Lighting designed in Perth, Western Australia.
Every single Faze luminaire is designed in our Perth lighting laboratory and creative studio. It begins with a passion for lighting, combined with extensive trend and market research.
Our design team works collaboratively from idea to realisation, relying on input from architects, engineers, electricians, builders and designers. Listening to what works and what doesn’t, including how they want to create great spaces benefits future development and enhancements to the Faze lighting range. Looking for gaps in the lighting market helps us expand on ideas to create truly remarkable luminaires. This whole process shows us how we can push the boundaries and seek new possibilities in lighting design.
Going above and beyond anything seen before.
Our latest collection of luminaires goes above and beyond anything available to date, both technologically and aesthetically. Based on years of experience, our advanced flicker-free drivers eliminate flicker completely, and deep-set LED aluminium heat sinks that provide class-leading heat dissipation. All these specific lighting components and more have been carefully thought out and trialled to make sure they provide joyous light for years to come.
We create unique designs that become an intrinsic part of amazing designer lighting solutions. If you would like more information on any of our luminaires or have an upcoming project that you would like us to be a part of, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
A refined process for unique innovative designs.
A strong design foundation ensures our luminaires are developed with the utmost care to deliver the best quality lighting. The Faze process has been honed across many years to deliver unique lighting solutions for any project:
Each product design is sparked by an idea or gap in the market, which is then sketched out for planning.
2. Refined Illustration
We then use software to complete a refined drawing and 3D render of the product.
3. Sourcing Materials
Faze sources the best materials for each particular product. This includes the LED chip and driver.
4. Prototype Engineered
A prototype is engineered based on the concept drawing, using carefully sourced materials.
5. Revision & Performance Testing
The sample is then revised and tested to ensure it meets the required standards and is functional as well as aesthetically pleasing.
6. Cultivated Design & Development
Based on all testing and revision, each fitting is developed and improved. All changes that are made, ensure that each fitting is of the highest quality for final production.
7. Packaging Design & Instructions:
Once the final details and measurements are confirmed, the packaging and instructions are then individually tailored to that product. We ensure every product has ideally-sized packaging to reduce waste and breakage. Packages are carefully designed and printed with instructions to ensure safe, easy and compliant installation.
We’re open 8am – 5pm Monday to Friday and 8am – 12:30pm on Saturdays.
Our lighting consultants are always available during these hours to help you with any solutions you may need.
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Where to Buy
- Lighting Catalogue 2023 Edition Download
- Faze Downlight Guide 2023 Download
- Faze, An Australian Lighting Brand Download
- Quality Of Light Download
- Faze And The Environment Download
- Faze Downlights Catalogue 21/22 Edition Download
- Faze LED Strip Catalogue 21/22 Edition Download
- Faze Surface Mounted Catalogue 21/22 Edition Download
- Faze Linear Catalogue 21/22 Edition Download
- Faze Suspension Catalogue 21/22 Edition Download
- Faze Track Catalogue 21/22 Edition Download
- Faze Wall Lights Catalogue 21/22 Edition Download
LED stands for Light Emitting Diode; a semiconductor device that converts electricity into light. LEDs use approximately 85% less energy than halogen or incandescent lighting (hello power bill savings!) and also have a much longer lifespan, roughly 25,000 – 50,000 hours depending on the ‘globe’. LED’s are also eco-friendly, they don’t contain any harmful mercury, they don’t emit any CO2 and they can be recycled without harming the environment.
Kelvin (K) is a measurement of light colour and is not a measurement of brightness, 3000k is a warm white, whereas 4000k is a cool white. The higher the number of Kelvin, the cooler the light. Think of the ember warmth of candles or firelight (which is 1000k-2000k), compared to the blueish tint of daylight, which is around 5000k. The colour temperature will impact a number of factors, including the ambience of a space.
Our lighting consultants lean toward a 3000k as it is not too warm/yellow toned and will therefore provide a clean white finish that is also still soft. However this can differ as some people may prefer a cooler white to others. For example, homes that feature a monochromatic palette of whites and blacks will suit a 4000k better – to bring out the whites and not create a yellow wash.
Lumens are a measurement of the total amount of visible light from a light source, this is the term used in place of wattage on the old scale. Typically, closer to 100-lumen per watt is very efficient – a standard downlight at 10.5W should be closer to 900lumen – this means it is performing at a higher level with less power.
CRI stands for Colour Rendering Index, which measures the ability of a light to accurately reproduce the colour of various objects. The closer to 100, the higher the quality of the light source.
Our trading hours are Monday to Friday 8AM until 5PM and Saturdays 8.30AM until 12PM.