Founded with a vision of becoming a market leader in the Australian architectural lighting market, the Perth-based company has amassed a prestigious range of products from many of the world’s leading lighting brands.
June 12th, 2013
Established in 1988, Radiant Lighting has acquired a range of quality products and developed successful relationships with brands in the residential and commercial sectors including Ansorg, Evistyle, FAZE, Hunza, Lombardo, Lucente, Metal Spot, Mizar, Morosini, Novalux, RIBAG, Scan Studio, and Triolight.
In 2013 it has also become the exclusive Australian distributor for the famous European lighting manufacturer, FontanaArte. Established in 1932, FontanaArte was the first Italian company to use experienced designers to create their award-winning light fittings. For over 80 years it has been designing and developing luminaires with unmistakeable personality for the most beautiful interiors in the world.
Radiant Lighting has grown from its Western Australian origins to be represented in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. With over a century of combined industry experience, the company understands all aspects of lighting, from creative design to technical application. It has a dedicated team of lighting design specialists who work with clients to understand their specific needs and create outstanding lighting results that exceed expectations. With a strong focus on providing reliable service, the team handles all projects with the utmost care and professionalism to ensure complete client satisfaction.
The experience and scope of the company enables it to confidently provide solutions for all project applications, encompassing residential, commercial, retail, hospitality, industrial and architectural.
25 years on, Radiant Lighting’s philosophy of creating innovative designs and achieving unique styles of lighting with quality products ensures its reputation continues to grow as Australia’s most progressive lighting company. At Radiant Lighting, lights are life.
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