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Byron: Leeds

Specified by: Michaelis Boyd Associates

Yet another unique location for the popular Byron in the heart of Leeds within the old Church Institute Building. A number of our lights were used within the scheme designed by the reputable Michaelis Boyd Associates. Imposing giant Flemish factory shades and rare REVO enamel reflectors both provide great feature pieces with the space. 

Photography: Andrew Urwin

Products used

British industrial LED lights by REVO

Rare early industrial lighting fixtures by British manufacturer 'REVO'. Circa 1940.

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Concorde Test House lights (Type 5)

Vintage British industrial prismatic bulkhead lights by 'Wardle' salvaged from the National Turbine Test facilities at Pyestock, Fleet, UK. Circa 1950.

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British glass pendants. Circa 1930

Large run of early British etched glass pendants embossed with 'British Manufacture.' Originally utilised within hand held hurricane gas lamps prior to the advent of electric lighting.

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Fantastic Flemish factory lights (XL)

Salvaged oversize factory shades from Belgium. Giant vitreous enamelled shade, polished aluminium lamp enclosure with brushed and lacquered upper steel top.

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