Studio Due’s new ArchiLEDs draw attention to Bottle Shop
Posted on Friday, May 30th, 2008
On any evening of the week the Pacific Highway at Ourimbah is busy with commuters crawling home in their cars or alighting from the train station. After a stressful day at work, a drink if often in order and the Tall Timbers Hotel makes sure that their bottle shop is not overlooked with the recent introduction of dramatic colour-changing lighting.
The Studio Due ArchiLED was chosen for its simple stand-alone control, its super bright output and its long term, maintenance free operation achieved through LED technology and its stainless steel body.
“The customer wanted a simple ‘turn-key’, long lasting and reliable lighting solution to attract attention to his bottle shop,” explained Mish Bosnjak from Sydney-based hire and install company Nitezone. “The concept is fairly simple in this application, to attract attention and get the locals talking; this install just puts our clients venue into the front of peoples minds be it stopping off for a beer from work or to grab some “take-aways” on the way home.”
“I needed an outdoor fixture that didn’t need much power and would not get too hot especially as the building is quite old. LED’s were the obvious answer and once Darren McLanders from Show Technology had showed me the new Studio Due ArchiLED, I knew it was the right product and the owner loved them. It worked out perfectly particularly as they don’t need a controller and have all the required presets inside. The results are really good and they do exactly what the customer wanted them to do.”