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John Lewis Store Cambridge The John Lewis Partnership is a long established department store group with over 26 major department stores across Britain. As part of their major expansion plan Riegens were asked to look at several areas that were problematic for lighting. Concido Pendant Barry Ayling, the lighting design manager for John Lewis, was confronted with the expectation of producing something special. A practical yet stylish lighting solution was required for the main internal entrance area of the recently rebuilt Cambridge store. The original Robert Sayle store had been resident in Cambridge for over 100 years. This new store, now named John Lewis, and built on the old store’s footprint, has been reinvented for the 21st Century. The lighting solution was in the memory bank. Riegens Concido Pendant is an architectural downlight with an illuminated matt blasted opal glass top section. It was decided this product, ideal for the entrance, would also complement Riegens design team adapted the standard Concido Pendant product with the inclusion of heat dissipating fins between the lower housing and the decorative glass to expel the increased levels of heat generated. The architecture of the new building dictated that 10 of the pendant luminaires would need to be suspended from the first floor bulkhead overlooking the entrance. A special bracket to 233 R ETAIL and illuminate the counters in the perfumery. The specification required the multi-directional elements above the counters to be 3x35W adjustable Britespot eyeball fittings. With a straight forward 70W CDM -T metal halide downlight suspended in the entrance. The opal glass top section would be illuminated with a single 57W TC-TEL fluorescent lamp. conceal the power cables was designed, approved and manufactured to complete what is an aesthetically pleasing and practical lighting solution.