News - HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FRANKFURT LIGHT+BUILDING 2016 TRADE FAIR

By Studio Italia 1/04/2016 1:59 pm

"Our show was called 'Under' which looked at microscopic water creatures called diatoms. Diatoms generate more oxygen than all the tropical rainforests, supplying enough for our every fifth breath. They are a vital part of life on Earth and also stunningly beautiful. There were four new designs plus a coral reef made up of a pile of Coral lights on the floor.
Three of the new designs are derived from diatoms: Navicula, Formosa and Asterola, all of which are scientific diatom names. The fourth new design is Pola which is a cooler counterpart to our existing hot Sola light.
Upon our return to New Zealand we are immediately continuing with developing these concept designs."

 

 

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"NEMO continues its solid development with clear linear architectural elements with a constant view towards modularity."

"NEMO objective is to keep utilizing the versatility of LED in sophisticated architectural products for residential and hospitality spaces."

Valentina Folli designed NEMO stand at Light+Building: more than a booth, an industrial installation with strong architectural elements, utilizing raw scaffolding structures and industrial aluminium flooring to create a frame where the products become the essential elements.

 

 


  

"Light+Building is the meeting place for architects, interior architects, designers, planners, engineers, artisans, the distributive trades and industry, that will find there the most innovative solutions on the market for their activities. The main theme will be energy efficiency. The fair presents solutions that cut the energy consumption of a building at the same time as increasing the level of comfort. From LED technology, via photovoltaic and electro-mobility, to intelligent electricity usages with smart metering and smart grids, the companies can present an integrated spectrum of products and services that make a decisive contribution to exploiting the energy-saving potential of buildings to the full."