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John Cullen Lighting

John Cullen Lighting The leading name in discreet lighting, John Cullen designs and supplies lighting schemes for contemporary and traditional homes and gardens. We specialise in designing creative lighting effects for clients worldwide along with our unique product range, designed in-house and manufactured in the UK.

Contact information

John Cullen Lighting
561-563 Kings Road
United Kingdom


CPD booking contact

Ms Sarah Roberts
Tel: +44 (0)20 7371 9000

Approved CPD materials

Designing with Light
Type: Seminar
This seminar will provide information on:
  • How to use different light sources including the latest energy efficient products
  • Latest building regulations examined
  • Where to position fittings for optimum effect
  • Layering light for added interest and flexibility of mood
  • Circuiting, control and integration for maximum impact
  • Fitnessing of lamps, lenses and control to maximise the scheme
Energy Efficient Lighting Design for Part L1A Building Regulation
Type: Seminar
- Review of new Part L1A Building Regulations from 1st October 2010 for both interiors and gardens - Examination of energy efficient light sources and their applications - Comparison of light output of various lamps - Important considerations when creating an energy efficient scheme - How to create energy efficient schemes across numerous case studies throughout the house and garden
How to Light Grade Listed Buildings
Type: Seminar
This seminar provides information on:
  • Variables in lighting listed buildings
  • Working with the fabric of the building/understanding limitations and possibilities
  • Thinking outside the box to enhance architectural features
  • Selection of appropriate luminaries and bespoke options
  • Review of traditional concepts with modern fittings to maintain the historical value across a variety of projects
New Generation Concealed Lighting Effects
Type: Seminar
- Review latest lighting regulations - Consider all tools to achieve concealed lighting effects - Compare and contrast different light sources - Evaluate key considerations for an easy installation - View latest applications across a range of case studies and discuss pitfalls

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