The Lux Awards’ judging panel have shortlisted the Handyside Car Park from over 200 entries and named it as a contender for the Industrial and Transport Lighting Project of the Year category.
The judging panel, consisting of both end users and lighting experts visited the site at the end of the summer to further inspect and asses the project! We wait with bated breath to find out the outcome at the award ceremony in London on Thursday 16th November.
The Handyside Car Park, Kings Cross is a 415-space facility for both public and private use which, serves the Tapestry Building – an outstanding collection of 129 houses, apartments and retail units.
The King’s Cross development partnership worked with consultant Parking Matters and contractors Keir to select and install a smart lighting scheme for the car park – an area often over looked by designers. Bright, safe and forward thinking The King’s Cross development partnership selected Nualight’s robust Titan LED for the new facility. Titan has been designed to facilitate smart lighting control, yielding excellent energy and carbon savings compared to fluorescent alternatives.
Pam Chahal-Harris reflects, “It is so exciting to be shortlisted, we are up against some strong competition but it would be great to see Handyside get the recognition it deserves. I am really pleased Nualight could deliver to the client’s expectations. The Titan industrial linear solution with DALIPark controls ensures the light output is managed to minimise inefficiencies whilst providing a safe, bright and welcoming parking environment. We have our fingers crossed.”
For more information on the project, click here.