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Based in Wevelgem, West Flanders since 1989, the family-run design manufactory Delta Light has realized lighting projects worldwide.
Based in Wevelgem, West Flanders since 1989, the family-run design manufactory Delta Light has realized lighting projects worldwide.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
Based in Wevelgem, West Flanders since 1989, the family-run design manufactory Delta Light has realized lighting projects worldwide.

Visiting Delta Light

Stylepark and Delta Light recently went on a journey of discovery in Belgium accompanied by architects and specialized journalists.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 12/9/2017

Anyone interested in architectural lighting should take a closer look at Belgium: Based in Wevelgem, West Flanders since 1989, the family-run design manufactory Delta Light has realized lighting projects worldwide. Stylepark and Delta Light recently teamed up to organize a journey of discovery into the world of the luminaire manufacturer for architects and journalists. Before visiting the company’s head office, the group embarked on a guided architecture tour of Brussels, which included large buildings such as Brussels’ main station, but also hidden gems like the culture venue “La Maison du spectacle La Bellone”, a magnificent mansion dating back to 1697. It was designed by architect Jean Cosyn, who also had a hand in the splendid facades on Grand Place. In the 1990s the baroque building was given a glazed dome by architect Olivier Noterman. 

The culture venue “La Maison du spectacle La Bellone” is a magnificent mansion dating back to 1697. It was designed by architect Jean Cosyn.
The culture venue “La Maison du spectacle La Bellone” is a magnificent mansion dating back to 1697. It was designed by architect Jean Cosyn.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
The culture venue “La Maison du spectacle La Bellone” is a magnificent mansion dating back to 1697. It was designed by architect Jean Cosyn.

Having arrived at the destination in Wevelgem, Managing Director for the German team Oliver Waidmann and Jorn Callens, the Area Manager Export, took over and gave the group a tour of the Delta Light headquarters. The corporate architecture of the building covering some 37,500 square meters was designed by Govaert & Vanhoutte Architects. As both the development departments and production halls and high bay warehouse at Delta Light are under one roof, participants had the opportunity to accompany different parts of the production process, namely to observe how aluminum sections are made for the “Super-Oh!” series, and see the LEDs being inserted into the “Supernova” luminaire. Afterwards, in the Delta Light showroom they could admire the “Superloop” luminaire – the circular or square luminaire with a seamless surface allows you to choose between the settings functional or decorative light. The magnetic spotlights of the “Spy” family can be inserted without tools in the version with an integrated low-voltage track. All the “Superloop Spy” modules tilt 90 degrees and rotate 355 degrees. The trip to Delta Light opened up new perspectives for participants: “Everything was perfectly organized, and the showroom and factory tour were truly impressive,” said Gabriele Kempf of Kempf Architekten.

As both the development departments and production halls and high bay warehouse at Delta Light are under one roof.
As both the development departments and production halls and high bay warehouse at Delta Light are under one roof.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
As both the development departments and production halls and high bay warehouse at Delta Light are under one roof.
Participants had the opportunity to accompany different parts of the production process, namely to observe how aluminum sections are made for the “Super-Oh!” series, and see the LEDs being inserted into the “Supernova” luminaire.
Participants had the opportunity to accompany different parts of the production process, namely to observe how aluminum sections are made for the “Super-Oh!” series, and see the LEDs being inserted into the “Supernova” luminaire.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
Participants had the opportunity to accompany different parts of the production process, namely to observe how aluminum sections are made for the “Super-Oh!” series, and see the LEDs being inserted into the “Supernova” luminaire.
The finished product could be seen in the Delta Light showroom - like the "Superloop" luminaire.
The finished product could be seen in the Delta Light showroom - like the "Superloop" luminaire.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
The finished product could be seen in the Delta Light showroom - like the "Superloop" luminaire.
The circular or square luminaire "Superloop" with a seamless surface allows you to choose between the settings functional or decorative light.
The circular or square luminaire "Superloop" with a seamless surface allows you to choose between the settings functional or decorative light.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
The circular or square luminaire "Superloop" with a seamless surface allows you to choose between the settings functional or decorative light.
Thanks to the in-house showroom, the lights of Delta Light could be viewed in all details.
Thanks to the in-house showroom, the lights of Delta Light could be viewed in all details.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
Thanks to the in-house showroom, the lights of Delta Light could be viewed in all details.
The trip to Delta Light opened up new perspectives for participants.
The trip to Delta Light opened up new perspectives for participants.
Photo: Stephanie Murr © Stylepark
The trip to Delta Light opened up new perspectives for participants.