Bright Goods LED filament lamps from LED Eco Lights have been used to recreate the atmosphere of a traditional Bavarian schloss, or country house, within Manchester’s newest music and entertainments venue.
Albert’s Schloss, which is located in Peter Street beneath the city’s Albert Hall, is a popular daytime destination for business and social meetings. However, as dusk approaches, it transforms seamlessly into an energetic, live music beer hall where Bright Goods LED filament lamps complement the overall ambience and experience.
Where a filament bulb consistently in use over 10 hours a day would require replacing in less than a year, all lamps in the Bright Goods LED range are fully dimmable and provide a high-performance lifespan of 30,000 hours which is around ten times that of a conventional filament bulb.
Designed to provide a timeless vintage feel, the Bright Goods LED product range includes a wide selection of popular shapes, including globes, squirrel cages, candles, long tubes and traditional GLS bulbs to create the designer-induced decorative glow, previously only the territory of energy-hungry incandescents.
The Josephine and George, which are amongst the most popular and best-selling models from the Bright Goods range of LED filament lamps, feature a unique crown-shaped filament and lattice filament respectively to ensure a beautiful, warm and welcoming light. Installed within a striking network of industrial copper pipework, the Josephine and George LED lamps provide excellent illumination that is fully dimmable to capture the magic, the mood and the moment.