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New Litestructures design debut at TPi Awards

New Litestructures design debut at TPi Awards

Phill Jupitus with LiteConsole at TPi AwardsLitestructures proudly introduced its new line of creative aluminium solutions at the TPi Awards ceremony in London: LiteConsole. Presenter Phill Jupitus described the console as looking like "...something from the Starship Enterprise!" (see attached photo)

The original inspiration for LiteConsole came from Paul Oakenfold who required a modular performance console to reinforce his stage presence on his recent global stadium tour with Madonna, and Litestructures totally responded to Paul's requirement.

LiteConsole represents an innovative, portable and high visual impact solution for corporate presentations and live performances. They can be used as musician/DJ/production work surfaces. They can be used as eye-catching information booths at trade shows and exhibitions. They can be used for TV/video recording projects. They can be used as temporary retail outlets/sales promotion counters in shopping malls, airports, and other public areas, and much much more. In fact, you could even call them 'glorified lecterns' and, if you attended the TPi Awards, then that's what you saw when Phill handed out the prizes!

LiteConsole modules comprise just four pieces of high-grade easy-to-connect aluminium sections. Standard modules are designed to house a 50" PLASMA screen, although this open space could also be employed to feature a back-lit corporate logo, for example.

LiteConsoles will be available in either 4mm aluminium box section or conventional/industry standard ShopLite 4 trussing.

Other LiteConsole options include durable glossy powder coating in a range of standard colours, locking casters for manoueverability, customizable side-fill panels and fascias (including back-lighting), interior shelving, and expandability by simply connecting up to three modules.

For more information, please contact Pat Mulligan +44(0) 07825 190 953 - [email protected]

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