A private citizen wanting to light up the side of his home.
Finally, and incredibly, in Italy as well.
This design was a great victory for us because we were just so delighted and satisfied to begin to see the fruits of our daily labour meeting the requirements of beauty as an end in itself, a nocturnal enhancement with no aim of commercial gain. This is what we hope will happen in Italy, when we look at northern European countries and see lighting design in charge across their cities.
Following the Client’s request, the solutions all focussed on the enhancement of architectural features, sometimes with daring technical high-impact solutions. But in the end the winning concept was to do excellent work with very few light sources.
The project is very simple: Six warm LED floodlights pick out the entire facade.
Four narrow-beam products highlight the imposing structure with flames of light emphasising the brick-built features.
Another two smaller products with much wider beams put light on the entrance door.
If you happen to be driving in the evening along the Milan outer ring road towards Piazzale Lodi, look to your left 500 metres before the square and just enjoy the loveliness of that technical lighting there.