After a successful 16 years in the architectural lighting industry, Architainment Lighting will be offering a new line of linear lighting solutions.
Architainment Lighting has used its plethora of experience with linear lighting to develop the new range, Architape, specifically to meet the needs of the architectural lighting industry. Manufactured in the EU using the highest quality electronic components, and priced competitively, Architape is a flexible, linear LED tape which offers an attractive option for a wealth of different applications.
Produced using advanced modern SMT mounters and automatic assembly machines, Architape is made to a high specification and is guaranteed to deliver outstanding results.
Suitable for even the most challenging of projects and environments, Architape can be specified in four different variants – Pro 50, Pro 100, RGBW 100 and Tuneable 100. Offering a high-quality while affordable solution, Architape is highly flexible, meeting the needs of linear lighting, signage, cove lighting and backlighting, among many other applications.
There were significant levels of interest in the line before manufacturing even began, and since it went into production it has already been specified into many high-profile projects including the Royal Opera House and London Canal Museum.
Robustly tested for high usage before leaving the production site, Architape offers architects and lighting designers reliability, longevity and flexibility. This is underpinned by a five-year warranty, as well as the offer of product quality consultations and specific calculations for every project.
The addition of Architape to our offering will bolster our already well-established business element of supplying architectural lighting products for some of the world’s biggest and most renowned lighting manufacturers. Architape has already garnered high levels of interest and a number of orders, so we are confident it will become a trusted and prominent solution for architects and lighting designers.
Architainment Lighting’s Managing Director Nic Tolkien