VANCOUVER (May 2, 2017) – Archilume proudly presents Configurate, a new multiple canopy lighting system for architecture and interior design. Expanding on Archilume’s acclaimed pendant luminaire offering, the Configurate system adds an unconventional hexagonal-shaped surface mount. The jewel-like pendant, suspended from a geometrical base, offers designers the unique opportunity to create compositions of light by arranging multiple pendants across the ceiling plane. Arrays of nested pendants laid out in patterns defined by the designer and informed by the polygonal angles allow for countless arrangement alternatives, transforming the ceiling surface into a creative canvas.
Exhibiting at ICFF, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, May 21-24, 2017 in New York, Configurate is a class 2 low voltage LED lighting system consisting of a cylindrical pendant with a clear lens and featuring a conical light diffuser suspended from a hexagonal base. Lighting effects produced by the luminaire are either diffuse illumination or concentric rings which create an effect evoking ripples in water.
The Archilume line can be purchased through the sales agent network listed on archilume.com as well as directly through Archilume. Showrooms featuring Archilume products on display and for sale include Inform Contract (Vancouver, BC), Bang & Olufsen Yorkville (Toronto, ON). Visit Archilume at ICFF in booth #142.
Configurate. Another inspiring lighting innovation from the desk of Archilume founder and industrial designer, Saleem Khattak.
Located in Vancouver, Canada, Archilume is a lighting design studio offering modern, energy-efficient LED luminaires for architecture and interior design. Founded by industrial designer Saleem Khattak in 2013, Archilume offers pendants, wall sconces, and feature chandeliers in a variety of configurations in addition to custom design for commercial and residential projects. Archilume’s mission is to evolve with the ever-changing LED lighting industry to create lighting products that inspire.
Media contact: Saleem Khattak • firstname.lastname@example.org • 604 710 2576