Project 160 – The Parade Marlborough The Parade Cinema is a luxury commercial cinema and the latest addition to Marlborough’s cultural landscape. Opened on the
Here at Starscape we love our star ceiling to emulate the real night sky, so a simple white twinkle would be our choice. However, with our range of powerful yet economical light sources, you can have colour changing effects, dimming, and even shooting stars.
Why not contact us to discuss options? We’ll never try and sell you something that will not be right for you, or not in your budget.
The star pattern on this Horizon 500 was drilled by hand in our Northumberland workshop. We don’t use templates so you can be sure your star ceiling panel will be unique. And, with several amateur astronomers on the team we like to think our star fields are the best in the world.
This Horizon was installed in a Home Cinema room. Thanks to our customer Ade for the photos,
This legacy video demonstrates the LED rim lighting on the Horizon star ceiling panel. The Horizon used to me named Corona, but this was changed for pretty obvious reasons.
2340 x 1120mm . Depth to the bottom the panel from the ceiling 45mm (using ButtonFix)
Installing the Horizon star ceiling panel is easy, whether you have working space above the ceiling or not. Here are a couple of options:
If you have access to the space above the display then the panel can be mounted directly to the ceiling. Simply cut a hole in the ceiling large enough for the fibre optic bundle or ‘tail’. Have your electrician provide a switched socket for the LED power supply close to the hole.
The Horizon can be secured to the ceiling by screwing directly through the face and then disguising the screw heads with caps, the same colour as the panel finish.
Alternatively, and a neater solution would be to use ButtonFix. This simple system utilises button mounts on the ceiling which locate securely into carriers on the star ceiling frame.
The ButtonFix mounting system.
If you have a ceiling with no access above then we can supply the Horizon with rods or wire hangers. The space created above the ceiling will have enough room to mount the light source. All that is needed is an electrical supply.
Whatever your ceiling construction and access opportunities, our skilled team will always try and offer you the easiest and most cost-effective solution.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Prices start at £1,831.50 for a Horizon 300 inclusive of MiniLED550 light source, shipping and VAT.
Single color LED rim lighting £145.00
RGB colour changing rim lighting with radio remote control £243.00
To connect to the light source, the star panel is supplied with a 2 metre ‘tail’ of fibre optics.
If you are unable to locate the light source within this distance we can extend the length up to 12 metres. Call to discuss.