David Morgan Associates designs luminaires for RIBA-award-winning projects

June 17, 2010
An international luminaire design company has lit up two RIBA-award-winning buildings in London.
Regent's PlaceTwo of the 2010 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) award-winning buildings in London have been illuminated with LED luminaires designed by David Morgan Associates (DMA) the international luminaire design consultancy and supplied by Radiant Architectural Lighting.

DMA developed custom designed IP 68 LED up-lights for the Regent’s Place Pavilion with MBLD; and also designed the Radiant Serpentine IP 68 LED linear system used for the wall grazing illumination of a TFL bus driver facility in east London.

Serpentine Project, TFL East LondonDavid Morgan said: “There are some truly stunning developments in this year’s RIBA Awards for London and we are proud to have been involved in two of them. The selection of a drivers facility on the one hand and of a landmark sculpture on the other serve to illustrate the importance of well designed lighting equipment to a finished scheme – whether that scheme is small and functional or iconic and sculptural." Scheme details:
Regent's Place

Regent’s Place Pavilion

Architect: Carmody Groarke
Lighting design: MLBD
Client: British Land

RAD 250 IP 68 buried uplight

16 x 3 Watt Cree XRE LEDs with colour correction gel to create the ultra warm lighting effect.

Narrow beam central lenses with medium beam outer lenses to give both long throw and also wide distribution.
Serpentine Project

Dagenham Bus Driver Facility

Architect: Julian Cowie
Urban and lighting design: Burns and Nice

Radiant Serpentine IP65 exterior linear LED lighting system.

3 Watt Cree XRE white LEDs with medium beam lenses.