Thursday, 20 June 2013


Further to recent changes to update and refresh the Philip Payne Installation site showcase and gallery, work is now complete on the Online Brochure Collection.

The previous web-view of the catalogue was at best a bit clunky and at worst just too damned small to read some of the detail..

Working with our partners Method Design a completely new approach has been taken with a button on the homepage linking through to video, contents page with links and a grid view making navigation mind bendingly simple.

Individual pages can be printed or collated to print a custom selection and with options to share by email or social media the new style brochure provides brilliant opportunities for specifiers to communicate discuss or embed specifications into design documents.  

Friday, 14 June 2013

New Vision

Changes to the Philip Payne website mean extensive visuals of previous projects are more readily available. Sitting alongside the conventional showcase the new gallery gives a more explicit view of the Payne portfolio in one click

Friday, 7 June 2013

A Retail Tale

  • If there was any doubt that Philip Payne products represent the best in Emergency Lighting look no further that the contribution of retail sales in May’s sales figures despite the gloomy picture we hear reported on TV and in the papers.
  • Payne has long been the “emergency” choice in top end retail fit outs particularly in Bond Street and the surrounding areas.
  • Last month Payne products were supplied to Hugo Boss outlets in Glasgow and Reading , Dolce & Gabbana ,Jimmy Choo  in Dover Street W1 and Selfridges in Manchester .
  • During May further specifications were welcomed on the books for retail and mall projects across the UK

Monday, 3 June 2013

Payne achieves Kitemark

Philip Payne has now completed the kitemarking process to ensure Civil Defence Authority compliance across the middle east region.

After recently completing some great work in the region it was decided to ensure continuing success by underpinning local compliance with the Kitemark with which of course comes the iconic BSI symbol.

Specifiers from the UK and USA continue to call for Payne product on their most prestigious  Mid-East projects  and the Kitemark will enable their specifications to be carried through with impunity.

Status is confirmed at