Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

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Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

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The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

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The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

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The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

LUNAR 35
LUNAR 35

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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

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The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

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There’s been a lot of talk lately about how blue light can interrupt circadian rhythms and it has given LED...
A globally renowned interactive lighting experience has officially opened in New Zealand, and it’s one not...
Coherent colour temperature is the secret behind great lighting design. Here’s how to use it.
Office workers the world over will be able to attest to the impact that glare and sitting under a blaring fluorescent tube of light for eight hours a day has on their productivity and wellbeing...
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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

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The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

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The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

LUNAR 35
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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

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STORM 37

The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

LUNAR 35
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Energy-efficient bulbs and solar lights make outdoor lighting more sustainable and eco-friendly than ever...
Bring your home into the future and automate your lighting with these smart products.
Imagine a space illuminated by barely visible downlights that seamlessly bathe the whole room in light.The...
There’s been a lot of talk lately about how blue light can interrupt circadian rhythms and it has given LED...
A globally renowned interactive lighting experience has officially opened in New Zealand, and it’s one not...
Coherent colour temperature is the secret behind great lighting design. Here’s how to use it.
Office workers the world over will be able to attest to the impact that glare and sitting under a blaring fluorescent tube of light for eight hours a day has on their productivity and wellbeing...
Designing spaces that capture people’s attention, draw customers into a sense of comfort is at the forefront of retail lighting design...
For those fortunate to be contemplating building, the advance in LED lighting technology is now delivering...
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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

STORM 37
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The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

LUNAR 35
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Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Light me up: the latest in New Zealand lighting

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now...

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Linear LED lighting is a versatile, and innovative sector of luminaire design. It’s something that has been used for some time now, but as the technology develops, so do its capabilities.

In New Zealand, most of our lighting solutions are imported from Europe or Asia. However, in the case of Linetec, a brand launched this month, their linear lighting range is engineered and manufactured right here in New Zealand.

“Attending the Frankfurt Lighting Fair last month, we saw that Linetec products are as good as the best in the world,” Linetec’s David Powley says. That’s due, in part, David says, to the benefits of manufacturing on site in New Zealand. “By doing this, we can ensure that exacting standards are maintained, and that we are using the highest quality materials every time.”

That quality runs throughout these cutting edge linear lighting solutions, right through to even the surface finishes.
“Most extruded aluminum products, because of the process of extrusion, are left with dye marks on the faces of the profile. We mitigate that by bead blasting, which is similar to sandblasting except gentler, to create an almost sheer, satin finish” David says

STRAIT 15
STRAIT 15

Linetec offers this finish as part of their standard range and also include black or white powdercoat finishes. This isn’t the limit though, Linetec can manufacture their profile with any powder coating colour available locally.

Creating the perfect linear lighting solution is all about the detail, and it’s an area Linetec is focused on. The end caps, for example, are each individually CNC machined.

Another benefit of manufacturing on shore is the ability to customise products to any requirements.

 

"Often the European imported products have set lengths that you need to stick to, but we can cut to any size under four metres, and if it is over four metres, we have the capability to join two profile sections together to create larger options.”

Linetec allows designers to be creative with the use of linear lighting technology, “We have the ability to cut and join at angles, so we can create almost any shape imaginable, for example; a hexagon, a zig-zag, or a triangle.”

STORM 37
STORM 37

The completed lighting system can incorporate direct or indirect lighting, various light colour temperatures with high colour rendering values and low-glare diffuser options making it a truly versatile product.

“In residential applications, this technology is used extensively, from within cabinets, in kitchens or bathrooms, through to general lighting in living spaces. But its uses are vast across industrial and commercial applications as well. It’s a technology and lighting system that can be used everywhere from a kitchen design through to a full commercial fitout.”

Linetec launched in New Zealand this month and is available from and supported by Bright Light. Linetec works closely with architects and designers with an in-house design team available to develop custom and bespoke solutions.  

Visit Linetec on ArchiPro here to see what the future of lighting looks like.

LUNAR 35
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