The revamped foyer and reception area of the Congress Centre in London has been equipped with new colour-change LED lighting.
According to reports, the technology allows the West End venue to project corporate branding and adapt its colour scheme to suit the organisation hiring the conference space.
The reception area now features a Corian desk with colour-change LEDs to match the rest of the room, which is lit by a 30-metre linear Barrisol structure.
Congress Centre director Robert Girvan told CIT magazine: "We wanted clients to feel that the venue is an extension of their own brand or premises and this objective has been achieved through the new design."
A 42-inch plasma screen and a nine-metre white glass wall featuring a 103-inch plasma have also been incorporated into the £4.2 million refurbishment.
According to the publication, BBC2 was the first client to book the Congress Centre's new event space, as it will be used as a location for the new drama Money.