Case stories

Lay Light by Fiberline

Read about interesting projects in which Lay Light is used to create outstanding architecture. 

Lay Light presents sharp contrast on BIG project

In Basel, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has transformed a 1960s concrete warehouse building into a melting pot of materials and applications. The renovation includes a new vertical extension clad with Lay Light. The effect is a sharp and refined contrast to the original rugged concrete.

Lay Light and CORE Arkitekter honoured at Danish Lighting Awards

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 - uniting people and materials

OneStonegrove in Edgware, North London, is a new church and community centre that brings together local people from different faiths and backgrounds. 

Serpentine Pavilion 2016

Lay Light™ has been used in a number of spectacular buildings around Europe – most recently Serpentine Pavilion designed by Bjarke Ingels.


Youth centre in Lille covered with Lay Light

In Lille, France, the Euralille Youth Centre is covered with Lay Light™. The project is designed by Julien De Smedt.

The Royal Pavilion and the world’s longest pier

The story of Southend Pier is the story of a magnificent structure.

Ventilated facade is a breath of fresh air

Damp and inadequate drying out have caused large problems in the building industry in recent years

The low-energy house of the future

Situated on a hill in the Danish town of Kolding, overlooking the lake and historic castle, is a vision of the future. 

Fiberline’s translucent composite facade

The building is pierced by three massive slabs of light - the three slanted glass towers, which contain meeting rooms and stairways

Church of GRP composite

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