Lisburn is the third largest city in Northern Ireland and the birthplace of Irish linen, and the world's most important flax production industry is in the city. Lisburn City is so proud of its history, in the city will be in different forms of flax will be reflected in this theme. Therefore, when the Lisburn city council decided to start a lighting renovation project in its city center, the shape of the fixture must also show the lines of the linen revolutions.
Schroeder, in partnership with Paul Hogarth, a local architectural design firm, provided 44 sets of lamps for the project to be installed in the city center, including lighting from the square to the Irish Flax Show Center.
Of which 40 lampposts were 8 meters and 10 meters high. The main structure of the lamppost is stainless steel, imitation linen line shape curve made by the test board steel. LED line lights are embedded in the test board steel, highlighting the curve lines, each lamp column at the top of the casting acrylic protruding part also installed the LED. In addition, the bottom of the 20 lampholder also designed a spiral texture used to express the linen industry commonly used bobbin.
These lampholders are fitted with TECEO lamps to illuminate the roads near the Irish Flax Show Center. TECEO appearance slim, simple, with the light pole with both reflect the beauty, but also a performance of the lighting program.
The highlight of this project is the four 14-meter-high lampposts in front of the Irish Flax Center. Each lampholder weighs 7 tons and is made of test steel and stainless steel. Puffed ribbon shape and embedded with LED line lights to make the night more dynamic.
The new lighting system will be the region's deep cultural heritage reflected most vividly, so that the city more color.