A successful lighting plan in a retail store is based on understanding customer needs. In a store, nothing is more important than the products: they must be clearly visible and have attractive colours, including on the lower shelves. The lighting must not glare but must direct the gaze at what is essential. Fixed LED light source solutions are effective and do not require the changing of bulbs. Energy consumption and installation costs can be kept under control with the correct lighting choices. Read more about lighting choices for retail outlets in our references.
100 Rami ramp luminaires replaced the previous lighting at Ahlsell’s Vantaa store. The choice of luminaires was influenced by lighting power requirements based on Dialux calculations, energy efficiency and ease of installation.
WHSmith, a major British retailer, has opened its first Finnish outlet at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. With shoplighting, completed with Airam’s Center spotlights, the WHSmith outlet really looks its best.
Airam supplied the universal lighting for K-Market at Visamäki in Hämeenlinna with new Rami luminaires. The choice of lighting was based on Dialux calculations, according to which the Rami ramp luminaires met the lighting requirements set for the retail outlet of at least 800 lux on the floor between the shelves and 500 lux at a height of 1 m on the vertical surfaces of the shelves.
The look and the lighting of the interiors of the Kaari Shopping Centre at Kannelmäki in Helsinki have been revamped. There was a desire to open up views of the shopping centre with a reliable recess-mounted lighting solution.
Cilla's lifestyle shop situated at Hietalahti in Helsinki replaced its old luminaires with the new powerful Airam Center spotlights. In good light, the products look more impressive and the shop looks beautiful, even from the outside.
The owner wanted a modern, powerful and energy-saving lighting solution for his shop. The old solutions were replaced with modern Frey LED downlights supplemented with Center spotlights.
We updated the lighting of Marks & Spencer stores in Tampere and Porvoo. The stores opted for embeddable and directable Oslo luminaires from Airam’s selection to their stylish premises.