Megaman to Dazzle darc Room

Megaman will be exhibiting in the prestigious darc room at this year’s London Design Festival from the 21st until the 22nd September. The company’s stand will showcase a variety of fully functioning decorative lamps and Tom Dixon fixtures. The experienced team will be on hand to provide comprehensive advice on specification issues and detailed information on products from manufacture to installation.

Megaman’s range of Crown lamps will feature at the exhibition and allow visitors to assess its unique colour output. Due to the brass and silver plated design along with a clear lamp, the range provides a dramatic lighting option for decorative applications. Additionally the lamps deliver non-glare lighting (just like an incandescent lamp with a silver or brass coating) and provide an excellent energy efficient solution with an A+ rating and a lamp life of 50,000 hours at L70.

Also on display will be Megaman’s Gold Filament Dimming lamps that provide mood lighting due to their warm illumination thanks to the 2200K colour temperature and dimming capabilities. The range also has an excellent lumen output of 210 lumens per watt and is extremely energy efficient, offering a service life of 15,000 hours making it the ideal solution for restaurant and bar applications that require a consistent level of lighting for long periods.

Tom Dixon’s innovative range of fixtures will also be featured at the exhibition including the Gold Melt Mini pendant lamps – designed with a distorted lighting globe to create a melting hot, blown glass effect due to the light bouncing and reflecting around the pendant’s uneven surfaces. His Fade pendants will also be on display, providing an intimate light output into a round, luminous circle thanks to its delicate, teardrop design, blow moulded polycarbonate light cannon body. 

The team at Megaman will also demonstrate how these lighting solutions were used to create Hong Kong’s Alto Bar & Grill’s dramatic, high-end decorative lighting. The lighting system saved the restaurant €21,784 in electricity costs over the lamps lifetime, compared to the traditional equivalents previously used within the restaurant and complemented the restaurant’s sleek dining experience.