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Lagranja Design designs our stand, want to know more about the concept?

At this edition of Light+Building we decided to entrust our stand design to Lagranja Design to lend it a fresher twist than what we had had up till now.

Was it worth the effort? We think it was, pop in and pay us a visit, we'd like to know your opinion!

Based on the scenographic concept, Lagranja Design is proposing to us black curtains which envelop the perimeter creating 4 different circular compartments where light, the star of the show, creates unique spaces. But the container is not everything as each compartment deals with a different content:

  • The blue colour encompasses the downlights area where the wide range of the DOMO and KOMBIC families are on display.
  • Yellow defines the spotlights' area with LOOK and IMAG.
  • In the outdoor area the green exemplifies the best outdoor product, highlighting the new floodlight, FLUT and the new street light OWL.
  • And an orange that shows the modular systems' area with the two most complete systems of the brand, FIL + LED TECH and DOT, as well as the new family of wall recessed luminaires TRACE.

And all this deploying LED technology and lighting up an atrezzo designed by Travesías de Luz manufactured at LAMP using the raw material of the luminaires themselves, thereby bringing the stand together with the #LAMPbunker.

We hope you like the stand as much as we do. Thanks to Gabriele, Jose and Rocío for providing us with this splash of colour!

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