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Spring 2006

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Article by
Daniele Carnevali

High Quality Lighting

Lights had once the only function of lighting spaces having a meaningful importance from many other viewpoints today: for instance the Lighting Effects result in enhancing either exterior or interior areas. The Lighting Technique, whose applications make for the wished effects, deals actually with looking for the best light combination featuring the desired atmosphere. Aiming at, people trust skilled architects who turn to successful firms specialized in manufacturing lights and equipment in order to guarantee the efficiency and reliability of their designs. Amongst the factories involved in this nautical segment we find the English "Underwater Lights" capable of featuring design and building high quality items with its 35 years of experience in this specific field. Besides, the firm has developed a new concept lighting fixing system making for easier mounting, since fitting actually result in damaging already finished areas such as fibreglass or wooden bulkheads, being lights mounted on board last. With the "Underwater Lights" fixing system the lighting fitting is arranged at the beginning making possible to fit the lights at the last building stage without modifying anything. The items are corrosion resistant, functional and aesthetical detailed while being greatly eye - catching. In the catalogue we can find recessed light series with 316 stainless steel or Alu body and traditional, xenon or halogen lamps. These lights are also available in versions for exterior or particular models that can be fitted below the waterline realizing so scenic, eye - catching effects.

For further information please contact: Underwater Lights; The Great Dunton Forge; Dunton Green; Sevenoaks; Kent; TN13 2TD; UK; phone: +44 (0)1732 455753; Fax: +44 (0)1732 743233; web site:; e-mail: