Walk the Light @ Light+Building 2024

As we walk through the city streets, we find ourselves in the middle of a dialogue – a dialogue between architecture, lighting and nature. This conversation is constantly evolving, and it is by listening to it that we devise and develop our outdoor lighting solutions. From 3 to 8 March,at Light + Building, we’re inviting you to meet us in an open space, a "piazza", bordered by architectural backdrops and infiltrations of urban greenery, lit with full respect for visual hierarchies, biodiversity and the starry night sky.

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The "piazza" will be the starting point for a walk that explores our products for landscape and facade lighting. It’s a walk that reaffirms the value of time spent outdoors in the evening hours for the opportunity it offers to observe architecture in its best light.
Lighting, here, becomes the means by which the nocturnal story of the city and its buildings is told, while, at the same time, maintaining a harmonious relationship with natural darkness.
Our walk together will carry on through a dark space. Here, light has the role of framing the details – for it to do so, visitors must take on an active role of play and discovery. We’ll re-emerge in the bistro area, another outdoor setting, where the architecture of the facade and the natural elements converse with the illumination.
Finally, returning to the square will enable us to survey our fixtures’ different aesthetics, with their variety of finishes, and prestigious materials such as brass.
From the illumination of the tiniest detail – a tuft of grass – to the enhancement of an imposing building facade, at Light+Building 2024 we’ll be presenting an overview of everything our collection of outdoor lighting fixtures can do.

Make space in your diary for a walk with us, between light and darkness, between nature and architecture.

We look forward to seeing you here:
Hall 5.1 / Stand C20
Light+Building 2024
Messe Frankfurt
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

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