Dialogue with the environment, research into materials and optics design: the new architectural collection of Linea Light Group is based on these concepts, offering originality, technological innovation as well as new finishes and materials.

Light admits no errors, especially in architecture.

An essential element, which requires the utmost attention and which must blend in with the environment, surrounding space and landscape elements.

A challenge that we welcomed by creating a new collection of products, which take on board contemporary design trends combined with our technological know-how and illumination design study.

For us Optics design means performance and quality of light, so as to offer the best control of emissions by proposing innovative updated solutions on the basis of designers’ requests. When attention is fully focussed on the light, emission must be extremely “clean”, studied to ensure best visual comfort.

One of the more distinctive new products is Tour - a pendant light, which conceptually acts as a link between the design and the architectural collections. It has an aluminium housing and an opaline diffuser offering three types of emission (direct, indirect and internal) and six brand new finishes, including rose gold, concrete and bronze.

Particular importance has also been given in the Architectural collection to new outdoor solutions. Families of products designed for town settings and landscapes, integrated and accent lighting that can enhance and model green surfaces and areas. 

One of these is Vuelta, an outdoor spotlight with precise and controlled light emission, designed for maximum flexibility of installation. It features compactness, pure shapes and extreme care taken over aesthetic and technical details. Vuelta comes in wall-mount, post top or ground versions thanks to a range of accessories also including anti-glare shields and integrated holographic filters. 

The winner of the IF design award, Dirigo, now also joins the new collection. The path marker designed by Studio Rigo offers a subtle play of opposing surfaces, which results in a well-defined and balanced linear emission for lighting up walkways and footpaths.

The quality of the stainless steel 316L increases product value while also making it ideal for installation in highly saline environments. Also available in an aluminium version, in greater lengths, with different finishes such as grey, black and corten effect.

Working together with the architect Marco Ciarlo has seen the creation of the light portal Peak-Maxi_FR, an innovative element for use in any space. A glare-free illuminated arch that is ideal for squares and parks with its soft and comfortable light effect. The portal completes the Peak range, which already included a vast selection of urban solutions with different types of applications.

There are these and lots more new items in the new Architectural Lighting catalogue.