Ruislip Manor Station Bridge

London, United Kingdom

As part of the regeneration plans of Ruislip Manor town centre in West London, the Ruislip Manor Station Bridge was restored and embellished to its former glory.


Category: Street & Urban
Location: London, United Kingdom
Technology/Services: Luminaires
Year: 2014

Dynamic LED lighting is added to illuminate the main underside and façade of the Ruislip Manor Station railway bridge, transforming it to an eye-catching, spectacular gateway to the town centre. Traxon Dot XL-9 RGB system, featuring a versatile matrix of 895 separate color-changing LED pixels, is used to illuminate the main underside of the bridge. With each pixel individually addressable, the IP67-rated and scalable Dot XL system is the perfect solution for vivid accent, text, graphics, and video replay for the outdoor environments even for daylight viewing. The high output, energy efficient and ultra slim Traxon Nano Liner Allegro AC XB in Neutral White (4000K) is used to graze the façade of the bridge on either side in white light emphasizing the letters of the station name. Controlled via e:cue Butler XT2 and Butler S2 control engines, different colors and lighting effects are programmed to illuminate the bridge for various occasions and seasons. The stunning dynamic lighting of the Ruislip Manor Station Bridge give the town centre a stronger identity, making it a more attractive and appealing for its residents and visitors to enter the town.

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Project Partner

Client:Hillingdon Council
Lighting Designer:EQ2 Light