customer’s stringent energy targets.
The University of Edinburgh
Artech Lighting was commissioned by construction giants Balfour Beatty to supply a solution to illuminate the award-winning student accommodation, Holyrood North Residence Hall, at Edinburgh University.
The state-of-the-art development opened its doors in 2016, claiming the coveted ‘Best University Halls of Residence’ honour, at the Property Week Student Accommodation Awards.
Each bedroom in the development is fitted with Artech Lighting’s interior Crescent surface lights and energy efficient LED FlowLine product. Artech also designed and installed suspended energy efficient LED FlowLine lighting systems in the main reception, halls and common rooms.
An architecturally outstanding property, the redevelopment of 2 Idol Lane includes an extension and extensive refurbishment by London & Oriental, providing new Grade A office space.
The development has been completed to the highest specification, incorporating Artech Lighting’s innovative and stylish Magna downlights throughout.
Recessed FlowLine lights also feature throughout the individual offices, meeting the developers’ target of creating something as sustainable and energy efficient as possible.
44 Whitfield Street
This incredible contemporary office space in the West End of London spans six floors and boasts panoramic views of the vibrant business and arts district of Fitzrovia.
Artech Lighting provided lighting solutions across the project, utilising LED lighting throughout.
This project includes Artech’s popular Surface FlowLine, which have been designed specifically for the modern workplace and run throughout each the office units.
Artech also fitted the site out with Magna downlights in the reception hall and its minimalist design wall-mounted LED FlowLine M fixtures.
183 Eversholt Street in Central London is owned by Location House and designed to be a fully-reimagined contemporary space, complete with a mezzanine area for businesses operating in the creative sector.
With distinctly modern measures, the property has exposed metal structure and ceilings designed to provide a slick, industrial feel. Windows on both sides provide abundant natural light, complemented perfectly by Artech Lighting’s recessed FlowLine S systems, as well as custom-built suspended products.
Artech worked with JDA on the project, providing bespoke design, manufacture and installation support from the outset.
British Islamic Museum
Charting the history of cultural and artistic interactions between East and West, this award-winning exhibition was launched to shine a light on the impact the Islamic world has had on western art for centuries.
Located in the world renown Bloomsbury area of London, The British Museum is one of the largest and most comprehensive in the world, attracting more than five million visitors every year and containing an estimated eight million works of art.
Artech were selected by the contractor Si Electrical to supply the project with its specialist tuneable white Microdot solution for the discreet uplighting solution in the gallery spaces.
Spearheading the redevelopment of the Leeds West End, Wellington Place is a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ Grade A office complex.
The overall vision of developer and asset manager MEPC is to create a stimulating, safe and distinctive new urban quarter for Leeds – a vibrant community where people will want to live, work and play.
Working with the design team which included Arups, Sheppard Robson and Leeds based CSD, Artech developed a lighting design which significantly reduced the number of lighting fixtures required and the overall energy usage in the building.
Artech supplied over 1500 Softline Fixtures to the main office areas as well as its Tenus, Flowline, Prolight and Orbis product. Artech also designed and developed a bespoke fixture to meet the architects specific requirements in the restrooms.
Porsche Great Britain
Artech lighting were selected by CER Electrical to provide specialist staircase lighting in a number of UK showrooms and dealerships for premium German sports car marque Porsche.
Each of the fit-outs were completed to the highest standards, using Artech Nastro LED fixtures and profiles. The product supplied included colour variants in 3000k and Red to create the effects required by the design team.
Pollen Street Capital
Transforming one of Mayfair’s premier gardened areas, Hannover Square is a 221,200sq ft mixed-use BREEAM Excellent development, situated on the new Bond Street Crossrail station.
The development will provide 167,200sq ft of new office space across two buildings, with new pedestrian access to Hanover Square, a new public realm, 31,200sq ft of prime retail fronting New Bond Street and six residential units.
Leading specialist fit out contractor City Electrical Systems appointed Artech to develop a solution to meet the design and efficiency parameters specified by their client on thids prestigious project. Artech provided a complete turnkey solution including design, manufacture and supply of the lighting solutions for this project, using their Pelusa, Infra and Tenus downlights to provide variation and differentiation to the different spaces. They also supplied their standard Flowline product as well as some bespoke Flowline fixtures for reception and meeting spaces.
Crown Place London
Home to leading UK merchant banking group Close Brothers, 10 Crown Place is a stunning eight-storey office development in the heart of the City of London.
Close Brothers required a state-of-the-art, energy efficient lighting solution in its new UK head office and – via the specialist contractor City Electrical Systems – Artech Lighting was procured to provide a scheme which matched the brief.
Artech worked closely with City Electrical Systems and developed a solution comprising its Nitor Slim, Nitor IP65, Infra and Tenus downlights as well as bespoke length Flowline fixtures to co-ordinate with the architect-designed decorative ceiling. This was complimented by Artech’s track-mounted Tenus fixtures.
The University of Edinburgh’s Institute of Regeneration and Repair (IRR) is a world-class research facility studying the process of tissue regeneration and repair.
Built by Balfour Beatty and designed by architect Stantec, the stunning 4-storey centre offers scientists and students access to a plethora of seminar and exhibition spaces, a café and a decorated courtyard as well as a dedicated ‘collaboration zone’.
Artech was chosen as the preferred lighting supplier by Balfour Beatty to provide energy efficient, innovative lighting solutions for the development. This included product from our standard range of UK manufactured products including Flowline, Tenus, Prolight, Orbis and Emline fixtures which are fitted throughout the facility. Artech also designed and manufactured a bespoke feature reception light in conjunction with leading Edinburgh Design Company 442 as well as bespoke fixtures for the refectory area.
Lossiemouth High School
Artech Lighting is proud to be the lighting partner for the two-year £42m redevelopment of Lossiemouth High School has created space for 800 pupils.
The project, led by Balfour Beatty, created a swimming pool, car park and sports block at the school, as well as the redevelopment of Lossiemouth High School Academy’s main building.
The project is being totally illuminated by Artech lighting fixtures and fittings, including the Nitor, Softline and emergency lighting.
University of Strathclyde
Strathclyde University’s £60 million learning and teaching hub is at the heart of its campus.
The flagship facility has been designed by students and staff to develop leading-edge teaching facilities, as well as providing a new home for student support services and the Students’ Union.
Artech Lighting is the supplier of choice for the hub, which is the University’s biggest single investment in a campus project to date.
We are proud to be supplying a range of fittings, including the Nitor, Tubo, Orbis and we even developed the new “Orbis Hex” fitting especially for this project.
Strathclyde University Students Union Building
Strathclyde’s new Students Union, in the Colville Building, provides Union street level access over 2 floors, an Advice Hub, reception area, coffee shop and areas for stalls, bake sales and exhibits.
Artech Lighting supplied the specialist and decorative lighting for the eyecatching property, that also boasts a 100+ capacity debates chamber, media office and bookable space on the ground floor for clubs and societies.
The fittings supplied by Artech included Microdot, Flowline and a host of bespoke fixtures helping create a space where students can spend time between classes and on the evenings and at weekends.
City Hall, Sunderland
Rising like a phoenix from the former VAUX Brewery site, Sunderland City Council’s £42m City Hall complex will be the catalyst for one of the most exciting urban regeneration projects in the UK.
The building’s construction heralds the beginning of Riverside Sunderland, which will create 1,000 new sustainable homes and one million sqft of modern office space, in the heart of the city.
Artech Lighting worked with the contractor and design team to deliver products from its Flowline range including straight linear lengths and the impressive Flowline Ring for City Hall’s new offices.
Artech Lighting is supplying thousands of fixtures and fittings to a project regenerating the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), in Preston.
The work is another major win for Artech, as we continue to grow a reputation for delivering high-value, quality lighting systems for Universities and Schools across the UK.
The UCLAN project is part of a decade-long plan to completely redevelop the Preston Campus, and the lighting scheme and products helps the university reach its goal of becoming a truly unified, sustainable and welcoming campus, enhancing the experience for everyone visiting it.
Artech is supplying thousands of light fittings and components, including the new FlowLine X product, Astroline and Tenus fittings.