New view

ADesignStudio has announced the release of a new finish for its lighting range – Blackened Brass.

ADesignStudio has announced the release of a new finish for its lighting range – Blackened Brass.

The new finish provides greater possibilities for customisation, with a refined natural palette to suit any projects. Developed through a series of tests the palette will further enhance the interior design aesthetic of a space.

Using the benefits of contemporary technology, all ADesignStudio creations maximise energy efficiency and consider the practical applications of light.

The Blackened Brass finish is available for inclusion on ADesignStudio’s entire range.

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