Innovation and efficiency for urban spaces. CityMax is a concept that delivers a versatile urban lighting system with a modern, innovative design, for a variety of city applications.
Designed to meet the demanding environments of a metro or rail infrastructure application, Prismashield™ Elite can withstand severe physical attack, exposure to weather and vibration.
CityMax Large combines a sleek contemporary design with exceptional technical performance.
Engineered for new and retrofit high mast applications. With the latest in high-efficiency LED technology it provides a complete lighting solution for the simplest through to the most complex area lighting applications.
Advanced LED optics with low mounting heights to provide high uniformity, excellent vertical light distribution and effective security light levels
Combines form and function for lighting covered car parks and an array of other applications.
Wallpackette III has been precision engineered utilising proven optical performance to illuminate without glare.
Contemporary styling and dynamics with a unique design principle that exploits the performance and benefits of the latest LED and HID lighting technologies.
Holophane Europe has for the last 18 months been putting plans and contingencies in place for possible outcomes regarding Great Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Curl Aberdeen is a purpose built, state of the art, six lane curling rink located in Aberdeen, North East Scotland. This world class facility was opened in 2005 and has held many competitions and events including the European Curling Championships.
Liverpool Street railway station in London was built in 1874 and is the third busiest in Great Britain.The station operates almost 24 hours a day throughout the year. Holophane worked in conjunction with SSE Enterprise Rail on a lighting solution for the station.
Milton Keynes was the last of the New Towns to be built and was formally designated in 1967. In 2016, Milton Keynes Council and Ringway, the contractors for the project, identified that older lanterns in Central Milton Keynes were coming to the end of their useful life and developed a plan for their replacement.