Bright Goods LED filament lamps have been installed throughout the newly refurbished Blue gastropub, to create a traditional atmosphere with efficient lighting technology.
The Oxford Blue, at Windsor Great Park in Berkshire, is housed in two former game keeper’s cottages dating back to the 1800s and was acquired in 2015 by Steven Ellis, former chef at three-Michelin-starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsey. After a lengthy refurbishment, the pub opened its doors on New Year’s Eve.
Three Bright Goods linear LED filament lamps, Catherine, a 6W sepia tinted GLS, Jane, a 6W sepia tinted pear shape and Elizabeth, a 3W clear candle, were specified. They were installed throughout the premises in the restaurant, bar, wine attic, hallway, WC’s and outside dining area. Each lamp has a 100Lm/W efficiency.
The client had a vision of creating an exceptional dining experience in the comfort of a traditional country style gastropub and wanted to make it as authentic as possible. Aesthetically, the bulbs look beautiful and create the correct colour light whilst still being energy efficient.