Linia is a lighting system designed to be fitted to the ceiling, allowing for the creation of continuous lines.
It comprises a lighting module and a technical module. The lighting module is available in different lengths which holds T5 or LED bulbs, and also incorporates electronic equipments. It can also be made to incorporate emergency lighting. There are two diffusers running lengthways along this section to blow hot or cold air, and an accessory can be included to adjust the flow. The technical or service module, which can be made to any size depending on the clients requirements, can be used to incorporate a loud-speaker system, fire detection and extinguishing equipment, motion sensors, photocells, etc.
The section comprising the lamp and the hot/cold air diffuser is made from pre-lacquered injected aluminium. The air diffuser section is made out of electro galvanised steel. Linia comes with two types of diffuser: micro-perforated steel or opaline polycarbonate. Depending on the type of diffuser chosen, the light is available in two different finishes: matte white (RAL 9010) for the polycarbonate diffuser, and matte grey (RAL 9006), for the micro-perforated diffuser.
Linia is supplied with a terminal box with a set of three wires, which is longer than the lamp, to facilitate the modular installation of the Linia system. It can also be ordered with an adjustable ballast, can be made compatible with the Dali system, and also with a single fluorescent bulb.
LINIA E280 DM: Fluo. 2 x 80W (G5) 1480 x 297 mm.
LINIA E254 DM: Fluo. 2 x 54W (G5) 1180 x 297 mm.
LINIA E239 DM: Fluo. 2 x 39W (G5) 880 x 297 mm.
LINIA E224 DM: Fluo. 2 x 24W (G5) 580 x 297 mm.
- Class I
- European norm
- EAC certification
- N certification
- ENEC certification - Dimmer
AIA (Activitats Instal.lacions Arquitectòniques) is a multidisciplinary team from Barcelona that has been delivering industrial design, architecture and engineering projects since the early 1990s. Sustainability, state-of-the-art technology and efficiency are three of the pillars which support its work.
Their participation in architectural projects becomes an opportunity for innovation, since they design objects for which industry has not yet provided satisfactory solutions. This is how AIA designed the Linia multifunctional technical lamp, manufactured by Vanlux. AIA has collaborated, among others, with the renowned French architect Dominique Perrault, on the D-123 building in Barcelona.