Eurofase Launches Fase1 Lighting

Fase1 Lighting aims at catering to the functional needs of Eurofase customers.

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Eurofase Lighting unveiled their newest launch — Fase1 Lighting. Fase1 Lighting is a Eurofase initiative that aims at catering to the functional needs of their customers — great aesthetic and even better performance. Fase1 Lighting is live effective today with a beautifully crafted website that keeps the customer and user in mind. Launching with ARCHITECTURAL PROFILES AND MODULAR SYSTEMS, Fase1 Lighting will have new products launching throughout the month of May, all which provide infinite functional design opportunities to support applications in Commercial and Retail spaces.

Fase1 Lighting offering includes: CONSTRUCT - an innovative slim linear connecting system, a perfect combination between tracks and LED fixtures with uniquely designed spot, panel and downlight modules that are available for multi-task lighting requirements to the area; MUCCI - a minimalistic collection features a black aluminum body that includes round and rectangular options to bring a sleek, contemporary design to multiple environments; and ARCHITECTURAL PROFILES - linear lighting comprised of the finest LED components with endless possibilities of shapes and colors, these LED extrusions are the newest stars of lighting.

Within the ever-evolving industry, Fase1 Lighting is exercising to step away from traditional housings for its extrusions through aesthetic and performance upgrades to offer high-quality pieces that capitalize on the most advanced technology. Eurofase is extremely pleased with this extension of their brand and looks forwards to their customers welcoming it too. 

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