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Check out our Edinburgh studio!

A funky space to work, rest and play in the heart of the New Town in our Capital City - a UNESCO World Heritage Site but that doesn't mean it has to be boring :)

LIGHTALLIANCE

15-16 Queen Street

Edinburgh

EH2 1JE

Scotland UK

+44 131 357 1533

Studio@lightalliance.com

We are delighted to receive the Professional Lighting Designer of the Year LIT Lighting Design Award for Ambient Lighting for Katara Beach Club! Congratulations to Kevin Grant, Sarah Cockbain, Jamie Watt, Malak Adel, Justin Wells, Gillian Blair and the teams at LIGHTAL...

Great article showcasing the Haramain stations in Designboom:

The stations that comprise the Haramain high-speed railway are inspired by the ancient architectural traditions of the region and provide a shaded retreat from the sun while creating a new infrastructural spi...

Test and trials - dynamic facade installation - kinetic feature with digital interaction by day and night... watch this space

Great to see this magnificent site finally open and welcoming visitors, an all-purpose cultural destination. An environment for transformative experiences to unlock the power of potential through mastery in arts, science, literature and innovation #KACWC_Plaza #Aramco...

LIGHTALLIANCE is a Professional Lighting Design Consultancy. Following their success in LUX Life’s 2018’s Leading Designers Awards, we profiled the firm and spoke to Kevin Grant to discover more about the innovative services the

company provides.

https://www.lux-review.c...

We're in the new Edinburgh Studio!

A funky new space to work, rest and play in the heart of the New Town - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - but that doesn't mean it has to be boring…

It’s a great environment to create and inspire, or to kick back with clients for a coffee...

LIGHTALLIANCE have been awarded 'Best for Unique Lighting Designs'

https://www.lux-review.com/

It can be more energy efficient to project light onto a material than to pass light through it, HOWEVER this can be offset by making energy savings elsewhere, to create much more vibrant features and focal points with translucent materials (Onyx, Corian, Glass, Plastic...