Lighting devices and systems for maximum versatility in the indoor environment. Evoking atmospheres, changing spaces, fostering the dialogue between natural and artificial light: products that enhance interiors, calibrating their volumes and changing their visual appearance, often remaining concealed for a neutral impact in line with the architecture.
Lighting in shopping centres creates sensory experiences that promote sales. Certain conditions must be met. Lighting must be integrated into the architecture of the building and must create a well-lit environment atmosphere that favours shopping and immerses the consumer in a pleasant and rewarding shopping experience.
In retail design, lighting systems guide the client and accompany them on their purchasing journey. Well-designed lighting can revitalize a store, ensure maximum layout flexibility, enhance merchandise on display, interact with customers and convert them to buyers.
A lighting system adapted for preschools and schools is a fundamental contribution to the physical well-being of the user as well as stimulating cognitive function and concentration and fostering learning. It is important for supporting the evolution of teaching methods and education sciences for pedagogical development in recent decades.
Lighting in car parks, underground or surface, and transit areas is necessary for public safety. The car park must convey maximum security to people and avoid dark areas. In addition, energy efficiency is key to minimizing operating costs in areas that are used intermittently.