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ILLUMA LIGHTING AJ ENQUIRY No: 201

The new Illuma Lighting Catalogue 2000/2001 is bigger and better than before. It includes all your display lighting needs and more:

colour photos of every product;

installation shots;

photometric and lamp data; and lighting design assistance.

For your free copy call Illuma now on 0845 6060414, or freefax 0800 994488.

KALWALL IN THE UK AJ ENQUIRY No: 202

Kalwall in the UK is specially written for architects. The new publication describes a host of UK projects completed in the past few years in which Kalwall has been used for cladding and/or roofing, plus comprehensive technical and performance information. Kalwall provides natural diffused daylight without shadows or solar problems, is highly insulating and maintenance-free. Visit www. stoakes. co. uk or tel 020 8660 7667 for your copy of this stimulating new Kalwall brochure.

FORBES AND LOMAX AJ ENQUIRY No: 203

The Invisible Switch from Forbes and Lomax has a flush-to-the-wall acrylic face plate, allowing wallpaper or paint finish to show through. Dolly switch, dimmer knob or button dimmer control (pictured here), come in nickel, stainless steel, brass or antique bronze. Invisible sockets to match. A choice of metal switch plates are also available ex-stock. Tel 020 7738 0202.

LUXALON FACADE SYSTEMS AJ ENQUIRY No: 204

The new CAP Gemini computer building in Aston, Birmingham, demonstrates the outstanding design possibilities of the Luxalon Insulated Cladding System. The designers were able to alternate oyster and blue panels as well as feature panel lengths up to 10m, thereby allowing fewer joints, to achieve an eyecatching and clean hi-tech overall appearance. More than 1,750m of RAL 1012 oyster and BS 18D43 blue panels with PVF2 finish were used, while meeting stringent U-value and fire property requirements.

LEVOLUX AJ ENQUIRY No: 205

External tensioned fabric systems from Levolux, the leading sunscreening specialist, offer an effective solution to the control of solar heat gain, light and glare. Ideal where these problems may otherwise be difficult to solve, the blinds can contribute towards substantial savings in both the capital and on-going running costs of air conditioning. Used externally, Levolux tensioned systems can reduce heat gain by up to 90 per cent but are also suitable for internal applications and are operable at any angle.

JOHN BRASH AJ ENQUIRY No: 206

Scaffold boards from John Brash were supplied to SGB Major Projects for what is officially the world's biggest free-standing scaffold structure.

The Eden Project, near St Austell in Cornwall, is an £80 million Lotteryfunded complex of botanical domes on the site of a former china clay pit. John Brash's scaffold boards for this giant undercover global garden are made from European Whitewood. They comply with BS2482: 1981 and are recognised as top-quality scaffold boards.

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