After nearly a full year of research and development, the Unios Toolbox has finally arrived, promising an entirely new and revolutionary way to specify lighting for architectural and designer projects.
July 30th, 2018
Unios Toolbox, from Unios, has been launched to revolutionise the lighting specification process. Targeted to the professional architectural, engineering, and design communities, the toolbox serves as a universal platform for the configuration, bookmarking, specifying and collaboration for lighting products.
Unios is an Australian designer and manufacturer of architectural lighting and luminaires, and after months of planning, designing and building, the team have launched the Unios Toolbox. This synchronised online platform was created in consideration of the often-difficult process of lighting specification.
The new system has been launched as a way to say goodbye to the messiness of product substitution, unmanageable specifications, and incomplete or inaccurate data that plagues the light specification world. Unios Toolbox enabled and encouraged total collaboration between relevant design partners with personalised accounts in this synchronised tool. The platform ensures photometric data does not vary and that coordinated decisions are made on light levels, effects and energy.
The Unios Toolbox is, simply put, the ideal and simplified solution to lighting specification. Designed for designers, by designers.
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