Prologe

Prologe

Light captured in a black box

Prologe complements the collection based on our principles for working with light: quality, architectural integration and design. The name “Prologe” has been adapted from “Prologus in Antiphonarium” a manuscript by the mediaeval music theorist Guido d’Arezzo. He created the basics of the system of music notation that we all know; a concept that embraced both useful theoretical principles and the practical skill needed to perform music. Prologe and its profile systems; new light concepts, key elements in a modular system that offers enormous flexibility for composing systematic yet highly individual light scenography