Inspired by the laid-back atmosphere of the modern workplace and engineered with versatility in mind, Latis’s intelligent, fail-safe design easily adapts to a wide range of spaces, looks, and architectural conditions. Evocative of a structural I-beam, its deceptively minimalist profile packs robust performance capabilities into RBW’s new optic platform.
Latis’s deceptively minimalist profile packs robust performance capabilities into RBW’s new optic platform. The meticulously engineered internal drivers and visually integrated sensors offer lighting solutions that range from a narrow beam to a 16-foot-span, effectively delivering maximum spatial coverage with lower wattage and fewer fixtures.
Browse our highly versatile linear pendant solution. Custom finishing is available upon request.
The simple, scalable design adapts to the specific dimensions of a space as individual four- or eight-foot-long linear pendants link together with fail-safe angle connectors.
The lightweight linear fixtures of the Latis system scale up to any dimension, thanks to our unique, simple-to-use angle connectors—they easily snap into place, rotating and gliding into a range of compositions. Our meticulously engineered optic platform packs robust performance capabilities into a minimalist frame.
The Latis Linear System
Available in a range of bold and neutral color options, the Latis system is equipped to make a distinctive visual statement, or blend quietly into the ceiling.
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