The refurbishment of London Bridge Station has been one of the most complex and ambitious rail station projects in the UK. Designplan are proud to be involved in redevelopment of this 180-year-old station, providing the lighting for all the front of house platforms and concourse areas.
The redevelopment of London Bridge Station was part of the government’s £7bn Thameslink programme involving a major track upgrade, a new rail underpass with platforms being widened and extended to handle a 30% increase in trains.
In 2013 Designplan Lighting supplied eight luminaires for a mock up of the platform canopy. The approval of this concept was the beginning of a five year project where we worked closely with the contractor, NG Bailey, and the consultant, WSP, to achieve the vision of minimising the artificial lighting in the station.
Our Flair luminaire was chosen because of its lighting performance and output which reduced the number of lighting points required.
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