A huge shopping centre in Bangkok has been given a facelift with an extensive LED lighting installation.
The seven-storey CentralPlaza ChaengWattana has been bedecked with 75,000 red Luxeon LEDs in an installation engineered and manufactured by Thailand's Lumitron Lighting International.
Designed to complement the red logo of Central Group, the lighting features a giant grid of red LEDs running the full width of the facade in a display programmed to change patterns at specific intervals.
In spite of the extensive number of LEDs used, electricity costs for the installation are estimated at just $2,900 (£1,771) per year due to the energy-saving nature of the technology and each light is expected to last for at least ten years.
Lumitron was assisted by Future Lighting Solutions in selecting the lights, drivers and drive current as well as providing wiring guidance.
London's iconic Somerset House was recently given the LED treatment with a colour-changing display installed by Anolis.