FUTURE DESIGNS KREATE AN ULTRA-THIN VERSATILE LED LIGHT SOURCE

Posted in Products on 29 March, 2019

FUTURE Designs, the international designer and manufacturer of luminaires and bespoke lighting solutions, has launched the latest ultra-thin lighting design KREATE.

For the first time, LED lighting and advanced smartphone display technology have combined. The result is a new type of LED light source which is at the heart of the KREATE lighting system.

The innovative product beams form and function, whilst lighting the way to creative freedom with the ability to develop unique KREATE configurations with no compromise on performance. The potential applications are extensive, whether you require discreetly integrated architectural lighting, statement chandeliers or decorative feature lighting designs, KREATE can adapt to fulfil your brief.

The super-slim LED fixtures can be used to create light in the smallest of spaces, as the subtle design is just 3.22mm in depth and weighs only 35g, with a surface area of 100mm x 100mm. Placed under shelves, KREATE is a near invisible light source. Its diminutive size also means it can be used as a wall fixture without any protrusion into walkways.

The decorative lighting system comes with three colour temperature options: 2700K warm white; 3000K warm white; and 4000K cool white, providing perfect light levels to visually enhance any environment whilst maintaining the highest levels of performance and functionality.

David Clements, Managing Director of FUTURE Designs, says:

“The advent of conjoining this super slim LED panel and smart phone display technology has enabled our R&D division to offer the A&D profession a new avenue in one off and low quantity bespoke luminaires. KREATE allows us to take your luminaire concepts to reality.”

FUTURE Designs collaborated with component supplier Lightly Technologies in the development of KREATE.

futuredesigns.co.uk

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