Amanda Rushby

Project Manager | Delta Light, Midlands & South West

Amanda has been a part of Delta Light’s Project Management Team since 2013 covering the Midlands and South West of England. Having studied for an MA (hons) in English at The University of Glasgow, Amanda chose a career in sales initially working with an electrical wholesaler before moving into the world of architectural lighting.

Holding certificates with the Lighting Industry Association and Dialux, Amanda supports architects, designers and M&E engineers on lighting schemes with projects ranging from high end residential to commercial. Amanda is also available to carry out RIBA accredited CPD’s on lighting in architecture.

Key projects that Amanda has been involved in are Cornerblock, Two Cornwall Street with Glenn Howells Architects, Birmingham City University’s Curzon Building with Associated Architects and Hoare Lea, AICO HQ with DGA Architects and Essoldo House in Chelsea with Hoare Lea and Nick Shipp Architects.


Delta Light’s Superloop family is an impressive range of slim circular and square shapes, offering a multitude of illumination options. Superloop circular can be provided with diffuse light emitting all around, installed vertically as a statement or horizontally as a decorative form. As an alternative, Superloop is available in a round or square shape with a Delta Light custom engineered 48V low voltage track on the inside. This allows for light modules to be positioned and moved all around the track, offering maximum flexibility to meet the needs of any project.

There are numerous dimensions available with finish options including Delta Light’s Flemish Gold and Flemish Bronze which offer an effective way to upgrade the minimal appearance of the loop.

In our recently launched, New Collection, the Superloop Plus is a horizontal version with integrated decorative panel on top which can add a personal touch or be used to improve acoustics.

Superloop has been used in high-profile installations across the world. Its stylishness made it the perfect fit for Milan Design Week, when Delta Light used the solution to turn the surroundings of the historic Palazzo Crivelli into a monumental lighting installation

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Craig Watts