Light Project have just revealed their new digital presence.
October 14th, 2011
A brand new website from Light Project has gone live today, giving architects, interior and lighting designers with the resources they need to make efficient and informed decisions about lighting in their projects.
The new Light Project website can be used as a catalogue and technical resource, as well as a tool for inspiration.
Linking from product images to related projects, and then back to products and their suggested alternatives, designers are taken through a self-guided tour of Light Project’s product portfolio.
The new site is sure to become a number one light resource for specifiers. With technical data, information about latest products news and current events in the lighting industry and contact details for Light Project’s trained consultants – not to mention the sleek, modern design of the site as well – let Light Project’s new website illuminate your design process!
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