Gineico Interiors’ clever and authentic lighting solutions place them in a league of their own.
August 31st, 2015
“There are thousands of LED strip and extrusion products on the market of varying quality. Whilst the pretenders keep copying and flooding the market with ever cheaper products, it takes truly talented designers to create something new, let alone something really clever and affordable,” says Pierluigi Gambacorti, director of Gineico Interiors. “The Flik-Flok light is truly a smart lighting solution that stands out from the rest.”
Lucifero’s from Bologna in Italy are the masterminds behind the Flik-Flok light, a high quality architectural LED offering a flexible range of lighting options and applications. It is this flexibility that enables the light to be used in a multitude of different spaces, from bathrooms to exteriors, with different effects.
The Flik-Flok is a very simple marine grade aluminium triangular extrusion that integrates a watertight high output LED strip, and is also available in a IP65 version. The triangular profile of the Flik-Flok light can be mounted with the wide face or the narrow face on the wall, and can also be used pointing up or pointing down.
Pierluigi explains it can also be used as a narrow beam or wide flood configuration, depending on what the designer is trying to achieve. “This clever extrusion can take two LED strips side by side and that one points straight up,” he says. “The second sits inclined at 45 degrees pointing out, ensuring a seamless wide spread of light with up to 38 watts per meter of power.”
The Flik-Flok can be painted to match any wall colour, and the high powered LED strip is also dimmable on request. Lucifero’s Flik-Flok light starts at $150, is available exclusively through Gineico Interiors.
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