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iGuzzini The History and Company Philosophy

The quality of the urban space lighting elements presented here is undoubtedly synonymous with beauty, which is a direct result of the care and attention to detail implemented during the design process, a feature on which the iGuzzini company philosophy has always been based. Less evident is the fact that behind this visual quality lies a real financial advantage in terms of the amount of energy saved by using an optic which also preserves the environment, respects the health of citizens and offers increased safety for the entire urban community. Correct optic design is, in fact, the main reason for the financial and energyrelated savings achieved: an optimal luminous flux emission can be obtained, which means the number of fixtures used can be limited to only those which are absolutely necessary. As a result the distance between fixtures is increased, thereby overcoming the more serious effects of environmental light pollution and the harm caused to individuals by intrusive light entering their homes. This lighting quality is also a guarantee against glare, which is always the cause of inconvenience in pedestrian areas and can become an actual hazard on roads or in areas with heavy traffic. Safety during maintenance procedures and in the management of the systems is assured through various awards, in the form of approvals from third parties such as the prestigious ENEC organisation. The usual wide range of options offered and the extreme flexibility of these options have enabled real product customisation based on even the most unusual requirements and features. Each product becomes a rare and precious tool in the hands of the designer as he prepares to design a lighting plan for any urban landscape, modern or ancient, in any geographical conditions or climate.

We have worked in and for “light” since 1958. This was the year when the Harvey Creazioni, a small company that produced lamps and chandeliers, was founded. Today we are the premiere Italian manufacturer in the “Lighting” market, and we rank among the top European manufacturers. We want be the creators of good lighting: light that shines in a room, a house, a building, a museum, a cathedral, a company, a plaza, an airport, and, yes . . . even an entire city. Good lighting has to be created with the awareness that it has to integrate with its environment, taking care not to invade it, darken it, or violate it. Light must be respected, and light has to, in turn, respect the nature of people and things. The iGuzzini mission is therefore to study light, to know light and to make it known; improving the integration with architecture through industrial design. Because of this, a large part of what we do is to offer consultation on lighting techniques, both in the design phase and as an after-sales service.

Architectural and Urban Areas Architectural and Urban Areas

iGuzzini illuminazione spa

9.5351.000.0

62019 Recanati, Italy via Mariano Guzzini, 37 PO Box 56.75.103 telefono (+39) 071.75881 telefax (+39) 071.7588295 iguzzini@iguzzini.it www.iguzzini.com video: (+39) 071.7588453

On the cover: Bridge Vittorio Emanuele, Rome Italy


iGuzzini The History and Company Philosophy

The quality of the urban space lighting elements presented here is undoubtedly synonymous with beauty, which is a direct result of the care and attention to detail implemented during the design process, a feature on which the iGuzzini company philosophy has always been based. Less evident is the fact that behind this visual quality lies a real financial advantage in terms of the amount of energy saved by using an optic which also preserves the environment, respects the health of citizens and offers increased safety for the entire urban community. Correct optic design is, in fact, the main reason for the financial and energyrelated savings achieved: an optimal luminous flux emission can be obtained, which means the number of fixtures used can be limited to only those which are absolutely necessary. As a result the distance between fixtures is increased, thereby overcoming the more serious effects of environmental light pollution and the harm caused to individuals by intrusive light entering their homes. This lighting quality is also a guarantee against glare, which is always the cause of inconvenience in pedestrian areas and can become an actual hazard on roads or in areas with heavy traffic. Safety during maintenance procedures and in the management of the systems is assured through various awards, in the form of approvals from third parties such as the prestigious ENEC organisation. The usual wide range of options offered and the extreme flexibility of these options have enabled real product customisation based on even the most unusual requirements and features. Each product becomes a rare and precious tool in the hands of the designer as he prepares to design a lighting plan for any urban landscape, modern or ancient, in any geographical conditions or climate.

We have worked in and for “light” since 1958. This was the year when the Harvey Creazioni, a small company that produced lamps and chandeliers, was founded. Today we are the premiere Italian manufacturer in the “Lighting” market, and we rank among the top European manufacturers. We want be the creators of good lighting: light that shines in a room, a house, a building, a museum, a cathedral, a company, a plaza, an airport, and, yes . . . even an entire city. Good lighting has to be created with the awareness that it has to integrate with its environment, taking care not to invade it, darken it, or violate it. Light must be respected, and light has to, in turn, respect the nature of people and things. The iGuzzini mission is therefore to study light, to know light and to make it known; improving the integration with architecture through industrial design. Because of this, a large part of what we do is to offer consultation on lighting techniques, both in the design phase and as an after-sales service.

Architectural and Urban Areas Architectural and Urban Areas

iGuzzini illuminazione spa

9.5351.000.0

62019 Recanati, Italy via Mariano Guzzini, 37 PO Box 56.75.103 telefono (+39) 071.75881 telefax (+39) 071.7588295 iguzzini@iguzzini.it www.iguzzini.com video: (+39) 071.7588453

On the cover: Bridge Vittorio Emanuele, Rome Italy


Classification of fittings Class II

with double insulation and/or reinforced insulation in every part and without earth connections

Class III

designed for connecting to low voltage circuits, without any internal or external circuit functioning at a voltage different from safety low voltage

Internal lighting systems The internal catalogue presents indoor fittings divided into the following systems: Biodynamic lighting systems, Mains voltage spotlights, Low voltage spotlights, Mains and low voltage tracks, Professional pendant luminaires, Ambient lighting pendant luminaires, Multy-optical assembly luminaires, Professional low-luminance recessed luminaires, Professional wall-washer recessed luminaires, Professional mains and low voltage recessed luminaires, Mains and low voltage recessed luminaires, Professional low-luminance fluorescent recessed/ceiling-mounted luminaires, Professional fluorescent recessed/ ceiling-mounted luminaires, Professional fluorescent systems, Ceiling-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-mounted luminaires, Professional wall-mounted luminaires, Ambient lighting wall-mounted luminaires, Emergency lighting luminaires, Mirror luminaires, Wall/floor recessed luminaires, Directional lighting luminaires, Table lamps, Floor lamps, Feature lighting.

The fitting can be installed on normally flammable surfaces

Degree of protection The resistance offered by the fixture to the penetration of solids and liquids is indicated by the IP prefix (International Protection) followed by two numbers. The first number identifies the degree of protection against the ingress of solids and the second number against liquids (IEC 529 - EN 60529 publication). The letters IK indicate the the level of shock resistance of the luminaire, according to CEI EN 50102.

FIRST IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Degree of protection against penetration of solids

SECOND IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Degree of protection against penetration of liquids

LEVEL OF SHOCK RESISTANCE It designates the level of shock resistance according to CEI EN 50102

0

0

Not protected

IK00

Not protected

1

Protected against the vertical fall of water drops

IK01

Protected against 0,15 J shocks

2

Protected against the fall of water at a maximum angle of 15°

IK02

Protected against 0,2 J shocks

IK03

3

Protected against rain

Protected against 0,35 J shocks

4

Protected against splashes

IK04

5

Protected against jets of water

Protected against 0,5 J shocks

IK05

6

Protected against waves

Protected against 0,7 J shocks

7

Protected against the effects of immersion

IK06

Protected against 1 J shocks

Protected against the effects of prolonged immersion

IK07

Protected against 2 J shocks

IK08

Protected against 5 J shocks

IK09

Protected against 10 J shocks

IK10

Protected against 20 J shocks

1

2

3

Not protected Protected against penetration of solids larger than 50 mm Protected against penetration of solids larger than 12 mm Protected against penetration of solids larger than 2.5 mm

4

Protected against the penetration of solids larger than 1 mm

5

Protected against the penetration of dust.

6

Completely protected against penetration of dust

8

…m

External lighting systems The External catalogue presents outdoor fittings divided into the following systems: Indirect lighting systems for urban areas, Direct lighting systems for urban areas, Lighting projector systems for urban areas, Lighting systems with diffusers for urban areas, Pendant luminaires, Professional dynamic lighting floodlights, Floodlights, Ground-recessed luminaires, Wallwasher luminaires, Specific lighting effect luminaires, Systems for residential areas, Systems for residential areas pathway lighting, Inground spike luminaires, Ceiling/wallmounted luminaires, Wall-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-recessed luminaires, Recessed directional luminaires.

Approvals

03

The Italian Quality Seal Institute (IMQ) and the European institutes are responsible for establishing the conformity of the fittings to the safety

provisions contained in the relevant standards and granting the authorization for marking the fittings with the quality seal

The Italian Quality Seal Institute has recently introduced a new seal (IMQ Performance) which certifies the performance of products tested in certified laboratories as regards:

• photometric curves • tables of luminous intensity • diagrams of luminances • glare curves • output

The ENEC mark certifies the conformity of the products to all the applicable European standards and guarantees the company in terms of organization and production (ISO 9001)

The presence of this mark represents the best safety and quality warranty for the end user

Fittings which ensure a tight control of light pollution are highlighted with this symbol. UNI EN ISO 9001


Classification of fittings Class II

with double insulation and/or reinforced insulation in every part and without earth connections

Class III

designed for connecting to low voltage circuits, without any internal or external circuit functioning at a voltage different from safety low voltage

Internal lighting systems The internal catalogue presents indoor fittings divided into the following systems: Biodynamic lighting systems, Mains voltage spotlights, Low voltage spotlights, Mains and low voltage tracks, Professional pendant luminaires, Ambient lighting pendant luminaires, Multy-optical assembly luminaires, Professional low-luminance recessed luminaires, Professional wall-washer recessed luminaires, Professional mains and low voltage recessed luminaires, Mains and low voltage recessed luminaires, Professional low-luminance fluorescent recessed/ceiling-mounted luminaires, Professional fluorescent recessed/ ceiling-mounted luminaires, Professional fluorescent systems, Ceiling-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-mounted luminaires, Professional wall-mounted luminaires, Ambient lighting wall-mounted luminaires, Emergency lighting luminaires, Mirror luminaires, Wall/floor recessed luminaires, Directional lighting luminaires, Table lamps, Floor lamps, Feature lighting.

The fitting can be installed on normally flammable surfaces

Degree of protection The resistance offered by the fixture to the penetration of solids and liquids is indicated by the IP prefix (International Protection) followed by two numbers. The first number identifies the degree of protection against the ingress of solids and the second number against liquids (IEC 529 - EN 60529 publication). The letters IK indicate the the level of shock resistance of the luminaire, according to CEI EN 50102.

FIRST IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Degree of protection against penetration of solids

SECOND IDENTIFICATION NUMBER Degree of protection against penetration of liquids

LEVEL OF SHOCK RESISTANCE It designates the level of shock resistance according to CEI EN 50102

0

0

Not protected

IK00

Not protected

1

Protected against the vertical fall of water drops

IK01

Protected against 0,15 J shocks

2

Protected against the fall of water at a maximum angle of 15°

IK02

Protected against 0,2 J shocks

IK03

3

Protected against rain

Protected against 0,35 J shocks

4

Protected against splashes

IK04

5

Protected against jets of water

Protected against 0,5 J shocks

IK05

6

Protected against waves

Protected against 0,7 J shocks

7

Protected against the effects of immersion

IK06

Protected against 1 J shocks

Protected against the effects of prolonged immersion

IK07

Protected against 2 J shocks

IK08

Protected against 5 J shocks

IK09

Protected against 10 J shocks

IK10

Protected against 20 J shocks

1

2

3

Not protected Protected against penetration of solids larger than 50 mm Protected against penetration of solids larger than 12 mm Protected against penetration of solids larger than 2.5 mm

4

Protected against the penetration of solids larger than 1 mm

5

Protected against the penetration of dust.

6

Completely protected against penetration of dust

8

…m

External lighting systems The External catalogue presents outdoor fittings divided into the following systems: Indirect lighting systems for urban areas, Direct lighting systems for urban areas, Lighting projector systems for urban areas, Lighting systems with diffusers for urban areas, Pendant luminaires, Professional dynamic lighting floodlights, Floodlights, Ground-recessed luminaires, Wallwasher luminaires, Specific lighting effect luminaires, Systems for residential areas, Systems for residential areas pathway lighting, Inground spike luminaires, Ceiling/wallmounted luminaires, Wall-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-recessed luminaires, Recessed directional luminaires.

Approvals

03

The Italian Quality Seal Institute (IMQ) and the European institutes are responsible for establishing the conformity of the fittings to the safety

provisions contained in the relevant standards and granting the authorization for marking the fittings with the quality seal

The Italian Quality Seal Institute has recently introduced a new seal (IMQ Performance) which certifies the performance of products tested in certified laboratories as regards:

• photometric curves • tables of luminous intensity • diagrams of luminances • glare curves • output

The ENEC mark certifies the conformity of the products to all the applicable European standards and guarantees the company in terms of organization and production (ISO 9001)

The presence of this mark represents the best safety and quality warranty for the end user

Fittings which ensure a tight control of light pollution are highlighted with this symbol. UNI EN ISO 9001


Table of Contents Concept 2

Creativity and innovation

6

Urban lighting plan

10

Optical pollution

4

Quality of light

8

Saving energy

12

Safety and performance

30

Architectural

Lighting design projects 14

Town/city centres

22

Urban road network

18

Urban green spaces

26

Large areas, transportation

Products

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Nuvola, MiniNuvola

48

Berlino System

62

Lingotto

36

iRoad

50

MaxiWoody System

64

MaxiWoody

38

Lavinia System

52

Platea System

65

Platea

40

Cut-Off System

54

Flaminia System

66

ColourWoody

42

Este

56

Emilia

68

Linealuce

44

Les Alpes

58

Lanterna

70

Radius

46

Salaria System

60

AgorĂ

72

Light Up Walk professional


Creativity and innovation

Design

The culture of industrial design is one of the main values within the iGuzzini company philosophy. In 1991, the ADI (the Association for Industrial Design) recognised the activities of the company by presenting it with the highest honour in the sector, the Compasso d’Oro, “for the development of a highly coherent design and production philosophy throughout the years, in which the culture of Design has been both a common denominator and an element of distinction”.

The 1991 prize followed the 1989 award and paved the way for the 1999 award, but the motivation of that year effectively underlined the Design factor as an “element of distinction”, drawing attention to the precise commitment to combining technological innovation with aesthetic/shape-related research, which has made the company so recognisable against the current landscape.


Ph.: Ulso Tsang

Hong Kong - China: Kowloon Area

Ph.: Ulso Tsang

Ph.: Ulso Tsang

Concept

Special products

Through its collaboration with the company’s own technicians and many prestigious designers, iGuzzini has been gaining international recognition for years, for example the company received the IF Design Award from the Industrie Forum Design organisation in 1987, 1989, 1997 and 2006.

One of the most significant phenomena to occur in the industrial production sector in recent years is customisation, or the opportunity of providing a response to specific situations with the implementation of special products. An example of this situation was when the special Colour Woody model was created for the Kowloon area of Hong Kong. The requirement in this case was the insertion of lighting fixtures in an environmental context which was characterised by special lighting effects, implemented every day at set times during the night, while maintaining the high quality of the basic lighting provided during the remaining night time hours.

A high resistance to wind was also requested (the wind can reach speeds of 300 km/h in this location), in addition to a system for the diffusion of sound, to be used during exhibitions and events. The flexibility guaranteed by the high performance levels of the implemented technology means that in this case - as in many other cases - the special requests were fully satisfied by transforming the standard solution into a unique and customised system.

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Quality of Light

Ph.: MMVideo Foto Werbung

Monaco - Principality of Monaco: Grimaldi Forum

Lamellar louvre

Indirect light

Ph.: Matiaž Kainik

Circular baffle

Cairo - Egypt: Sultan Hassan & Rifai Mosque

Improved colour rendering Through an expert use of light, the features of the space and of the architecture itself have been highlighted. Each light source was chosen after consideration of the specific features of the different locations. If, in ancient times, people could talk about a ‘genius loci’ when referring to a particular spirit conferring a special atmosphere on a single space, we could now use the term ‘genius lucis’ to describe the special lighting requirements of the space, because each space has its own light-related needs.

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Visual comfort

For example, the mainly warm coloured lighting from sodium lamps may be suited to a historical environment, while a halide lamp with its cold light is better suited to a more modern architectural setting. The wide choice of solutions therefore provides improved colour rendering and optimises the lighting design according to individual cases.

Visual comfort is considered in the creation of lighting fixtures which prevent unpleasant glare from occurring. If, generally speaking, this is a regular measure taken to eliminate discomfort, it becomes an indispensable feature in urban environments where glare along traffic-heavy streets can become a real hazard for motorists and pedestrians alike.

This hazard can easily be avoided through the use of lighting fixtures fitted with certain accessories, for example spill-rings, baffles and indirect lighting systems, which offer ideal solutions for every type of product and guarantee increased safety without interfering with the aesthetic features of the fixture itself.


Ph.: José Hevia Blach

Concept

+90°

-90°

Semi-cylindrical illuminance The following 4 zones can be identified according to the distance between people in a given area: - the “intimate” zone - the “personal” zone - the “social interaction” zone - the “public” zone. The public zone is the area involved in the consideration of safety within green spaces. In fact, the minimum distance which allows a person with a normal level of vigilance to take evasive or defensive action is approximately 4 m. Reduced distances affect the actual performance of reactive behaviour.

Ev

Safety for citizens When discussing public spaces, the light quality offered directly concerns the safety of the citizens who use the space. The night-time illumination of public spaces which eliminates dangerous shadowy areas becomes more than a single element bringing peace of mind to the people using that space.

In many cases, it provides an ideal opportunity to restore run-down areas or places with dubious nighttime access to the community. Good lighting can therefore keep watch over our safety at the times when we need it most.

5


Recanati urban lighting plan

Recanati (Mc) - Italy: view

Recanati project

If an Urban Development Plan is used to organise building expansion according to a basic design, an urban lighting plan has the task of organising the lighting of urban areas, acting on the desire to improve the quality of life of the citizens where safety is concerned on one hand and the aesthetic image of the city at night on the other. The lighting technology solutions chosen for an urban lighting plan firstly follow the morphological and environmental characteristics of each area, while remaining aware of the individual features and highlighting the historical and regional heritage of the area.

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The plan then involves the selection of the hardware, lighting fixtures and systems used to achieve the defined objectives effectively, according to the specific installation geometry in the area. Particular attention is paid to the integration between the lighting system and the pre-existing context, and how the systems fit alongside any urban furniture which is already present or which is due to be installed.

The main director of this plan, the professional responsible for the construction of the general plan, can utilise the skills of local technicians and lighting technology experts who are able to implement the plan and provide a response to even the most varied requirements. The Recanati Project in 2003 was truly the exemplification of all these steps. Mr Terzi, an internationallyrenowned architect, in collaboration with local technicians and the Local Services, orchestrated an urban lighting plan which took account of the historical buildings in the city.

The most important consideration of them all was the ancient wall which surrounds the city and leaves its imprint on the urban geometry. The company was able to collate all the requirements of the project and provide a response using the hardware which was most suited to the final implementation. The flexibility of the lighting fixtures, guaranteed by the multitude of solutions available, plays a determining role in making iGuzzini a well-prepared and reliable partner in the implementation of any urban lighting plan.


Concept

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Perceptual Model

primary urban path

main squares

secondary urban path

access gateways

perimeter of the city centre

sections preserved by the city wall

main access routes

visual polarities on a regional scale

primary vertical architectural structures

rustic green areas projection

marginal horizontal architectural structures

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Saving Energy

Correct optic

SPILL RING

Two optics show how a well thought-out design can provide diametrically opposite results: in the first case, the light beams emitted by the lamp are reflected by the optic without invading the shadowy area of the spill ring, directing all the light outside the fixture; in the second, unsuitable design leads to the obstruction of the rays emitted, which in turn causes the fixture to become dangerously overheated. The optics are created in anodised aluminium so that the natural shine of the material remains unaltered over time.

ENERGY SAVING AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT iGuzzini

Competitor

Δ

distance between fixtures (a)

3,7 x h = 26m

3xh = 21m

7m

No. of fixtures x km

38

47

9

kWh x km in one year

26793

33139

6346

€ x Km in one year

1745

2220

425

KgC02 x Km in one year

11253

13918

2665

* calculations based on an electricity cost of 0.067 € * in line with the principles within the Kyoto agreement Street optic (ST) This fixture makes it possible to implement greater centre-to-centre distances between the poles and therefore to reduce the number of fixtures, decrease visual impact, reduce purchasing and maintenance costs, and also to save energy.

a

h

UL

SPILL RING 8m

Incorrect optic

Efficiency of the reflectors

The consideration given to the energy saving policy, environmental impact and the limiting of costs (and thereby taxpayers’ contributions) in relation to the optics used in public areas directly concerns the quality of the fixtures used in urban areas. Technological evolution in the creation of increasingly refined optics which help to prevent light from being wasted depends directly on the quality of the production and frequent assessment procedures used at the various processing stages.

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The effect of this quality directly determines the quantity of elements used: highly-evolved optics and fixtures are, in fact, capable of performing their functions more efficiently, thereby increasing the distance between one element and another and reducing the total number of fixtures used, up to a total saving of 9 units per illuminated km (as detailed in the above table), with all the resulting benefits in terms of electricity consumed and costs incurred.

HIT-DE 150 W Rx7s

Uo

1m

Lmed

h

a

Uo

UL

Lmed

7m

26 m

0,45

0,50

1,55

10 m

40 m

0,47

0,45

1,00

h = Installation height (7 metres) a = Distance between the poles (26 metres) Uo = Average uniformity of the examined area UL = Longitudinal uniformity Lmed = Average luminance in cd/m2


Ph.: Hans Schlupp

Concept

ENERGY CONSUMPTION ANALYSIS FOR THE PERIOD 01/10/2004 TO 31/03/2005 This involved 17 systems with 1767 lighting fixtures (250W / 400W SAP), fitted with voltage adjustment devices and remote control modules. Traditional Current Traditional Current cost Cost saving consumption consumption cost E E KW h KW h E A

608514

70.276,35

45.638,55

24.637,80

Saving % 35,1%

MAINTENANCE WORK BEFORE AND AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT DEVICES IN THE 2ND HALF OF 2004. no. of lamps replaced 1st 2nd 1st 2nd half of 2003 half of 2003 half of 2004 half of 2004 Lamp 150/250 W SAP

188

386

568

66

1st quarter of 2005 6

* the data in the two tables refers to the province of Bergamo

Adjusting the light and remote management The province of Bergamo, thanks to the restructuring of the public lighting network using new voltage adjustment and remote control systems, has achieved a substantial reduction in the amount of energy consumed and has therefore been able to reduce costs. There has also been a drastic decline in maintenance work required involving the replacement of damaged lamps.

iGuzzini is a partner which demonstrates the utmost care in the design and creation of lighting fixtures which are capable of providing a response to all demands.

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Optical pollution

The link mankind has with the sky is of an atavistic nature. Interfering with this relationship leads to the disruption of the natural balance, not only for humans, but also for plants and animals. In the convention which took place in Paris in 1992, UNESCO highlighted the enormous damage caused to the night sky by excessive artificial light and declared that the starry sky was a piece of heritage to be looked after in a responsible manner. Light pollution, in addition to being responsible for this, also causes 30% of the energy supplied (data provided by the Dark Sky Association) for the illumination of cities to be wasted.

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In order to resolve the problem, it is not necessary to plunge the cities into darkness, but simply to adopt rules for the implementation of lighting using fixtures which, through concentrated and asymmetrical optics, baffle screens and fresnel lenses, are capable of providing light without increasing the already high level of light pollution. It is not sufficient simply to use these fixtures; they must also be installed and maintained correctly in order to guarantee an effective limitation of lighting pollution.


Concept

180°

90°

90° 0°

Solutions from a photometric point of view

eGlobe b a flh w o u to fG b eil without baffle

Φ ≤50%

90°

90°

90°

175°

90°

175° 0°

Globe with baffle in aluminium

Globe with iGuzzini patented baffle

Φ ≤30%

Φ ≤5%

iGuzzini WORKING AGAINST LIGHT POLLUTION

90°

Fixtures and technologies - High-efficiency light sources - Controlled optics - Accessories - Adjustable flux

Guide to the design process - On website - Photos Software

175°

Declaration of conformity relating to the fixtures: The manufacturers, importers or suppliers must certify that, amongst the technical features of the marketed lighting fixtures, there is full compliance with the following law

Consultancy for lighting technology design which complies with local legislation

90°

Fixture with cut-off optic

0%

Conferences

unscreened fixtures and incorrect lighting design/planning

Productive light Non-productive light Polluting light

The main effects of optical pollution are recognisable both on a general environmental level, through the alterations and mutations in the natural development of living species’ vital activities, and in everyday experience, where glare effects can limit and jeopardise our mobility within cities (this is true of both traffic-laden and pedestrian streets). The more private and personal phenomenon of intrusive light is also an issue.

It has actually been calculated that excess light produced by malfunctioning light sources not only damages the outdoor environment, but penetrates private dwellings in the form of intrusive light, altering the circadian rhythms of the inhabitants and seriously affecting their psychological and physical well-being. Through the implementation of fixtures which are capable of overcoming this type of disturbance, the battle against light pollution (in addition to improving the environment, saving energy and reducing costs) is aimed at preventing the phenomenon and safeguarding health.

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Safety and performance

IP67 IK10

Facilitated opening of the optical assembly. Removable plate, disconnecting switch and fuse on request

Optic after 7 years of operation (foreground) New optic (background)

ENEC Seal

Maintenance safety

Quality of the optics

Painting

The safety certification of the fixtures is demonstrated by the allocation of various seals, such as the CE brand and ENEC approval. In contrast with the former seal, which is obtained as a result of the company's self-certification process, ENEC approval is assigned by third parties only after close examination involving a strict series of checks based on the relevant European Regulations (EN), through a Quality Assessment System which conforms to Regulations UNI EN ISO 9002.

The insertion of elements such as the switch and fuses between operating parts, although not compulsory according to current legislation, is a guarantee of simple and rapid maintenance and provides further assurance of the safety of the fixtures.

An optic made using quality materials and created using advanced techniques will stand the test of time, which is a guarantee that its performance levels will be maintained and that the initial reliability data will remain unaltered. The quality of the optics also ensures that maintenance work will be performed in the quickest time possible, thus avoiding more complicated and laborious procedures which could have a detrimental effect on the output of the lamps.

The desire to offer high quality standards means that liquid paint is more likely to be selected, rather than powder application. Liquid paint is undoubtedly more expensive, but it offers decidedly superior performance efficiency: it is more compact, more uniform and provides greater resistance to bad weather and ultraviolet rays. It may also be applied in a very fine layer (60/80 microns compared with 150 microns for powder applications), enabling the product design to remain exactly the same, without any corners being rounded off and without altering the smallest details of the design.

03

12


Products tested for temperatures of - 20째 C Saint Petersburg: Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

Ph.: Archives iGuzzini

Ph.: Archives iGuzzini

Products tested for temperatures of + 50째 C Dubai: Grand Hyatt Hotel

Operation in extreme conditions To guarantee operation of the fixtures in extreme climatic conditions, they are subjected to heat testing in chambers which are fully equipped for temperature reading and optimal operation of the electrical parameters. Other types of test involve resistance to saline fog, in order to find out how the product behaves in unusual conditions.

As a result, optimal efficiency in an extremely wide range of conditions is assured, as demonstrated by the implementation of fixtures in such diverse places as Saint Petersburg (-20째) and Dubai (+50째).

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Town/city centres

Ph.: Enrico Lattanzi

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Pescara - Italy: Piazza Rinascimento

Capri - Italy: La Piazzetta

14


Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Lighting design projects

Ascoli Piceno - Italy: Piazza del Popolo

Lighting implementation within a town/city centre is much more than a simple functional lighting requirement: it gives a new and unusual appearance to the city, which is completely different from the familiar daytime perspective.

Consequently, the lighting plans must take account of the smallest details of each individual situation, highlighting artistic heritage, creating charming atmospheres which are capable of inspiring emotion, and guaranteeing the safety offered by the light itself through the avoidance of the dangers which may lurk in dark areas.

The safety of the systems, the attention to detail evident in the design of the fixtures and the sheer number of solutions on offer facilitate the achievement of each objective identified in the lighting implementation design process

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Malaga - Spain: Plaza Costitución

Architects: Juan Gavilanes Vélaz de Mediano Francisco González Fernández Iñaki Pérez de la Fuente

Ph.: Arubio & Asociados

Platea

16

Multi Woody


Ph.: Arubio & Asociados

Town/city centres

Ph.: Arubio & Asociados

In this way, respect for the existing structures has been combined with technological innovation and an optimal centre-to centre distance between fixtures has been achieved, thus creating a uniform light, avoiding the introduction of unsuitable poles and also preventing intrusive light from filtering into private residences. The lighting of the square involved accenting the architectural details of historical structures such as the fountain, this time using all the optic options offered by MaxiWoody. In order to limit the number of poles used and to avoid direct glare without departing from the functional illumination of pedestrian areas, MultiWoody was used. This enabled several fixtures to be installed easily on a single support.

When formulating a design for the Plaza Costituci贸n in Malaga, it was impossible to ignore its links with existing historical features. Via Larios, for example, the street leading to the square, contains a series of historical fixtures which have strong connotations in the collective memory of the citizens; the intention was to create a sense of harmony between this feature and the contemporary technology applied in the design. A solution was identified using the ceiling-mounted Platea positioned underneath the eaves, with a blade-of-light effect optic and a source providing white light.

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Urban green spaces

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Ph. Courtesy of Planit EDC

Manchester - Great Britain: Greenquarter

Matera - Italy: Park of Castello Tramontano

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Ph.: Enrico Lattanzi

Lighting design projects

Capri (Na) - Italy: Public gardens

In urban green spaces, lit pathways become the most effective way of ensuring the community benefits from areas which would otherwise become almost deserted at night. Path lighting, lit walkways and special effects achieved using a wide range of options are used to restore the green space to the city and its inhabitants as a precious element of city living, even at night, without the feeling of being at risk.

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Como - Italy: Viale Marconi

Como - Italy: Viale Marconi

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Nuvola

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Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Urban green space

In the Viale Marconi park in Como, the main objective was to give a new lease of life to an area in the city which is seldom used at night. This was balanced with the desire to enhance the lighting with a welldesigned selection and to highlight the structure at the end of the park.

The most efficient response to these requirements was the implementation of the Nuvola system, winner of the Compasso d’Oro prize for design which was awarded to the company and to the designer Renzo Piano. This system is used to create a uniform yet aesthetically pleasing and functional light both horizontally and vertically, highlighting the Volta Temple at the end of the park while avoiding the risk of glare.

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Urban road network

Ph.: Darius

Ph.: Eckhart Matthaus

Augsburg - Germany: Tram Station

Twickenhan - Great Britain: Heath Road

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Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

Lighting design projects

Chiasso - Switzerland: Brogeda Customs

The network of roads which comprise the thoroughfare traffic circulation is one of the most delicate and important parts in the life of a city. Illumination becomes an indispensable element which it is not possible to do without. It is more important than ever before that the choice of fixtures placed along the thoroughfares is not the result of distracted consideration. The fixtures must be suited to the requirements of the situation and safety is the primary concern.

As a result, the issue of light pollution, the quality of the optics, and the possibility of a correct illumination which does not waste precious light in this case are elements which become more fundamental than ever for the designers and for the inhabitants of the city who use the road network.

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Paris - France: Villejuif Metro station

lighting project:

Mario Cucinella

Ph.: Didier Boy de La Tour

Platea

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Woody discharge


Ph.: Didier Boy de La Tour

Ph.: Didier Boy de La Tour

urban road network

To celebrate the centenary of the Metro (the underground system in Paris), nine of the stations were refurbished and social themes implemented, the work being entrusted to internationallyrenowned planners and designers. The Villejuif station was allocated to the architect Mario Cucinella who, together with iGuzzini, orchestrated a design around the theme of sport. The lighting selections involve warm lighting for the platforms, in order to guarantee a pleasant and comfortable atmosphere for the passengers, and a colder lighting used to illuminate the graphics of various sporting images displayed on the walls and on the ceiling.

Platea fixtures were chosen for the light directed towards the platform and Woody fixtures for the light directed at the walls and the ceiling. The fixtures are arranged in groups of four and mounted on metal supports, where emergency lights and loudspeakers are also located.

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Large areas - Transportation

Ph.: Hans Schlupp

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Cagliari - Italy: Elmas airport

Tang Shan City - China: Tang Shan Eartquake Monument Square

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Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

Lighting design projects

Arco (Tn) - Italy: Foro Boario

A large area like the areas usually used for city transport services could become an urban empty place at night without a suitable illumination system. This can be overcome easily with the implementation of a special and carefully considered project which is capable of highlighting and emphasising the presence of these large and fundamental spaces within the fabric of the city, because light can breathe life into the largest of spaces, while darkness or bad lighting turns it into a useless - if not dangerous - void.

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Milan - Italy: New Fair

lighting project: Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas

Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

Lavinia

28

Platea


Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

Large areas - Transportation

The Milan Fair in Rho-Pero, designed by Massimiliano Fuksas and officially opened in March 2005, is centred inside a large architectural ‘rippling sail’, which is one and a half kilometres long. Two paths branch out under the ‘sail’: one at zero altitude for guests wishing to visit the eight pavilions (the height of which varies between 7 and 10 - 12 metres); the other is at an altitude of six metres and leads to the bar, the meeting room and other function rooms.

During the day, the complete transparency of the structure allows natural light to penetrate and illuminate the area, while at night a simple yet effective design devised by Fuksas in partnership with iGuzzini provides the lighting. In the pavilion zone the Lavinia system was used and street optics attached, both for 400W direct lighting and 250W indirect lighting, in order to guarantee an average of 300 lux on the ground.

The altimetric progress of the sail is particularly winding, with variations ranging between zero and 10 - 12 metres and consisting of continuous peaks and troughs. A double-arm Lavinia system was used here, in the same colour as the roof so as to guarantee the uniformity of the assembly. An asymmetrical flood optic was fitted to this fixture with 250W metal halogen light sources. Platea 250W fixtures with asymmetrical optics were used to complete the outdoor design.

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Architectural

Ph.: Archives iGuzzini

Ph.: JosĂŠ Hevia Blach

Palma de Mallorca - Spain: Es Baluard

Mostar - Bosnia Herzegovina: Mostar Bridge

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Ph.: Petr Janzura

Lighting design projects

Kutna Hora - Czech Republic: Saint Barbara Cathedral

When light is applied to an important architectural structure, it becomes a way of interpreting the beauty and history of the structure itself. Fixtures which are capable of emphasising buildings, highlighting the interplay between ‘full’ and ‘empty’ used in the construction, fixtures with personality which are also discreet, in the hands of a designer become precious instruments which can be used to discover a special way of experiencing the historical memory of a city and its treasures.

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Saint Petersburg - Russia: Our Saviour of the Spilled

lighting project: Piero Castiglioni

Ph.: Gabriele Basilico

MaxiWoody

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Radius

Platea

Light Up Walk professional


Architectural

Ph.: Gabriele Basilico

Blood Cathedral

The magnificent Cathedral in Saint Petersburg and the area encompassing the buildings in front of it, presented an interesting challenge when planning the lighting scheme. Its RussianByzantine style, characterised by the exquisite onion-shaped dome, imposing bell tower and a variety of spires, required carefully designed illumination in order to emphasise the richness of the elements without disrupting the balance between the different parts of the architectural structure.

The dramatic sculpted effects of the elements were highlighted using superspot versions of MaxiWoody projectors and Platea projectors with flood optics, carefully positioned on the roof in strategic positions so as to obtain the desired theatrical effect; Radius fixtures were used to illuminate the railings. The inside of the bell tower was illuminated using Radius fixtures with luminous flux variance, thereby achieving a dynamic effect aimed at emphasising the vertical building which is such an important symbol of the historical memory of the city.

The finishing touches were provided by MaxiWoody fixtures with refractor optics, which were mounted on poles or positioned on the roofs of the buildings along the Griboedov canal and used to project the elliptical beams of light illuminating the building facades.

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design Nuvola: R. Piano & Meccano - MiniNuvola: Piano Design Workshop

Nuvola, MiniNuvola

Ph.: José Hevia Blach

The product has been awarded the following prize: - Compasso d’Oro nel 1998

Palma de Mallorca - Spain: Es Baluard

Upward light flow emission < 5%

Visual comfort

Nuvola Height: 10000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads.

Height: 6000 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads.

scale 1:200

34

Customised emblem

Strengthening collar

Flush inspection lid IP44

Resistance to snow load: Nuvola, up to 250 Kg; MiniNuvola up to 205 Kg.

Created from the Renzo Piano & Meccano design and awarded the prestigious Compasso d’Oro in 1998, the Nuvola fixture is a brilliant solution for the provision of indirect light with uniform illumination, without the risk of glare occurring on the surface of the street. The system includes a pole-mounted Lingotto projector towards which a reinforced technopolymer screen is turned, acting as a high visual comfort index light diffuser and avoiding useless upward emission of the light (the main cause of light pollution).


Products

Nuvola

MiniNuvola

IP65

MiniNuvola Height: 5000 mm

All the appeal of the Nuvola design is available in a new miniature version which broadens and completes the range of indirect light fixtures. Smaller dimensions and the wall-fixing possibilities on offer - make MiniNuvola the ideal choice for installation around squares, gardens, historical town centres and monuments.

scale 1:200

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design Jean Michel Wilmotte

iRoad

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

The product has been awarded the following prize: - iF Design Award 2006

Pescara - Italy: Piazza Rinascimento

Glass with customised silk-screen printing

Innovative sources: Cosmowhite, Master Colour 250W

Height: 10000 mm

Height: 8000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads. Height: 6000 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads.

scale 1:200

36

Facilitated opening of the optical assembly

Removable plate

Double wiring access slot

Disconnecting switch and fuse on request

Upward light flow emission = 0

Class II, with provisions for Class I (on request)


Products

IP66 IK08

A simple yet elegant product in the characteristic style of its creator, J. M. Wilmotte, this range of fixtures provides uniform lighting without glare and does not emit light upwards. The products integrate discreetly and efficiently into any urban environment.

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design Massimiliano & Doriana Fuksas

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Lavinia System

Sirolo (An) - Italy: Roundabout

Adjustability ¹ 15°

Two fixing screws Two safety bolts

Height: 10000 mm Height: 9000 / 8000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads. Height: 7000 / 6000 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads.

scale 1:200

38

Hinge opening with two captive screws for medium-sized body

Removable plate

Decompression valve for medium-sized body

Water run-off groove

Class II, with provisions for Class I (on request)

No upward emission of light flow


Products

Small body

Large body

IP66 IK08

Devised by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, this co-ordinated system provides extreme flexibility in street lighting. A wide range of optics and sources can be used thanks to the innovative articulated aiming system.

Each individual solution guarantees a uniform distribution of light, a complete lack of upward light emission and the total absence of glare on the surface of the street. The simple and effective design make it a system which is suited to any urban context.

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design iGuzzini - Devine

Cut-Off System

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Argo

Aosta - Italy: Ring road

Delphi pole top

Argo tpole top

Height: 10000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads. Height: 8000 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads.

Height: 5000 mm Pedestrian areas, residential streets, parks, car parks.

scale 1:200

40

Adjustability in the wall-mounted version

Removable plate

No upward emission of light flow


Products

Delphi

Delo

IP55/66 IK08

The system permits the installation the pole-mounted or wall-fixed installation of various lighting bodies with different shapes, fitted with optics which provide uniform illumination with no upward light emissions.

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design M. Albini - F. Helg - A. Piva

Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

Este

Bormio (So) - Italy: Valdidentro

Spread of the optical assembly

Removable plate

Height: 6750 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads.

scale 1:200

42

Flush inspection lid IP44

No upward emission of light flow


Products

IP23/54 IK07

This is a system equipped with a cast aluminium optical assembly which has extremely clean lines and is ideal for use in conjunction with residential urban furnishings or in areas where pedestrians and road traffic are both present. It provides the possibility of using different types of optics, always directed downwards, and is capable of providing a uniform illumination without creating glare.

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design Giovanni Albertin

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Les Alpes

Cortina (BL) - Italy: Public lighting

Spread of optical assembly 1/4 turn

7800 mm

6000 mm

scale 1:200

44

Removable plate

Customised emblem on request

No upward emission of light flow


Products

IP65

IK07

The fixture was created as a response to the extremely precise requirements of the Urban Lighting Plan for the town of Cortina dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Ampezzo. The unusual environment and the need to create a product which is capable of conversing with this unique historical and rural setting enabled the formulation of a broad and customisable system, which has since emerged as being extremely flexible, even when used in other settings and contexts.

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design iGuzzini

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Salaria System

Pregnana Milanese (Mi) - Italy: city ways

Spread of optical assembly 1/4 turn

Removable plate

No upward emission of light flow

Dual operating control gear

S

A

7000 mm

5000 mm

scale 1:200

46

ERG Y

E

N

G

Adjustment of the flatness of the bowl

V I N


Products

IP65 IK08

Objects, places, crossings, relationships and paths; light brings man, his activities and his world into focus. In the city, lighting means application and maintenance flexibility, style, well-being, the absence of glare and no light pollution. The Salaria system provides a response to every one of these demands. It is a specialist urban lighting design based on the quality of the luminous flux and on the integration of the shape into the context.

The fixtures, designed for use with energy-saving light sources, offer the option of installing symmetrical, asymmetrical or street optics and reduce aesthetic impact, eliminating glare and the dispersion of energy and light emission.

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design Piano Design Workshop

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Berlino System

San Giovanni Rotondo (Fg) - Italy: Sanctuary of St. Padre Pio

Removable plate

5650 mm Height of lighting body: 4500 mm

scale 1:200

48

Easy arm-pole installation

Adjustment of bowl flatness

Limitation of stray light using spill ring

No upward emission of light flow


Products

IP65

The reflector in the Berlino range is fitted on an arm which looks like a rounded arch and which is in turn inserted into the top of a pole, to provide direct light without glare. It can be used in several different historical and modern contexts and in many urban areas, from shopping centres to parks and car parks.

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design Mario Cucinella

MaxiWoody System

Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

The product has been awarded the following prize: - iF Design Award 2003

Lodi (Mi) - Italy: Piazza San Francesco

Large, medium-sized and small optical assembly

Circular louvre

Protective grid and visor

Adjustable barn doors

Coloured filters

Rotation of the optical assembly

Rotations on linear and on square supports

Projector-bracket rotation, bracket rotation by 60° steps

60°

60°

α=15° 60° 50° 20°

Height: 9000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads. Height: 7200 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads. Height: 5000 mm Height: 4200 mm Pedestrian areas, residential streets, parks, car parks.

scale 1:200

50

60°

60°

60°


Products

FrameWoody

MultiWoody

CityWoody

IP67 IK08

Public spaces increasingly require useful illumination which is able to satisfy technological lighting needs while respecting the visual, perceptive and design-based values of the relevant spaces and architecture. The MaxiWoody System was created from the concept of the multiple application of fixtures for the lighting of vertical surfaces.

The MaxiWoody assembly, fully utilising the flexibility of the optics and accessories fitted, makes it possible to outline the lighting design for the architecture using a specific language, defining elements and profiles in the most precise terms.

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design P. Castiglioni - M. Cucinella

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Platea System

Cupramarittima - Italy: Promenade Cupramarittima

Installation of the arms with no holes

No upward emission of light flow

Height: 9000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads. Height: 7000 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads.

Height: 4000 mm Pedestrian areas, residential streets, parks, car parks

scale 1:200

52

Protruding inspection lid IP54


Products

IP66 IK08/04

The projectors in the Platea range can be applied to various poles or arm supports; as a result they are extremely flexible and can be used in any public or residential urban areas. Many screening elements can be used to successfully overcome the problem of glare.

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design Jan Wickelgren

Ph.: Esa Studio

Flaminia System

Flaminia A Lecce - Italy: Viale dellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;universitĂ

Decorative headpiece - down version

Decorative headpiece - up version

Height: 6000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads. Height: 4500 mm Height: 3500 mm Pedestrian areas, residential streets, parks, car parks.

scale 1:200

54

Glass cone

Satin-finish diffuser on request

Optical assembly with captive screws

Removable plate with disconnecting switch and fuse on request

Easy maintenance

Louvre designed to limit upward light flow < 3%


Products

Flaminia B

Flaminia A

No upward emission of light flow

Anti-vandalism diffuser

IP66 IK08

The Flaminia system is characterised by the combination of different cultures and experiences. The design was developed based on the idea of multiple families of fixtures having the same design concept, but offering a vast range of different functions and potential applications. The extensive range, in part a result of pole customisation option and the basic visual aspect of the products (Scandinavian design is softened by the Mediterranean culture of iGuzzini), facilitates application projects which are consistent in the shapes and styles of the lighting fittings used but different (and complete) in terms of performance quality.

The diffusers, horizontal rings, vertical bars and the decorative aluminium cap can be combined and used in such a way as to create a full spectrum of style options.

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design Valerio Sacchetti

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Emilia

Aosta - Italy: Park S. Orso

Removable plate

3840 mm 3320 mm

scale 1:200

56

Baffle designed to limit upward light emission

Flush inspection lid IP44

Anti-vandalism polycarbonate diffuser


Products

IP44

Uniform and anti-glaring illumination, reduced upward flow emission, refined and elegant design. Emilia perfectly integrates in any architectural environment: in residential areas either in public gardens or squares and town areas designated for low traffic.

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design iGuzzini - P. Molinari

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Lanterna

Cagliari - Italy: Marina piccola

Visual comfort

Protruding inspection lid IP54

Height: 5000 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads. Height: 3500 mm Pedestrian areas, residential streets, parks, car parks.

scale 1:200

58

Anti-vandalism polycarbonate diffuser


Products

IP45

With its innovative and simple design, Lanterna controls light in order to satisfy the requirements for the decorative and safety lighting of pedestrian walkways in parks and gardens across the city. The starting point is always research into the environment, the context and the needs corresponding to the green space when Lanterna is being considered as an option.

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design Pierluigi Molinari

Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

AgorĂ

Calvino (Tn) - Italy: Public lighting

Baffle designed to limit upward light emission < 3%

Anti-vandalism diffuser

Dual operating control gear

S

A

Height: 7000 mm Connecting streets, squares, traffic-heavy roads, crossroads. Height: 5000 mm Squares, roads with moderate amounts of traffic, crossroads. Height: 3500 mm Pedestrian areas, residential streets, parks, car parks.

scale 1:200

60

ERG Y

E

N

G

Diffusers with various finishes

V I N

No upward emission of light flow


Products

IP45

Agora is a fixture which enables sodium vapour and mercury vapour light sources to be used, providing illumination through diffused light. The distinctive ball shape of the fixture is anchored to a pole or is fixed to the wall, and has the advantage of a screen at the top which helps to prevent unnecessary light dispersion and the risk of glare. This results in high-quality performance being combined with a visual aspect which complements every environment and context, whether old or new, with maximum flexibility.

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design Renzo Piano

Ph.: Fabio Emilio Simion

Lingotto

Rovereto (Tn) - Italy: Via Roma

Wall-washer screen

Baffle

Adjustable product

680

240

Large and small optical assembly

350

120

120

270

170 215

260

310

500

600

695

scale 1:200

147 180

62

147 230


Products

IP66 IK07

Inspired by the fixture designed for the famous Turin factory which was refurbished by Renzo Piano, this urban furnishing version offers sharp, extremely functional design with clean geometry once again, remaining extremely flexible and suitable for use in a variety of situations.

The lighting body, equipped with a special reflector, can be positioned using an articulated joint on a support rod or on a surface and can be wall-mounted or fixed directly to the ground, in order to provide direct light illumination.

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design Mario Cucinella

MaxiWoody

Ph.: Giuseppe Saluzzi

The product has been awarded the following prize: - iF Design Award 2003

Roma - Italy: Roman wet dock - ancient port

Large, medium-sized and small optical assembly

Circular louvre

Protection grid and visor

Adjustable barn doors

Accessory combination

Coloured filters

Position locking and graduated scale

scale 1:200

64

319

ø 484 521

534

ø 380 352

427

358

ø 315

IP67 IK08

Removable plate and captive screws

The comprehensive nature of the MaxiWoody range, its versatility, faithful attention to every detail, high photometric performance and straightforward maintenance all distinguish the evolution of this versatile new instrument dedicated to lighting public areas; a tool capable of providing quality lighting while also playing a role in terms of urban decor.


design Mario Cucinella

Products

Ph.: Augusto Buzzeo

Platea

Foligno - Italy: Historical town centre

Wall washer screen

Spill ring

Baffle

Adjustable product

Easy installation and maintenance

Double cable clamp

146

IP66 IK08

scale 1:200

250

147

The fittings from the Platea range were created to meet the demand for lighting in urban spaces, both functional and decorative. The possibility of choosing between four different types of optics (Asymmetrical, Flood, Spot and Light Sliver) and from eight light sources provides an extremely wide range of lighting solutions able to satisfy any project demand.

431

431

431

No upward emission of light flow

280

65


design Mario Cucinella

ColourWoody The product has been awarded the following prize: - Intel Design Prize 2003

Ph.: Bernhard Mann

The ColourWoody technology, which uses dichroic tubes, has two main objectives: the variation of the 6 main colours without the use of additional lenses, and an extremely high level of photometric efficiency which cannot be achieved by traditional colourchanging systems.

Oberstdorf - Germany: Roadshow Schattenberg

535

66

Manual operation Dip-Switch

ø 484

Self-diagnostic

670

ø 380

ColourWoody superspot

618

ColourWoody spot

553

DMX compatible


Products

ColourPlayer Control panel plus thermoplastic-material box to be recessed into the wall. Power supply voltage: 12 V DC (external ballast not included) Availability of one output for LonWorks速 network and one serial line RS232 to connect the device to a PC and update the software, if needed.

ColourBasic ColourBasic is the software which is used to install and configure a series of ColourWoody fittings onto a LonWorks速 network by assigning each device or group of projectors a network address which facilitates the instruction routing and programming processes. Diagnostic information relating to individual fixtures can be accessed through ColourBasic. The application is multilingual and access to the software is password-protected. It must be used in conjunction with the PC interface (code 9898).

ColourShow The Colourshow software makes it possible to create scenes, sequences and colour effects through a user-friendly PC interface (code 9898) which displays and assists in the programming process for networked ColourWoody fixtures. The application is multilingual and access is protected by a password and USB hardware key.

ColourPlayer panel Complete with wall-recessed box

ColourBasic CD Supplied with PC interface.

ColourShow CD Available on request.

Interface PC + software ColourBasic code 9898 Panel ColourPlayer code 9899

network LonWorks

network LonWorks

PC

code 9901 software ColourShow

IP66 IK08

This fixture uses a type of technology which has been demonstrated as one of the most prized methods used in terms of lighting scheme implementation: through the use of dichroic tubes and two important aims and without the application of additional lenses, it colours the light emitted, inspiring new emotions by literally dyeing the city, which in turn displays a previously unseen nocturnal aspect of great charm.

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design Jean Michel Wilmotte

Linealuce

1

Ceiling/wall-mounted application

2

Pendant application

3

Recessed application: floor, wall, ceiling

1

1

1

Ph.: Didier Boy de La Tour

1

3

1

1

1

3

2

1

1

Paris - France: CitĂŠ Internationale Universitaire

The vast range of installation systems designed for Linealuce enables a wide variety of applications designed to blend in with any architectural setting.

Recessed luminaire Length (mm)

Xenon

610

6x8,5 W

930

10x8,5 W

1410

16x8,5 W

Length (mm)

68

Wall-mounting/Ceiling/Pendant

T16

K

2600

K

Length (mm)

Xenon

539

6x8,5 W

859

10x8,5 W

1339

16x8,5 W

Length (mm)

T16

414

8W

638

14 W

668

14 W

942

21 W

1238

28 W

1538

35 W

972

21 W

1268

28 W

1568

35 W

3000 4000 6000

K

2600

K

3000 4000 6000


Products

Static load resistance

Dynamic load resistance

Low temperature

Locking system

Feedthrough cabling

IP65/67 IK10

The elegance which is so characteristic of the Wilmotte brand has been used to create an efficient instrument which can be implemented in all situations where it is necessary to emphasise a larger structure using basic and discreet lighting. It is an element which acts as an architectural light pattern and is able to project the darkness and light effect of the lighting bodies and the solids which are used to breathe life into parks at night.

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design Piero Castiglioni

Ph.: Archivio iGuzzini

Radius

Madrid - Spain: Government Palace

Protective grid

272

272

256 90

256

130

256

256 90

90

Shaft of Light optic

70

1

Semi-recessed application

2

Free standing application

3

Double application

4

Ground application

5

Window application


Products

IP55 IK08

The elegant and simple shape of this aluminium fixture makes it easier, using special lenses, to achieve a charming and effective illumination consisting of blades of light, yet at the same time it performs its function efficiently and discreetly.

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design Jean Michel Wilmotte

Ph.: Hans Schlupp

Light Up Walk professional

Tang Shan City - China: Tang Shan Earthquake Monument Square

444

444

319

ø 410

316 ø 255

ø 188

137

240

319

Decompression box

Connector block

137 316

ø 410

310 361

236

346

220

72

124 ø 382

Adjustable product

236

130

Easy installation

ø 312

ø 410

ø 211

117

square recessed luminaire

Temperature < 75°

313

ø 312

ø130 117

circular recessed luminaire

Versions with non-slip glass

Visual comfort

124

Resistance to static load 5000 kg

ø 255

260


Products

Double PG

Two-element frame small body

Compact height

Three-element frame - small body

Two-element frame small + medium-sized body

118

IP67 IK10

Cumbersome lighting fixtures are not indispensable when creating an effective lighting system. Fixtures in the Light Up Walk Professional series are available with a wide range of accessories, which can be used to limit the impact of the luminous flux emitted by the product in terms of light pollution.

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Subsidiaries BENELUX iGuzzini illuminazione Benelux Bvba/Sprl Residentie “Het Museum II” Museumstraat 11, BUS A B-2000 ANTWERPEN Tel. +32 (0)3 241 14 00 Fax +32 (0)3 248 66 48 info@iguzzini.be DENMARK iGuzzini illuminazione Danmark Filial af iGuzzini illuminazione Spa, Italien Kalvebod Hus Bernstorffsgade 35 1577 KØBENHAVN Tel. 33 17 95 95 Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk FRANCE iGuzzini illuminazione France S.A. 10, boulevard de la Bastille 75012 PARIS Tel. 01 40528181 Fax 01 40528182 iguzzini@iguzzini.fr

GERMANY iGuzzini illuminazione Deutschland GmbH Bunsenstrasse 5 D-82152 PLANEGG Tel. 089 8569880 - Fax 089 85698833 info@iguzzini.de HONG KONG iGuzzini illuminazione Hong Kong Ltd Suite 401-2, Lincoln House, Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay, HONG KONG Tel. 852 2516 6504 - Fax 852 2856 2981 iguzzini@iguzzini.com.hk NORWAY iGuzzini illuminazione Norge A.S. Brynsveien 5 0667 OSLO Tel. 23067850 - Fax 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no RUSSIA iGuzzini illuminazione Srl Novoslobodskaya str.,23 off. 720 127055 Moscow Russia Tel. 007 095 543 93 26 Fax 007 095 543 93 30 info@iguzzinirussia.ru

SPAIN iGuzzini illuminazione España S.A. Poligono Industrial Can Jardi Calle Strauss s.n° 08191 RUBI - BARCELONA Tel. 93 5880034 Fax 93 6999974 iguzzini@iguzzini.es SWITZERLAND iGuzzini illuminazione Schweiz AG Uetlibergstrasse 194 8045 ZÜRICH Tel. 044 465 46 46 Fax 044 465 46 47 info@iguzzini.ch UNITED KINGDOM iGuzzini illuminazione UK LTD Unit 3 Mitcham Industrial Estate 85 Streatham Road MITCHAM SURREY CR4 2AP Tel. 0208 646 4141 Fax 0208 640 6910 info@iguzzini.co.uk

Show Room MILANO Via S.Damiano, 3 20122 MILANO Tel. 02 7621161 Fax 02 76211641

HAMBURG Rugenbarg 65-67 22848 NORDERSTEDT Tel. 040 52876812 Fax 040 52876813

ROMA Via Panama, 52 00198 ROMA Tel. 06 85354792 Fax 06 8411790 iguzziniroma@iguzzini.it

MADRID Doctor Esquerdo, 150 28007 MADRID Tel. 914 345 970 Fax 915 017 947 info.mad@iguzzini.es

PARIS 10, boulevard de la Bastille 75012 PARIS Tel. 01 40528181 Fax 01 40528182

BARCELONA Calle Provença, 356, ppal. 1a 08037 BARCELONA Tel. 932 081 700 Fax 932 081 701 info.bcn@iguzzini.es

MÜNCHEN Bunsenstrasse 5 82152 PLANEGG Tel. 089 8569880 Fax 089 85698833 BERLIN Heinrich-Heine-Str. 62d 10179 Berlin Tel. 030 88 56 11 0 Fax 030 88 68 29 00

Representative Offices CHINA iGuzzini illuminazione Beijing Representative Office Suite I, 22nd Floor Oriental Kenzo 48 Dongzhi Men Wai, Dongcheng District BEIJING, 100027, P.R.C. Tel. 86 10 8447 6770 Fax 86 10 8447 6771 iguzzini@iguzzini.com.cn

LONDON Suite 309-312 Business Design Centre 52, Upper Street ISLINGTON LONDON N1 0QH Tel. 020 7288 6056 Fax 020 7288 6054 GLASGOW 4 Berkeley Street GLASGOW, Scotland G3 7DW Tel. 0141 229 1322 Fax 0141 248 5301

OSLO Brynsveien 5 0667 OSLO Tel. 23067850 Fax 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no ZÜRICH Uetlibergstrasse 194 8045 ZÜRICH Tel. 044 465 46 46 Fax 044 465 46 47 info@iguzzini.ch KØBENHAVN Kalvebod hus Bernstorffsgade 35 1577 KØBENHAVN V Tel. 33 17 95 95 Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk ANTWERPEN Residentie “Het Museum II” Museumstraat 11, BUS A B-2000 ANTWERPEN Tel. +32 (0)3 241 14 00 Fax +32 (0)3 248 66 48 info@iguzzini.be


International distributors AUSTRALIA E.C.C. Lighting LTD UNIT 8/39 Herbert Street St. Leonards, SYDNEY P.O. Box 128, St. Leonards N.S.W. 1590 Tel. +61 2 94606600 Fax +61 2 94606105 ecclighting@ecc.com.au AUSTRIA Trilux-Leuchten Gesmbh Carlbergergasse 68 1230 WIEN Tel. 01 8693538 Fax 01 869353822+33 wien@trilux.at BAHRAIN Al Bait P.O. Box 613 MANAMA Tel. 534354 - Fax 535422 albait@batelco.com.bh BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA Tim - Lighting Sistem d.o.o. Čemaluša br. 3 7100 - SARAJEVO Tel./Fax 00387 (33) 206 541/262 520 tim.ing@siol.it BRUNEI ESC GROUP SDN BHD No 7 Jalan, Jawatan Dalam Kg Mabohai Bandar Seri Begawan BA 1111 NEGARA BRUNEI DARUSSALAM Tel. +673 2 231231 Fax +673 2 232232 esc@brunet.bn BULGARIA Synthesis design 2,Totleben Blvd. 1606 SOFIA Tel./Fax ++ 359 2 953 29 43 Tel./Fax ++ 359 2 953 29 44 btrade@lighting-bg.com CANADA Sistemalux Inc. 5455 Rue De Gaspe MONTREAL (QUEBEC) H2T 3B3 Tel. 514 523 1339 Fax 514 525 6107 comments@sistemalux.com Sistemalux Toronto 46 Spadina Avenue TORONTO (ONTARIO) M5V 2H8 Tel. 416 408 3995 Fax 416 408 4269 comments@sistemalux.com CHILE Opendark S.A San Sebastian 2839 Las Condes SANTIAGO Tel. +56 23737100 Fax +56 23737150 info@opendark.cl COLUMBIA Paantec Ltda Cra. 14 n. 86a-87 BOGOTA Tel. 571 2188921/2187021/2182012 Fax 571 2186599 paantec1@empresario.com.co CROATIA Lumenart d.o.o. Veruda, 60/B HR-52100 PULA Hrvatska Tel. +385 52 535939 Fax +385 52 535949 lumenart@lumenart.net Radja Rasvjeta Boktuljin put b.b. 21000 SPLIT Tel. 00385 21457128 Fax 00385 21457129 radja-rasvjeta@st.htnet.hr

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KUWAIT Easa Husain Al-Yousifi Est. P.O. Box 126 - SAFAT 13002 Tel. 00965 4835055 Fax 00965 4841330 light@yousifi.com.kw LEBANON Projects and Supplies S.A.L. P.O. Box 175636 Mar Mikhael BEIRUT 11 04 20 60 Lebanon Tel. +961 1 442546 Fax +961 1 443255 mailbox@projectsandsupplies.com MALAYSIA Relex Electric (F.E.) Ptd Ltd 605A Macpherson Road #08-04 Citimac Industrial Complex SINGAPORE 368240 Tel. +65 62853633 Fax +65 62853107/62858271 info@relex.com.sg MALTA Apex Interiors Ltd Triq iz-Zaghfran ATTARD BZN 03 Tel. 21423835 - 21423836 Fax 21423837 apex@maltanet.net MEXICO Italli iluminacion Jose Maria Rico 57 Col. del Valle CP 03100 CIUDAD DE MEXICO, D.F. Tel. +52 (55) 5524-3660 Fax +52 (55) 5524-6203 info@italli.com Av. Lopez Mateos Nte. 666 Col. Ladron de Guevara CP 44600 GUADALAJARA, Jalisco. Tel. +52 (33) 3630-6030 Fax +52 (33) 3630-2825 info@italli.com NEW ZELAND E.C.C. Lighting LTD. 39 Nugent Street, Grafton P.O. Box 391 - AUCKLAND 1 Tel. +64 9 3799680 Fax +64 9 3735614 contracts@ecc.co.nz OMAN Zubair Electric LLC P.O. Box 2634, CPO, SEEB Postal Code 111 Sultanate of Oman Tel. +968 594621 Fax +968 594627/594622 zelectrc@omantel.net.om POLAND Mardel ul. Wieniawskiego 23 71-130 SZCZECIN Tel. +48 91 4860900 / +48 91 4862600 Fax +48 91 4878800 mardel@mardel.pl ul. Rakowiecka 34 02-532 WARSZAWA Tel. +48 22 8567408 Fax +48 22 8567409 PORTUGAL Osvaldo Matos, LDA Rua Santa Barbara, 27/45 Coimbroes - 4400-289 V.N. GAIA Tel. 22 3710419 - Fax 22 3702044 geral@osvaldomatos.pt projectos@osvaldomatos.pt QATAR Projects and Supplies (PVT.) Ltd. P.O. Box 8932 - DOHA Qatar Tel. +974 4664203 - 4665599 Fax +974 4667104 psdoha@qatar.net.qa ROMANIA Interiors Data Trade Plata Pache Protopopescu Nr I/II Sector 2, BUCAREST Tel/Fax: 0040 21 210 2786 idt@digi.ro

SAUDI ARABIA Alfadda Group for trading and contracting P.O. BOX 2447 RIYADH - 11451 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Tel. 00 966 14612333 Fax 00 966 14611822 alfadda@alfadda.net SERBIA Modern Studio Lighting Dobanovacka 46 11080 ZEMUN-BELGRADE Tel 381 11 3160 864 Fax 381 11 3160 140 mslighting@sezampro.yu SINGAPORE Relex Electric (F.E.) Ptd Ltd 605A Macpherson Road #08-04 Citimac Industrial Complex SINGAPORE 368240 Tel. +65 62853633 Fax +65 62853107/62858271 info@relex.com.sg SLOVAKIA Bellatrix, s.r.o. Popradska 80 P.O.BOX 33 040 11 KOŠICE SLOVAK REPUBLIC Tel. +421 55 632 5315 Fax +421 55 632 5292 bellatrix@bellatrix.sk Bellatrix, s.r.o. Mileticˇova 7 821 08 BRATISLAVA Tel. Fax +421 2 5542 2969 SLOVENIA Arel d.o.o. Zavavska cesta 108 1231 LJUBLJANA Tel. 386(0) 15629160 Fax 386(0)15629162 info@arel.si SOUTH AFRICA Spazio Lighting 52 Andries Street Wynberg / Sandton JOHANNESBURG Tel. 011 8870217 Fax 011 8870205 info@spazio.co.za P.O. Box 602 BRAMLEY 2018 SWEDEN Vinga Ljus AB Hulda Mellgrens Gata 2 42132 VÄSTRA FRÖLUNDA Tel. 031-869890 - Fax 031-277098 kundservice@vingaljus.se THAILAND Forma Lighting (Thailand) Ltd. Panunee Building, 9th floor, 518/3 Ploenchit Road BANGKOK 10330 Tel. 02 652 0843 - Fax 02 652 0844 Teck Huat Electric Ltd. Part. 873-873/1-2 Sukhumvit Road Khet Wathana BANGKOK 10110 Tel. 02 2580563-6 - Fax 02 2587781 TAIWAN Yardy Light Co., Ltd. 2nd fl., no.7 Hopin East RD., sec.3, TAIPEI Taiwan, R.O.C. Tel. (886) 22 7016733 Fax (886) 22 7027284 TURKEY Tepta Aydinlatma A.S. Agahamam Cad. Aga Han No.17 80060 Cihangir - ISTANBUL Tel 0212 2527212 - Fax 0212 2527214 ithalat@tepta.com UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Projects and Supplies (L.L.C.) P.O. Box 11191 - DUBAI U.A.E. Tel. +971 4 2823456 - Fax +971 4 2823221 prosupd@emirates.net.ae Projects and Supplies (PVT.) Ltd. P.O. Box 3875 - ABU DHABI U.A.E. Tel. +971 2 6721867 - Fax +971 2 6723245 prosupad@emirates.net.ae


Customers Ascoli - Italia: Piazza del Popolo

Knokke - Belgio: Viabilità urbana

Parigi - Francia: Stazione di Vellejuif

Atene - Grecia: Aereoporto Eleftherios Venizelos

Kowloon - Hong Kong: Tsim Sha Tsui Area

Parigi - Francia: Villa Royale

Augusta - Germania: Stazioni tramviarie

Kutna Hora - Repubblica Ceca: Cattedrale di Santa Barbara

Parma - Italia: Ponte Alcide De Gasperi

Avana - Cuba: Catedral de L'Avana

Locarmo - Svizzara: Centro di Locarmo

Praga - Repubblica Ceca: Kampa Museum

Avana - Cuba: Centro Asturiano

Lodi - Italia: Piazza San Francesco

Rejkiavck - Islanda: Sede della Decode

Avana - Cuba: Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Luxor - Egitto: Tempio di Luxor

Roma - Italia: Il Parco della Musica

Barcellona - Spagna: Palazzo Presidenziale della Catalogna

Madrid - Spagna: Palazzo del Governo

Roma - Italia: Ponte Vittorio Emanuele

Berna - Svizzera: Zentrum Paul Klee

Malaga - Spagna: Plaza Costituciòn

S. Giovanni Rotondo - Italia: Santuario di San Pio da Pietrelcina

Brisbane - Australia: Aeroporto di Brisbane

Manchester - Gran Bretagna: Greenquarter

San Pietroburgo - Russia: La Cattedrale Della Resurrezione

Cagliari - Italia: Aereoporto di Elmas

Melbourne - Australia: Melbourne Arts Centre

San Pietroburgo - Russia: La Prospettiva Nevskij

Cairo - Egitto: Moschea Sultain Hassan & Rifai

Mery Sur Oise - Francia: Chateaux De Mery

Siena - Italia: Illuminazione del Centro di Siena

Catania - Italia: Via dei Crociferi

Milano - Italia: Galleria Vittorio Emanuele

Spis - Slovacchia: Il Castello di Spis

Catanzaro - Italia: Viadotto Fausto Bisantis

Milano - Italia: Nuovo Polo Fieristico

Valencia - Spagna: Mercato di Cristoforo Colombo

Chiasso - Svizzera: Barriera antirumore di Brogeda

Monaco - Germania Daimler Chrysler AG Mercedes Benz Center

Valencia - Spagna: Parotet Bancaja

Copenahagen - Danimarca: Museo Ordrupgaard Dubai - Emirati Arabi: Hotel Grand Hyatt Foligno - Italia: Centro storico di Foligno Francoforte - Germania: Facciata della Stazione di Francoforte Jyväskyä Bridge - Finlandia: Ponte

Napoli - Italia: La Piazzetta di Capri Olomouc - Repubblica Ceca: Duomo di Olomouc Padova - Italia: Memoriale per il World Trade Center Palma De Maiorca - Spagna: Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Es Baluard

Venezia - Italia: Campanile di San Marco Vigo - Spagna: Piazza do Rei Torino - Italia: Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli Twckenham - Gran Bretagna: Heat Road

Graphic design Studio Conti Still-Life Photographs Giuseppe Saluzzi Foto in 3ª of cover Giuseppe Saluzzi Foto Still-Life Giuseppe Saluzzi Photolithograph Cromolux Printing Tecnostampa Recanati - Italy - 6/2006


iGuzzini The History and Company Philosophy

The quality of the urban space lighting elements presented here is undoubtedly synonymous with beauty, which is a direct result of the care and attention to detail implemented during the design process, a feature on which the iGuzzini company philosophy has always been based. Less evident is the fact that behind this visual quality lies a real financial advantage in terms of the amount of energy saved by using an optic which also preserves the environment, respects the health of citizens and offers increased safety for the entire urban community. Correct optic design is, in fact, the main reason for the financial and energyrelated savings achieved: an optimal luminous flux emission can be obtained, which means the number of fixtures used can be limited to only those which are absolutely necessary. As a result the distance between fixtures is increased, thereby overcoming the more serious effects of environmental light pollution and the harm caused to individuals by intrusive light entering their homes. This lighting quality is also a guarantee against glare, which is always the cause of inconvenience in pedestrian areas and can become an actual hazard on roads or in areas with heavy traffic. Safety during maintenance procedures and in the management of the systems is assured through various awards, in the form of approvals from third parties such as the prestigious ENEC organisation. The usual wide range of options offered and the extreme flexibility of these options have enabled real product customisation based on even the most unusual requirements and features. Each product becomes a rare and precious tool in the hands of the designer as he prepares to design a lighting plan for any urban landscape, modern or ancient, in any geographical conditions or climate.

We have worked in and for “light” since 1958. This was the year when the Harvey Creazioni, a small company that produced lamps and chandeliers, was founded. Today we are the premiere Italian manufacturer in the “Lighting” market, and we rank among the top European manufacturers. We want be the creators of good lighting: light that shines in a room, a house, a building, a museum, a cathedral, a company, a plaza, an airport, and, yes . . . even an entire city. Good lighting has to be created with the awareness that it has to integrate with its environment, taking care not to invade it, darken it, or violate it. Light must be respected, and light has to, in turn, respect the nature of people and things. The iGuzzini mission is therefore to study light, to know light and to make it known; improving the integration with architecture through industrial design. Because of this, a large part of what we do is to offer consultation on lighting techniques, both in the design phase and as an after-sales service.

Architectural and Urban Areas Architectural and Urban Areas

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62019 Recanati, Italy via Mariano Guzzini, 37 PO Box 56.75.103 telefono (+39) 071.75881 telefax (+39) 071.7588295 iguzzini@iguzzini.it www.iguzzini.com video: (+39) 071.7588453

On the cover: Bridge Vittorio Emanuele, Rome Italy

iGuzzini - Architectural and Urban areas  

Katalóg osvetlenia Architektonických a urbanistických priestorov od iGuzzini. Catalogue of iGuzzini Architectural and urban areas.