Complex modernisation, creation of entirely new light installations, as well as great attention to detail have all been a part of our services ever since 2012. As your needs are our priority, the range of services we provide is always tailored specifically to you. Whether a project requires going entirely from the ground up, or is limited to say, designing light controllers for an existing light installation, we are well prepared to find the best solution to the problem.

Non-standard projects are also welcome, as we cooperate with various coexecutors who specialise in work in hazardous areas, e.g. explosion risk, extremely high temperatures, dangerous heights, or presence of perilous chemicals.


Initial assessment

Details of the projects are discussed with the investor, a&nbspschedule for the project's progression is agreed upon.

3D modelling

3D modelling is carried out, basing on the technical documentation and obtained measurements.

Lighting project

Fixtures are chosen and a simulation of the lighting is run using the RELUX / Dialux software.

Light control system

Movement and darkness detectors, energy saving solutions, lighting zones are devised.


Fixtures, cables, sensors and control panels are installed based on previously prepared electrical project.

Final acceptance

Light measurements of the installation are carried out to ensure all conditions are met.


In many instances, the structure of buildings is of too high of a complexity, the technical details of the structure are missing or are incomplete. Completing a project for such a building using regular methods would be inefficient and the result – unimpressive, to say the least. Therefore, we use innovative 3D scanning technology to overcome these difficulties. This technology allows for the generation of a three-dimensional, comprehensive and accurate structural model. The lighting installation can then be based on this model.

Such a model proves helpful and valuable not only for the purposes of our initial project completion, though also for future purposes such as possible architectural changes to the building.


Be it an existing lighting installation or elements for an underway project, we can analyse its parameters using certified equipment. We offer services such as assessing the light intensity according to the standardised measurements for light installation, as well as the analysis of light spectra with a spectroscope.



The players on a tennis court participate in a sport of a greatly dynamic nature, which requires specific lighting requirements to be met in minute detail. Appropriate lighting classes guarantee legibility for hosting tournaments – local, regional or international. European as well as ITF standards regulate the size of the reference area for the measurements, the values of the colour rendering index as well as the value of the glare factor for the three lighting classes on the court.

We are proud recipients of an official recommendation of the Polish Tennis Association, ensuring of the effectiveness of our lighting solutions.



HD transmission quality is nowadays nothing but a bare minimum. 4K is beginning to become a requirement and so is the suitable lighting which allows it. The recommendations for the projects of a more demanding nature are that light intensity is kept at an average of as many as 4 000 lux.

The light fixtures should have an appropriate power supply which minimises flickering in slow motion shots.


For many swimming pool locations, lighting installation is only realistic during the initial construction. Therefore, choosing the most appropriate and durable lighting for the first installation is essential.

An additional factor to consider while creating a lighting project for pool is minimising the blinding of the swimmers, who are oftentimes looking up at the celling whilst in the pool.


Various features define the perfect ski-slope experience, proper lighting indubitably being one of them. A well-lit slope is, most importantly, a guarantee for greater safety. The installation must prevent ever blinding the skier, eliminate any poorly lit areas, as well as make sure that shadows cast by skiers are not burdensome.

The standards for light intensity on slopes are clearly defined by FIS (the International Ski Federation) and must be met in order to be eligible for hosting competitions.