Read about interesting projects in which Lay Light is used to create outstanding architecture.
At Copenhagen's Nordhavn station, a total of 250 illuminated Lay Light fibreglass tubes guide pedestrians and cyclists through the underpass and shortcut that links Nordhavn and Østerbro.
OneStonegrove in Edgware, North London, is a new church and community centre that brings together local people from different faiths and backgrounds.
Lay Light™ has been used in a number of spectacular buildings around Europe – most recently Serpentine Pavilion designed by Bjarke Ingels.
In Lille, France, the Euralille Youth Centre is covered with Lay Light™. The project is designed by Julien De Smedt.
The story of Southend Pier is the story of a magnificent structure.
Damp and inadequate drying out have caused large problems in the building industry in recent years
Situated on a hill in the Danish town of Kolding, overlooking the lake and historic castle, is a vision of the future.
The building is pierced by three massive slabs of light - the three slanted glass towers, which contain meeting rooms and stairways
The Church of the Holy Cross at Jyllinge, Denmark - a modern edifice that achieves versatility through use of composite and that forms an integral part of the landscape
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