The project scope in this instance involved an 800 metre section of the Regents Canal in London that included Camden Lock. Both the functional and feature lighting of this section of Regents Canal was included within lighting design brief.
The scope of works for the Royal Victoria Dock Footbridge included the architectural presentation of the bridge structure and also the illumination of pedestrian routes including stairs, lifts and the main bridge deck.
A major new intervention within the City of Newcastle that involved the regeneration of a large part of the city’s dock and quayside. The brief in this instance included all of the new public realm (pedestrian and vehicular) together with the re-lighting of the Tyne Bridge.
The brief for this major refurbishment project was to consider, primarily, the exterior of the Royal William Yard scheme. This included both new public spaces and the illumination of both buildings and quayside structures/furniture.
EQ2 Light was employed as the lighting designer for this substantial part of the new CrossRail development in London. The C100 contract covered all public aspects of the CrossRail scheme from escalators to platforms.
The project scope for EQ2 Light on this project included all public spaces – Exhibition, Cafe, Lecture Theatre and Circulation. Daylight performance was also part of the brief for this project, specifically considering the exhibition spaces.