Friday, March 26, 2010

Wellington Goes Camping

Our Capital now hosts a purpose built Motor Home Park on the waterfront.

Within easy reach to the stadium for the pending World Cup and next year's Sevens - we are looking to provide a convenient area complete with ablution block for visitors to park their Motor Homes. A new exciting addition to to the waterfront - a close walk to restaurants, trains, drinking venues, and of course the Cook Strait ferries - yes, the Wellington Waterfront Ltd thought of it all!!! We ef exterior product featured extensively in the project with the lighting design provided by Modus Wellington working in conjunction with Isthmus Wellington.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Warm Caring and Arty

CCM Architects, Wellington used Modus manufactured products in two projects recently, the Engine Room Gallery & Te Hopai Home and Hospital.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

modus in the press

A couple of projects that Modus were working on towards the end of last year have recently featured in a some local and international design publications and the articles are now available online.....

Friday, March 12, 2010

Supreme Court of New Zealand, Wellington

We ef, a well respected exterior lighting provider was utilized for the exterior lighting of the new Supreme Court of New Zealand, Wellington.

Working at Wakefield

Modus Lighting, Wellington were consulted by Opus Architecture, Wellington for possible lighting solutions for the Wakefield Radiology entranceway. We recommended our Mira Pendant not only for its luminaire output but for its beautiful aesthetics. The Mira's were made in Shell Linen, which is one of our most popular fabrics.

Latest Modus Newsletter

The latest Modus Lighting Update Newsletter is available to download. This short brochure highlights some of our recent projects and installations. Please take a look!!

Friday, March 5, 2010

Waiuku continues

The Avenues........

The Avenues is part of 'Addison' Development within the Papakura district for which we have been supplying WE-EF ASP504 lanterns with either HPS or MH lamps for the past few years. However the Avenues was a different brief from the developer and it was to supply the local council with  a less maintenance requiring,lower energy consuming, more sustainable product. Part of this we could carry out almost straight away with our ex stock ASP 530 IP66 lantern (assembled in New Zealand) fitted with the Philips new generation 60W metal halide lamp which covered the first two parts of the request.