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LIGHTING Concord: marlin


BUILDING Ickworth House, Suffolk

ARCHITECT Hopkins Architects

CLIENT National Trust

PRODUCT Lytebeam

CHARACTERISTICS Three lengths of the linear Lytebeam system run longitudinally along the top floor, which is being converted to a visitor centre and restaurant, to make a feature of the open lattice-beam ceiling with minimum visual intrusion. The system's structural rigidity means it can span the 3.85m gaps between the beams without unsightly support wires

SPECIAL PROPERTIES Custom brackets, hidden from view, lock each Lytebeam length in place.

The system is adapted to take 'warmer' T5 lamps in the rear channel, while downlighting is provided by track-mounted Torus 100FX spotlights


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