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  Abstract lighting range from tp24 at 100% Design  
 
With the design flexibility uniquely incorporated within the Abstract range, designers and architects are able to create their own light fitting, where each space can be illuminated with its own tailored LED lighting solution. A simple change in the orientation of the arm, removing the arm or swapping for an alternative arm design can provide a totally different lighting effect.


Put simply, Abstract allows one to rethink and literally change the composition of the light fitting to suit each environment and occasion. In addition, as each LED arm has a built-in driver and integrated circuit dimming, the light levels of the fitting are also easily controlled to complement the ambience.


A wide selection of base frames, including Flush frames are available in the range, which are ideal for low ceiling and a choice of suspension heads for multiple arm connections which are all fully adjustable. Pendant fittings enable the arms/bulbs to be fixed to either a horizontal or vertical body fixing, whilst the wall plates for Abstract are suitable for all locations, including into plasterboard, or alternatively can be mounted on the top of the plasterboard with tp24’s chrome finish surface back box option.


Shaun Davis, Managing Director of tp24, commented, “The feedback received from our customers on our new Abstract range has been most encouraging. Created to provide energy efficient LED lighting coupled with beautifully designed fittings, Abstract really does offer personalised and changeable home lighting for 21st Century living”.
 
 
 
   
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