Introducing our new Sales Partner in NSW
We are delighted to announce that Buckford Illumination Group (NSW) Pty Ltd have become the new Sales Partner covering the area recently vacated by Light Culture.
Words by: WE-EF
The new Company formed by Craig Crawford and Darren Bucknall of Buckford Illumination Group, and Alex Skaines of Integral Lighting, have commenced their Partnership with WE-EF LIGHTING Australia / New Zealand on January 1st 2021.
We are excited that two of our existing Sales Partners, with their combined experience, knowledge and proven track record, have joined forces to target the important Sydney market. We wish them every success with their new venture and look forward to a prosperous 2021 for both WE-EF Australia / New Zealand and Buckford Illumination Group (NSW) Pty Ltd.
With Andy Spivey’s recent appointment as General Manager for Buckford Illumination Group, he will have a strong focus on supporting the NSW team in the early stages of 2021. At the same time, the Buckford NSW team also introduces Lisa Murray to the business.
With extensive experience across the architectural lighting arena, Lisa combines her comprehensive knowledge with her passion for innovative design. She began her career as an Interior Designer where she developed an appreciation for all things illuminating which led her to completing Design Science (Lighting) at Sydney University. Lisa’s proficiency, values and attention to detail is well respected by both her colleagues and clients, having achieved State, National and Global awards across her career.
M: +61 427 160 443
Buckford Illumination Group NSW Pty Ltd
31-33 Dickson Ave, Artarmon NSW 2064
Tel: +61 3 9646 8201
Fax: +61 3 9646 8204
Lightbox 2 Buckford Illumination Group NSW – Launch Event Series
With their sales office connected to the WE-EF Lightbox 2 Showroom at Artarmon, WE-EF together with Buckford Illumination Group (NSW) are planning a series of small, COVID-safe educational launch events in the coming months.
Lightbox 2 is a unique lighting simulation and applications space. Converted from a car warehouse, it features a six-metre wide road, pathway, pedestrian crossing and carpark, all for the creation of exterior lighting situations during the daytime. Street and area luminaires with different optics are mounted on movable poles and connected to a DALI and DMX controlled system, allowing simulation of lighting categories of the Australian / New Zealand standards.
This launch series of small events will cover a variety of topics over a range of dates and times, allowing you to book into a session that brings you the most value. To register your interest please click below.