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Centura System IP20

Prize(s) Winners in Linear Lighting Systems
Company Radiant Architectural Lighting
Lead Designers David Morgan
Other Designer's names Freddie Selby-Bennett
Client Various
Entry Description

Centura is a modular flexible linear LED lighting system, designed to make complex linear lighting designs simple.
An innovative articulated linkage-joint between the modules allows for hand-bendable flexibility along the major axis, so the Centura system can follow curved profiles, encircle columns, domes and cupolas, and make irregular shaped pendants, all whilst offering excellent lighting control and uniformity. Bespoke fixed shapes including curves and rings are also available.
Uplight, downlight, and aimable side-light options, with a light output of up to 6,000 lumens per Mtr, make the system ideal for a wide range of application areas, including architectural, hospitality, leisure and retail.
A wide range of light engines, including custom RGBW, white-light and tunable-white options, and a variety of optics and ambient solutions are available. Integral LV constant current drivers allow for long lengths to be lit from a single remote PSU. Dimming options include 1-10V, DMX and DALI.
The body and anti-glare louvres come in any RAL powder coat or anodized finish. The body can have a different finish from the interior louvre. Surface mounted or suspended options are available.
Company Description

Established in 2008 in London, Radiant Architectural Lighting provides innovative, award-winning solutions for leading lighting designers on projects around the world.

Bespoke products are what we do best, with many of our ‘standard’ products originating from specific project requests. Everything we create is made to order and is designed and produced in the UK.

With a strong heritage in luminaire design, Radiant excels in designing products for both interior and exterior application areas, to give lighting designers the perfect tools to illuminate and enhance architecture beautifully.