Business updates

Autumn 2019 announcements

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Upgrades for clients with T5 lighting systems

28 November 2019

Over the coming months, we shall be contacting clients who we’ve previously worked with that have existing T5 lighting systems.

We’ll be offering an upgrade to the LED solution – which means reduced running costs, less maintenance required and a longer running lifetime. It converts the old T5 system to a zero-maintenance solution.

Please contact us for further information on how to convert your T5 system.

New contract awards

11 November 2019

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be working with East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust.  New triple Living Skies will be installed with its Halcyon linac, which will help to make the radiotherapy experience less stressful for patients. 

We’ll also be working with Chapel Allerton Orthodontics, which is installing Living Skies into five of its procedure areas.

Other recent healthcare contracts awarded include:

  • GenesisCare, Oxford – linac bunker – OLED Living Windows
  • University Hospital Llandough, Penarth – chemotherapy unit – Living Ceiling
  • Royal Stoke University Hosptial – two new linac bunkers get two twin living skies in each.

Get in touch for more information.

November updates

4 November 2019

Sky Inside products now fully manufactured in the UK

We’ve been working hard to produce our Living Skies as sustainably as possible, and are pleased to confirm that all Sky Inside products are manufactured using local companies in the UK.

By discontinuing previous shipment arrangements we had with businesses in the USA, we have cut our carbon footprint by 70%. Our manufacturing instead involves three local businesses.

We know how important the preservation of our natural world is for many of our clients, and this is just one way we ensure that our products are tailored to the many wonderful people we work with.

This is especially significant in the healthcare sector, as our Living Skies are uniquely designed to improve patient outcomes. They have been medically proven to bring many health benefits and have had an impressive impact on patients – which is clear to both the patients and our clients in a very short space of time.

We’re continuously looking for different ways to improve our products as well as minimise the impact the business has on the environment. Stay tuned for more updates!

Gold standard

Sky Inside products are being recognised as ‘gold standard.’ Our clients want the best for their patients and only want to invest in technology that is as future-proofed as possible – this is where we deliver. The new Living Skies installations are part of our gold-standard products.

Get in touch for more information.

September updates

23 September 2019

New contract awards

New contracts we’ve been awarded so far this Autumn include:

  • Royal Berkshire Bracknell Healthspace – linac bunker – feature ceiling and wall art
  • Royal United Hospital, Bath – two MRI wall art systems and CT feature ceiling
  • Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – breast unit – multi-feature ceiling installation
  • CCU Contemplation Room – wall art
  • Lorn and Islands Hospital, Oban – CT – feature ceiling and wall art installation
  • Royal Stoke University Hosptial – first two of four linacs with Living Skies
  • University Hospital LLandough, Penarth – antenatal waiting area – feature ceilings
  • University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff – maternity birthing pools – feature ceilings.

Additionally, a major dental supplier has signed an agreement with Sky Inside to supply Living Skies for dental practices.

Contract completions include the first MRI linac system in the UK installed at GenesisCare Oxford, with patient enhancements supplied by Sky Inside UK.

Interactive flooring

We’ve developed our interactive flooring to be even more fun and immersive, and have just been awarded three new projects. Examples of clients already using our interactive flooring are:

  • Airedale General Hospital A&E
  • Birmingham Children’s Hospital
  • Bristol Royal Hospital for Children
  • Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh
  • Kettering General Hospital Skylark Ward.


Major maternity supplies company, Croyde Medical, has signed a five-year agreement with Sky Inside for the provision of Living Sky products in maternity units around the world.

Howarth Air Technology Ltd will be presenting Living Sky systems in intensive care and critical care units, alongside their world-leading technologies, at IHEEM’s Healthcare Estates conference, 8–9 October 2019 in Manchester Central.

Get in touch for more information and to join our Living Sky successes.