Marks and Spencer commissioned Advance to design and develop a bespoke lighting scheme for their new beauty hall concept including mid-floor units, light boxes, end bays and cosmetic units.
- 47,280 display units
- 38,270 shelves
- 5,000 metres of LED lighting
- 9,200 pallets
- 457 trucks
- 90 locations
Working with an established design, Advance was asked to create a modular LED lighting system that could be used across multiple display types.
Designed to meet Plan A requirements for 30% energy efficiency savings on their previous new builds, the Advance solution for M&S delivered a 50% reduction in energy output against fluorescents.
During the development process, Advance was also awarded the assembly contract to build the displays.
Working directly with the M&S project management team, Advance delivered over 47,000 displays to 90 stores over a 12 week programme.
The Beauty program has been a big success for M&S with critical approval from the beauty industry and as the program has evolved, it has now been rolled out to over 290 stores in various formats.