Re:Use Re:Build Re:Place


Give old luminaires new life.

With a circular mindset, we can reuse and recycle resources in a more sustainable and long-term manner. With our Re:Furbish initiative, yesterday's designs and technologies are updated with today's advances and innovations to meet tomorrow's demands.

Update and reuse

With Re:Furbish, we can renew, reuse and rebuild your existing lighting solutions. With new LED luminaires and, for example, intuitive lighting control from Organic Response, you not only save energy but also have more opportunities to adapt lighting to your company‘s needs, and improve both light quality and light comfort. 


Safety first

We have never compromised on safety, and this is no exception. After a luminaire has been rebuilt, it is tested according to current standards to ensure that it is in compliance. We always focus on high quality in our lighting solutions, regardless of if they’re old or new.  

kg CO₂e
Select material to see how much you can reduce CO₂ emissions by reusing existing luminaires.



Life cycle assessment

A life cycle assessment (LCA) is a thorough analysis of how different products, or services, affect the environment throughout its life cycle. With this as a basis, we have identified the recycling of materials in lighting solutions as an area where we can make a big difference. Read more about how we work with life cycle assessments, as well as our results and insights we’ve gained.



A product – from grave to cradle

The idea of renovating or rebuilding old luminaire housings to save materials and energy is an area that is rapidly growing. And sometimes what an old luminaire needs can be just a little love and engineering skills – to be able to shine brightly once again. Meet two of Fagerhult's project managers, Johan Ericsson and Peter Eklund, who love taking on a challenge. Preferably those that are absolutely impossible. 

Do you want to review your lighting solution too?  

Do you need to update, replace or rebuild your existing lighting solution – or maybe you just want to know a little more about how a Re:Furbish project is carried out? Do not hesitate to contact your local sales office for guidance and more information. Looking forward to hearing from you!