New concord catalogue goes flying off the shelves

The new Architectural Lighting Catalogue 2011 from Havells-Sylvania showcases the Concord luminaire range, providing a wealth of information for lighting designers, consultants and engineers working on specification projects. The latest Concord products, technical data and project specification advice are all detailed within, making this the ideal resource for updating a RIBA catalogue library or lighting designers’ bookshelf. In addition to Concord, the 2011 Architectural Catalogue also features key products from Havells-Sylvania’s Lumiance and Sylvania brands, providing the tools to detail a complete lighting scheme.

“Our new full colour catalogue takes the guess work out of architectural lighting specification,” says Kuldeep Vali, Strategic Business Unit Director Concord at Havells-Sylvania. “It is a one-stop resource for the lighting specifier and pulls together into one volume our full range of products. There are detailed descriptions and full colour images, plus performance data and details on all complementary accessories. Furthermore, we have some great reference project images from the best photographers in the business.”

The 432 page catalogue showcases the complete range of Concord architectural products available for specification projects across shoplighting, display, heritage, offices, education, healthcare, commercial, industrial and outdoor projects. All recent launches such as Concave Officelyte, Quadrille, Myriad LED, Stadium LED, LEDLED 150 are included, as are the key specification products from Sylvania; Rana, Sylproof and Sportsbay. The latest details on Lumiance, products Insaver, Insaver LED, Lumistrip and Giotto are also included.

To obtain your copy of the new Architectural Lighting Catalogue 2011 fromConcord, please contact Lesley Strasser on +44 (0) 870 606 2030. Email :


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