Radiant Lighting’s specialty lies in custom built products and innovative design. They excel in designing modular, 3D flexible LED linear lighting systems for both interior and exterior application areas. Radiant has collaborated with leading designers on a plethora of high profile global projects and have earned a 2018 darc Award, two 2018 Light Middle East Awards, two 2019 German Design Awards, and a 2020 German Design Award!
Winner of “Product Designer of the Year” at the 2019 Lighting Design Awards, their founder and Managing Director, David Morgan, has been a luminaire designer for 40 years bringing knowledge, expertise and creativity to Radiant Architectural Lighting. Radiant’s products are designed to be flexible, versatile, discreet and are frequently concealed, creating lit effects that enhance beautiful architectural features and eye-catching sculptures while embracing the latest lighting technologies and processes to guarantee longer lasting and efficient lighting systems for any architectural application.
Radiant’s 3D LED Flex 40 IP66 RGBW system with double-spaced modules was used to provide a light graze effect up the facade of the Hi Tech & Digital Centre of South Devon College. A single run of this system is installed along the curved profile of the base of the facade. Each module is being run at up to 5 Watts and elliptical beam Gaggione color-blending lenses distribute the light up the entire height of the facade. Each module is addressable via DMX.
The Radiant 3D LED FLEX 100 system was developed in collaboration with Maurice Brill Lighting Design specifically for the Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku. The system is high-power and flexible in 3-dimensions and can be adjusted on-site to follow complex cove profiles. The luminaires are recessed within the flowing coves of the auditorium. The light produced is completely indirect and is reflected off the wooden surfaces. Over 820ft of the 3D LED Flex 100 system was used to provide all the ambient lighting in the auditorium.
The Radiant 3D LED Flex 100 system has been developed for use in a wide variety of architectural lighting projects requiring cove lighting and wall wash lighting where the building surfaces are non-linear with curved profiles and facades.
Radiant’s Euclid 20 Balljoint IP20 System is installed around the edges of the curved ceiling features of Haz Restaurant in London, providing a wash of light onto the decorative plasterwork. This system features on board linear drivers and LEDs in a wide variety of color temperatures with CRI up to 95. Up to 1,000 lumens per ft for the high-output version. Opal, dot free opal, clear window and linear lens versions are available.