The applications of BEGA exterior luminaires seem as limitless as your imagination.
November 21st, 2008
Developed by Europeís inspired lighting designers, they lead the world in beauty and form and provide practical functionality wherever it is needed: from the night-time highlighting of smaller details, to illuminating architecture or entire building complexes. These are luminaires that achieve extremely high standards. They can be subjected to dirt, harsh weather, broad fluctuations in temperature; and applications where non-corroding and waterproof lights are needed. As well as performing perfectly in such conditions, they provide design aesthetics that are exceptionally pleasing to the eye. The BEGA range, which is today renowned the world over, is distributed in Australia by Zumtobel Lighting.
BEGA, distributed by Zumtobel Lighting.
All exterior applications, including commercial, hospitality, public space and residential, under water.
BEGA prides itself on its commitment to sustainability. Products are designed to provide the most efficient use of light, using the least possible amount of power to illuminate the given task, and are manufactured from longlife, recyclable materials.
World Square exterior, NSW; Sutherland Shire Council, NSW; Cronulla Mall, NSW; Kelvin Grove Urban Village, Qld; Busway Terminal, Qld; Porttside Wharf, Qld; Waverley Park, Vic; Botanical Gardens, Vic.
BEGA provides innovative lighting concepts and works closely with specifiers, meeting Australian lighting codes, standards and regulations. Guidance with AS/NZS1158. Zumtobel provides the mentioned services for Bega products.
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