Like each year, our booth has a surface of 306m2 and was located in hall 3 booth B61.
This year we presented the reshaping and technological upgrade of our design classic: Diapason. This new range harks back to the original concept but has been redesigned with contemporary styling and state-of-the-art LED technology to provide a superior tool for architectural and display lighting.
Still in it’s conceptual phase at Light+Building 2014, Esprit has matured into a multi-directional light cylinder which floats on a stem that emanates from ceiling or floor to provide perfect accent lighting. It’s minimal design and stylish finish are key elements of the Esprit spotlight range.
In the Fuga range, the same expressions of minimization and finish are comined to create a pendant luminaire which can be adapted and combined to form an architectural element within space.
Cana brings all features of the Kreon downlight families into a new profile system that reinforces the “Tools of Light” concept by utilizing the available forms and components and placing them into a flexible and functional channel system. Additionally, the latest size in the pure cylindrical projector range Holon, can be added in the profile system for accent lighting. This projector will be shown both as part of the Cana profile system, and as a ceiling mounted luminaire. The new Holon 80 provides a solution for technical accent and display lighting requirements.
In the external segment, Kreon is presenting the Raga series which distinguishes itself by its pure form, discreet lit effect and the natural beauty of the marbles which have been carefully selected to create these sculptural pieces.
Alongside Raga, Kreon introduces Wabi. A range of lockable projectors for external accent lighting in a robust and durable form.
With the new ceiling concept, Rytmi, Kreon CS focuses on adding rhythm to a space and inducing a composition of mechanisms. Rytmi is a distinctive modular linear ceiling system with the unique attribute that it allows for the integration of building service components that are required to provide a technical functionality to the ceiling surface.
The distance between the blades can be chosen to accommodate the specific requirements of the project, and facilitate the application of click-in tiles with specific service attributes in customized sizes providing a freedom of choice that gives the designer the opportunity to create a functional and desirable rhythm across the ceiling surface. Acoustic control functionality has been addressed by the possibility to incorporate sound absorbing materials between the blades in concealed cassettes or as a visual element.
The integration of lighting is simple within the Rytmi ceiling system. The new Cana 40, 80 or 120 system of Kreon have been designed to integrate perfectly between the blades of the Rytmi system to provide discreet accent and display lighting functions.
For applications where a higher degree of ambient lighting is required, Rytmi can integrate the Skytile concept - a uniform luminous and illuminating layer in a convenient modular arrangement. Skytile can be programmed to follow natures natural lighting cycle, ranging from low light levels and colour temperatures in the morning, high levels at mid-day and again lower during the evening and night.