Designer bags and accessories brand Okapi use Precision Lighting to put their luxury handmade pieces under the spotlight throughout their flagship store in Johannesburg.

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Okapi Flagship Store

Designer bags and accessories brand Okapi use Precision Lighting to put their luxury handmade pieces under the spotlight throughout their flagship store in Johannesburg.

The Old Hall – Queens' College, Cambridge

Queens' College Cambridge and Hoare Lea Lighting design have given a new lease of life to The Old Hall by installing custom made luminaires from Precision Lighting. The spectacular medieval room is crammed with ornate décor by William Morris, and fine historical portraits and plasterwork, requiring a delicate approach to highlight the intricate features without interfering with the fragile structure.

2018 New Products

At Light and Building we showed our latest products, Atto Jack, the latest addition to the award winning Atto family, and Evo Zoom. If you did not get a chance to stop by our stand click here to find out more.

Featured Products

Domino 4 Surface

The minimal and low profile Domino 4 Surface offers ten beam distributions as standard with many more customisable options available for complete and unique control of any lighting scheme.

Featured Projects

Okapi Flagship Store

Designer bags and accessories brand Okapi use Precision Lighting to put their luxury handmade pieces under the spotlight throughout their flagship store in Johannesburg.

The Old Hall – Queens' College, Cambridge

Queens' College Cambridge and Hoare Lea Lighting design have given a new lease of life to The Old Hall by installing custom made luminaires from Precision Lighting. The spectacular medieval room is crammed with ornate décor by William Morris, and fine historical portraits and plasterwork, requiring a delicate approach to highlight the intricate features without interfering with the fragile structure.

Natural History Museum - Hintze Hall

Precision Lighting's LED range has been used extensively throughout the newly transformed Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum in London. The treasured Hintze Hall has been transformed with its new addition ‘Hope’; the female blue whale skeleton which has taken the place of ‘Dippy’ the beloved Diplodocus.