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Adam Cruickshank’s ‘Beso’ Light

Two fluid lines effortlessly exist within an intimate space eventually linking together to create the Beso light.



BY Anna Guerrero

July 9th, 2014


Designed by Adam Cruickshank, the Beso light is created using an innovative production technique incorporating tensioned aluminium and an opal acrylic diffuser with LED.

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The standard Beso light is available in white, black, red, blue or green and is fitted with a dimmable high CRI LED. The Beso light can also be customised through a range of options making it suitable for different spaces and applications.

Colours can be requested to suit specific interiors along with additional electronic features. One such feature is colour temperature control which allows the light to be adjusted from 2500K up to 7000K.

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Another option is the inclusion of a RGB DMX controller which can be used to program the light in infinite colour displays. One of the benefits of this technology is that it can be easily programmed through your tablet or smartphone.

Tongue and Groove
tongueandgroove.com.au

Adam Cruickshank
adamcruickshank.com.au

 


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