Melbourne-based premium LED company, Brightgreen has added five new surface-mounted designs to its growing collection of Tru-Colour interior lights, including petite, surface, flexi, track and pendant fittings.
July 15th, 2015
Stylish, smart and very sustainable, Brightgreen’s Surface Series designs boost home energy ratings in more way than one. By totally eliminating the cutouts and gaps in insulation required for recessed lighting, the surface-mounted LEDs reduce heating and cooling costs so much, that the savings actually cover the cost of lighting up an average-sized Australian home.
Engineered to represent more colours on the visible spectrum in high levels, Surface Series designs stand to transform interiors through more than just flexibility and style. Each luminaire features the company’s trademark Tru-Colour technology, projecting light that improves the appearance of skin tones, interior colours and design details like wood grains, textiles and marble.
“The company’s intention behind releasing the set was to encourage people to take a considered approach to lighting, allowing designers to achieve more creative and efficient results,” says Brightgreen Founder, CEO and Head of Product Design, David O’Driscoll.
The timeless aesthetic, pared-back contours and flexibility of the Surface Series speaks to Brightgreen’s commitment to enduring design, with each model in the collection designed to last for up to 70,000 hours, or 30 years on average daily use. Each luminaire offers unique application benefits and comes in either low-sheen white or matte black finishes.
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