|corporate friends is a manufactory in Saxony in Germany. We specialise in the development and manufacture of high quality miniature LED lighting for use in showcases since 2012. We support our clients in the areas of light design, light measurement, lighting control and can offer and implement customer-specific system solutions such as the development of customised lighting. From design to finished product, we offer our clients independent advice, visionary design and system solutions.
In terms of design and development of LED lighting, we combine the high requirements of conservators and specialist planners for light quality and the challenges from architects and exhibition designers with today’s technical possibilities. For us is this bridge always an exciting balancing act between the technically feasible and the design goal.
Minimalist design, high quality material and surface are as much in focus as light quality. We only use LEDs with the highest colour rendering and a low light damage potential. They are regularly tested and certified by independent museums and institutes such as the Rathgen Research Laboratory. In parallel, we measure the lighting spectral analysis according to the new IES standard TM-30-15 and the relative damage potential in our in-house lighting laboratory. Thus, we have a photogoniometer and an integrating sphere at our disposal!
Our designer has created numerous award winning LED lighting products in Germany. Our notable portfolio includes renowned museum, interior design and luxury store projects and we pride ourselves in working with a diverse international clientele.
Below is a short list of international references where our lighting can be seen.
· The Medicine Galleries – Science Museum, London
· The Photography Galleries – V&A, London
· FIFA World Football Museum, Zürich
· Museo Del Prado, Madrid
· The Vatican Museums, Vatican City, Italy
· Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar
· National Museum of Qatar
· New York Public Library, New York
· Tsz Shan Monastery, Hong Kong
· Auckland War Memorial Museum, New Zealand
· Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg
· Bauhaus-Museum Weimar
· Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen Dresden
· Staatliche Museen zu Berlin