Zendesk Lighting Design

Dlight were tasked with redesigning the lights at Zendesk HQ in Dublin City. Zendesk is a customer experience company that facilitate other companies customer service departments.
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Waterford Public Realm

The creation of a rejuvenated ‘public realm’ in the ‘outer’ city centre, encompassing the Apple Market at one end and O’Connell Street is seen as a natural extension of the works initialised in the Viking Triangle. The aspiration is to create an open and sustainable public realm using high-quality materials in a simple and straightforward way.

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The Olympia Leisure Centre, Belfast.

This week Dlight featured in the latest edition of Electrical Magazine for the recent completion of the Olympia Leisure Centre in Belfast. This was our first large scale project completed in Northern Ireland and hopefully the first of many. It provided us with a good opportunity to display the high levels we can deliver on a project of this scale. The Olympia regeneration was part of a £105m Belfast City Council Investment in Leisure Transformation with the council embracing the opportunities presented by the city’s stadium redevelopments. Continue reading…

Lighting Up The Pharmaceutical Sector

The Pharmaceutical sector often requires very precise and specific lighting solutions for laboratories and clean rooms. The work carried out in these environments is exact and critical, often with the need for climate control in the clean rooms and laboratories. Therefore the lighting needs to be meticulously chosen and fitted with pinpoint precision for its specific purpose. Dlight has a wealth of experience working in this sector and given that we are an engineering-led lighting company we will have a solution for every application. Continue reading…

The Carriage Rooms at Montalto

The brief for this project was to create a multi-purpose venue utilizing an existing 19th Century two-storey Mill building. The philosophy behind the conservation was to return the building to active use, whilst not compromising the mills’ original form. Continue reading…