The Nimbus range scoops 2 awards at the 2010 Australian International Design Awards.
July 9th, 2010
The Nimbus LED.next Line Series and Nimbus LED.next Modul Q series have both won individual Design Awards at the 2010 Australian International Design Awards.
The Australian International Design Awards is Australia’s premier design assessment program, recognising Australian and international design and innovation excellence.
Line Series and Modul Q were selected from a record number of entries and were both awarded the gold Australian International Design Award™.
The Line series are 5mm thin height adjustable lights in pendant or table lamp formats. No stranger to awards, Line Z, the sleek table lamp version, was recently named a ‘New Classic of the 21st Century’ by Germany’s leading design title.
Modual Q is a ceiling mounted downlight product which is slimline (10mm) and can be recessed or applied to the surface.
Modual Q provide predominately down (95%) wide beaming light with even floor to ceiling
Line series and Modul Q series are designed by the team at Nimbus Group who have been leading the way in LED technology for over 10 years.
Because they are designed by architects they lead the way in both aesthetics and sustainability.
Nimbus LED/next lights are comparable to the warm light of the traditional incandescent bulb but use up to 80% less energy than low-voltage halogen lighting.
They are 100% recyclable, contain no mercury, are maintenance free lasting up to 50,000 hours, and produce a high light output while running at safe–to-touch low temperatures.
They can be installed in almost any commercial or residential location and are available in recessed, mounted or suspended versions and can be used indoors and out.
The range is available exclusively from KODA lighting.
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