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iGuzzini T h e H i s t o ry a n d C o m p a ny P h i l o s o p hy

We aren’t satisfied by simply making good lights. 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.

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

We have worked in and for “light” since 1958. This was the year when the Harvey Creazioni, a small company that produced lamps for the home, was founded. Today we are the leading Italian manufacturer in the “Lighting” market, and we rank among the top European manufacturers.

Art enriches the soul and promotes Culture. The many places where art is protagonist have traditionally been at the centre of iGuzzini's attention, as proved by the collection of projects illustrated in this catalogue. Museums and exhibitions areas operate to favour artistic and cultural development. Both permanent and temporary exhibitions collect and preserve artworks that are exhibited to the public to communicate their history and meaning. In this approach, light plays a fundamental role: it allows for best enjoyment, exalts the expressive potential of artworks and exhibition settings, valorises and protects the exhibits while respecting their original spirit and ensuring their preservation. Hermitage State Museum - Saint Petersburg, Russia

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

iGuzzini illuminazione spa

9.5518.000.0

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: Rome - Italy: Galleria Borghese - Photo: Patrizia Savarese


iGuzzini T h e H i s t o ry a n d C o m p a ny P h i l o s o p hy

We aren’t satisfied by simply making good lights. 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.

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

We have worked in and for “light” since 1958. This was the year when the Harvey Creazioni, a small company that produced lamps for the home, was founded. Today we are the leading Italian manufacturer in the “Lighting” market, and we rank among the top European manufacturers.

Art enriches the soul and promotes Culture. The many places where art is protagonist have traditionally been at the centre of iGuzzini's attention, as proved by the collection of projects illustrated in this catalogue. Museums and exhibitions areas operate to favour artistic and cultural development. Both permanent and temporary exhibitions collect and preserve artworks that are exhibited to the public to communicate their history and meaning. In this approach, light plays a fundamental role: it allows for best enjoyment, exalts the expressive potential of artworks and exhibition settings, valorises and protects the exhibits while respecting their original spirit and ensuring their preservation. Hermitage State Museum - Saint Petersburg, Russia

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

iGuzzini illuminazione spa

9.5518.000.0

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: Rome - Italy: Galleria Borghese - Photo: Patrizia Savarese


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.

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 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

Not protected

0

Not protected

IK00

Not protected

1

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 50 mm

1

Protected against the vertical fall of water drops

IK01

Protected against 0,15 J shocks

2

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 12mm.

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

IK02

2

Protected against 0,2 J shocks

3

4

5 6

Protected against penetration of solids than 2.5 mm. Protected against the penetration of solids larger than 1 mm. Protected against the penetration of dust. Completely protected against penetration of dust.

International distributors

Subsidiaries

Classification of fittings

3

Protected against rain

4

Protected against splashes

5

Protected against jets of water

IK03

Protected against 0,35 J shocks

IK04

Protected against 0,5 J shocks

IK05

Protected against 0,7 J shocks

6

Protected against waves

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

8

…m

IK08

Protected against 5 J shocks

IK09

Protected against 10 J shocks

IK10

Protected against 20 J shocks

Internal lighting systems The internal catalogue presents indoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management systems, Biodynamic light systems, RGB systems, Mains voltage spotlights and tracks, DALI spotlights and tracks, Low voltage spotlights and tracks, Modular sectional systems, Systems and professional fluorescent pendant, 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, Ceiling-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-mounted luminaires, Professional wall-mounted luminaires, Ambient lighting wall-mounted luminaires, Emergency lighting luminaires, Wall/floor recessed luminaires, Table lamps, Floor lamps, Feature lighting.

BENELUX Belgio e Lussemburgo 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 The Netherlands iGuzzini illuminazione Benelux Bvba/Sprl Plesmanstraat 59 3905 KZ Veenendaal Tel. +31 317 497 865 Fax +31 317 497 866 info@iguzzini.nl

FINLAND iGuzzini Finland & Baltic Lemuntie 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. +358 207 289 840 Fax +358 9 802 4566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi FRANCE iGuzzini illuminazione France S.A. 10, boulevard de la Bastille 75012 PARIS Tel. 01 40 52 81 81 Fax 01 40 52 81 82 iguzzini@iguzzini.fr

CHINA iGuzzini Lighting (China) Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park SHANGHAI 201401 Tel. +86 021 6341 1199 Fax +86 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

GERMANY iGuzzini illuminazione Deutschland GmbH - Zentrale Bunsenstrasse 5 82152 PLANEGG Tel. 089 8569880 Fax 089 85698833 info@iguzzini.de

DENMARK iGuzzini illuminazione Danmark Filial af iGuzzini illuminazione Spa, Italien Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 KØBENHAVN K Tel. 33 17 95 95 - Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk

HONG KONG-MACAO-TAIWAN iGuzzini Hong Kong Limited Suite 401, Lincoln House, Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road Quarry Bay, HONG KONG Tel. 852 2516 6504 Fax 852 2856 2981 iguzzini@iguzzini.com.hk

NORTH AMERICA iGuzzini Lighting North America 5455 Rue De Gaspe MONTREAL (QUEBEC) H2T 3B3 Tel. 514 523 1339 - Fax 514 525 6107 46 Spadina Avenue TORONTO (ONTARIO) M5V 2H8 Tel. 416 408 3995 - Fax 416 408 4269 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA NORWAY iGuzzini illuminazione Norge A.S. Brynsveien 5 0667 OSLO Tel. 23067850 - Fax 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no RUSSIA iGuzzini Illuminazione Russia OOO KHIMKI Business Park 8th district, Khimki Leningradskoe shosse Moscow region, 141400 Russia Tel. +7 495 9679496 - Fax +7 495 967 9498 SINGAPORE iGuzzini South East Asia 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre SINGAPORE 609927 Tel. +65 65677910 - Fax +65 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg

External lighting systems The External catalogue presents outdoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management 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, Light flow regulation device for pole-mounted systems, Pendant luminaires, Professional fittings with dynamic colour changes, Floodlights, Wall/ceiling-mounting fittings, Ceiling-mounted fittings, Recessed fittings for driveways, Recessed fittings for pedestrian areas, Wall-washer luminaires, Specific lighting effect luminaires, Systems for residential areas, Pathway fittings for residential/ public areas, In-ground spike luminaires, Wall-mounted luminaires, Recessed fittings.

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

HAMBURG Rugenbarg 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 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

Approvals

03

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.

ARGENTINA Proyecto illuminación Esmeralda 718, piso 6 - of. E Buenos Aires - 1007 Tel./Fax +54 11 5237 2205 cell. 15 5451 8292 info@iguzzini.com.ar proyectos@iguzzini.com.ar

SWEDEN iGuzzini Illuminazione Sweden Filial of iGuzzini Illuminazione S.p.A., Italy box 22 312, 10422, Kungsgatan 71, 112 27, Stockholm, Sweden iguzzini@iguzzini.it

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

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 Astolat Way Astolat Business Park Off Old Portsmouth Road GUILDFORD SURREY GU3 1NE Tel. 01483 468 000 Fax 01483 468 001 info@iguzzini.co.uk

Partner assistance

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

NEW YORK 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA 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

LONDON Suite 309-312 Business Design Centre 52, Upper Street ISLINGTON LONDON N1 0QH Tel. 020 7288 6056 Fax 020 7288 6054

KØBENHAVN Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 KØBENHAVN K Tel. 33 17 95 95 Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk

GLASGOW 4 Berkeley Street GLASGOW, Scotland G3 7DW Tel. 0141 229 1322 Fax 0141 248 5301

HELSINKI Lemuntie 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. +358 207 289 840 Fax +358 9 802 4566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi

CHINA iGuzzini illuminazione Beijing 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

DUBAI iGuzzini Middle East Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA) Bldg. No. 6 East, Office No. 835 - Block B DUBAI United Arab Emirates Tel. +971 4 7017825 Fax +971 4 7017830 iguzzini.me@iguzzini.ae

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 SINGAPORE 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre SINGAPORE 609927 Tel. +65 65677910 Fax +65 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg SHANGHAI iGuzzini Lighting Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park SHANGHAI 201401 Tel. +86 021 6341 1199 Fax +86 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

AUSTRIA Trilux Leuchten GmbH Carlbergergasse 68 1230 WIEN Tel. 01 8693538 - Fax 01 8693538 33 wien@trilux.at AZERBAIJAN A+A Group of Companies 24B, Akhmedbey Agaouglu AZ1008, Baku, Azerbaijan Tel./Fax +(994 12) 4960026 - +(994 12) 4473688 admin@aainter.com BAHAMAS (see Panama) BAHRAIN Al Bait 81, Old Palace Avenue, Hoora P. O. Box 613 Manama - Kingdom of Bahrain Tel. 00973 17534354 - Fax 00973 17535422 albait@batelco.com.bh

RUSSIAN FEDERATION iGuzzini illuminazione St. Petersburg Sofiskaya Street 14 RU-192236 St. Petersburg Tel. +7 812 326 6565 Fax +7 812 326 6562

LITUANIA Korgas UAB P. Lukšio g. 19 LT-09132 Vilnius, Lithuania Tel. +370 5 274 1500 Fax +370 5 274 1501 info@korgas.lt

GEORDAN World of Lights Imthari Al-N’aimat St. - Khalda P.O.Box 3897 Amman 11821 Jordan Tel. 00962 6 55 46 107 Fax 00962 6 55 46 105 info@worldoflights.net

MALTA Apex Interiors Ltd Triq iz-Zaghfran Attard, Malta. ATD 9013 Tel. 00356 21423835 - 00356 21423836 Fax 00356 21423837 info@ail.com.mt

GREECE Diathlasis S.A. Athens Office - Headquarters 4 Kifisias Av., 15125 Marousi Tel. +30 211 2002500 Fax +30 211 2002599 info@diathlasis.gr Branch Office 8 Papakiritsi st. & Andrianoupoleos (4th floor), 55133 Thessaloniki Tel. +30 2310 416021 Fax +30 2310 416031 brastianou@diathlasis.gr

MOROCCO Industrie Light - Luisance 242, Boulevard ZERKTOUNI Casablanca Tel. +212 22 47 13 10 / 22 47 06 54 Fax +212 22 47 02 13 luisance@menara.ma

HUNGARY K-liGht Világítástechnikai Kft 1119 BUDAPEST Andor u. 47-49. Tel. 01 463 5023 - Fax 01 463 5025 klight@klight.hu

CAYMAN (see Panama) CHILE Opendark S.A San Sebastian 2839 Las Condes SANTIAGO Tel. +56 23737100 - Fax +56 23737150 info@opendark.cl

ISLANDA GH Heildverslun ehf. Gardatorgi 7 - 210 GARDABAER - Iceland Tel. +354 5656560 Fax +354 5656160 gh@gh.is

CROATIA Lumenart - Iluminancija d.o.o. Veruda, 60/B 52100 PULA Croatia Tel. +385 52 535 939 - Fax +385 52 535 949 lumenart@lumenart.net

JAPAN Yamagiwa Corporation 1-5-10 Sotokanda Chiyoda-Ku, TOKYO 101-0021 Japan. Tel. +81 3 3253 5111 Fax +81 3 3253 5387 press@yamagiwa.co.jp

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA Tim - Lighting Sistem d.o.o. Čemaluša br. 3 71000 - SARAJEVO Tel./Fax 00387 (33) 206 541/262 520 tim.l.s@bih.net.ba 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

CUBA (see Panama) CZECH REPUBLIC Etna s.r.o. Meˇcislavova,2 PRAHA 4, 140 00 Tel. +420 257320595/257320597 Fax +420 257310604 etna@etna.cz EGYPT Arab Industrial and International Trading Co. (Zaki El Sewedy Group) 12 Gameat El Dowal Al Arabia st, Mohandseen, Giza, Egypt Tel. +202 33443762 - 33455806 - 33048880 Fax +202 33443762 - 33443763 ap.c@elsewedy.net

UNI EN ISO 9001 UNI EN ISO 14001

ESTONIA Moodne Valgustus Rävala pst. 7 TALLINN 10143 Estonia Tel. 667 6670 moodne@valgustus.ee

INDIA L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. 105, Allied House, 1, Local Shopping Centre, Madangir, New Delhi - 110062 Tel. +91-11-41649021, 26057237 Fax +91-11-41649020, 29963698 lsiindia@vsnl.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. Unit No. 416, 4th fl., Durian Estate Goregaon - Mulund Link Road Goregaon (E) Mumbai 400 063 Tel. +91-22-40037356 Fax +91-22-40037355 lsimumbai@lsiindia.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. No.408, 4th Floor, House of Lords, 15-16, St. Marks, Road, Bangalore - 560001 Tel. +91-80-41306392 Fax +91-11-41306391 lsibangalore@lsiindia.com

SEM 1986 d.d. Boktuljin put b.b. 21000 SPLIT Tel. +385 21 352 444 - 21 352 567 Fax +385 21 367 077 sem@sem.hr

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

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

KUWAIT Easa Husain Al-Yousifi & Sons Co. General Trading & Contracting WLL 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 LETTONIA Gaismas Stils SIA 12 Maskavas Street, Riga, Latvia, LV1050 Office +371 67276760 Mob. +371 29269967 Fax +371 67369698 info@gaismasstils.lv

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. (00968) 24594621 Fax (00968) 24594622 - 24594627 lighting.projects@zubairelectric.com PANAMA Everblue Trading Inc. Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle 53 Mezzanine Edificio Omega Adpo 0816-00744 Panama City - Panama Tel. (507) 263 5333 / 301 6600 Fax. (507) 264 0181 / 301 6607 everblueinc@hotmail.com PERÙ Trazzo Iluminacion S.A.C. Libertadores 274 San Isidro Lima Peru Tel. +511 615 9900 - Fax +511 615 9920 ventas@trazzoiluminacion.com 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 4355550 - 4423262 Fax +974 4365642 psdoha@qatar.net.qa ROMANIA Interiors Data Trade srl Showroom: Sphera Building Center Piata Pache protopopescu nr.1/11 Bucuresti 021401 Tel. +4021 319 08 45 - Fax +4021 319 07 67 marketing@idt.ro - office@idt.ro SAUDI ARABIA Al Fadda Group for Trading and Contracting 818 King Fahad Street,North way 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 Ratarski put 39b, 11080 Belgrade, Serbia tel. (+381)11 316-6275-11316-7574-11316-8846 fax +381 11 3166-356 office@modernstudiolighting.com 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. Košická 39-41 821 08 BRATISLAVA Tel./Fax +421 2 5542 2969 bratislava@bellatrix.sk Bellatrix, s.r.o. ul. Janka Krála 7 974 01 BANSKÁ BYSTRICA Tel. +421 903 505 473 SLOVENIA Arcadia Lightwear Trzaska Cesta 222 SI-1000 Ljubljana Tel. +386 (0) 1 256 21 74 Fax +386 (0) 1 423 50 25 info@arcadia-svetila.si SOUTH AFRICA Spazio Lighting (Pty) Limited 52 Andries Street North Wynberg/Sandton. 2021 P.O. Box 652324 Benmore 2010 SOUTH AFRICA Tel. 011 555 5555 Fax 011 555 5544 SOUTH KOREA MIRAEBOIM Co., Ltd. Address: #301, Daeyoung B/D, 656-385, Seonsu-1ga, 2 dong, Seondong-gu, Seoul Korea, 133-823 Tel. +82 2 464 1393 Fax +82 2 464 1394 mirae@miraeboim.com THAILAND LIVE LIGHTING CO., Ltd. 219/55 Asoke Towers,16th floor Sukhumvit 21, Klongtoey Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel. +662-259 5151 Fax +662-259 5100 Mob. +6681-808-2623 niraporn@livelighting.net TUNISIA KBR 147 Av de la liberte. 1002 Tunis. TUNISIE. Tel. + 216 71 802 446 Fax +216 71 802 856 Mob. + 216 97 348 700 kbr@kbr-net.com TURKEY Tepta Aydinlatma A.S. Agahamam Cad. Aga Han No.1 34425 Cihangir - ISTANBUL Tel 0212 2527212 Fax 0212 2527214 ithalat@tepta.com UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Projects & Supplies (L.L.C) P.O.Box 11191 Dubai, U.A.E. Tel. +971-4-2898828 Fax +971-4-2898829 mailbox@projectsandsupplies.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


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.

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 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

Not protected

0

Not protected

IK00

Not protected

1

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 50 mm

1

Protected against the vertical fall of water drops

IK01

Protected against 0,15 J shocks

2

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 12mm.

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

IK02

2

Protected against 0,2 J shocks

3

4

5 6

Protected against penetration of solids than 2.5 mm. Protected against the penetration of solids larger than 1 mm. Protected against the penetration of dust. Completely protected against penetration of dust.

International distributors

Subsidiaries

Classification of fittings

3

Protected against rain

4

Protected against splashes

5

Protected against jets of water

IK03

Protected against 0,35 J shocks

IK04

Protected against 0,5 J shocks

IK05

Protected against 0,7 J shocks

6

Protected against waves

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

8

…m

IK08

Protected against 5 J shocks

IK09

Protected against 10 J shocks

IK10

Protected against 20 J shocks

Internal lighting systems The internal catalogue presents indoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management systems, Biodynamic light systems, RGB systems, Mains voltage spotlights and tracks, DALI spotlights and tracks, Low voltage spotlights and tracks, Modular sectional systems, Systems and professional fluorescent pendant, 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, Ceiling-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-mounted luminaires, Professional wall-mounted luminaires, Ambient lighting wall-mounted luminaires, Emergency lighting luminaires, Wall/floor recessed luminaires, Table lamps, Floor lamps, Feature lighting.

BENELUX Belgio e Lussemburgo 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 The Netherlands iGuzzini illuminazione Benelux Bvba/Sprl Plesmanstraat 59 3905 KZ Veenendaal Tel. +31 317 497 865 Fax +31 317 497 866 info@iguzzini.nl

FINLAND iGuzzini Finland & Baltic Lemuntie 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. +358 207 289 840 Fax +358 9 802 4566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi FRANCE iGuzzini illuminazione France S.A. 10, boulevard de la Bastille 75012 PARIS Tel. 01 40 52 81 81 Fax 01 40 52 81 82 iguzzini@iguzzini.fr

CHINA iGuzzini Lighting (China) Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park SHANGHAI 201401 Tel. +86 021 6341 1199 Fax +86 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

GERMANY iGuzzini illuminazione Deutschland GmbH - Zentrale Bunsenstrasse 5 82152 PLANEGG Tel. 089 8569880 Fax 089 85698833 info@iguzzini.de

DENMARK iGuzzini illuminazione Danmark Filial af iGuzzini illuminazione Spa, Italien Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 KØBENHAVN K Tel. 33 17 95 95 - Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk

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NORTH AMERICA iGuzzini Lighting North America 5455 Rue De Gaspe MONTREAL (QUEBEC) H2T 3B3 Tel. 514 523 1339 - Fax 514 525 6107 46 Spadina Avenue TORONTO (ONTARIO) M5V 2H8 Tel. 416 408 3995 - Fax 416 408 4269 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA NORWAY iGuzzini illuminazione Norge A.S. Brynsveien 5 0667 OSLO Tel. 23067850 - Fax 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no RUSSIA iGuzzini Illuminazione Russia OOO KHIMKI Business Park 8th district, Khimki Leningradskoe shosse Moscow region, 141400 Russia Tel. +7 495 9679496 - Fax +7 495 967 9498 SINGAPORE iGuzzini South East Asia 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre SINGAPORE 609927 Tel. +65 65677910 - Fax +65 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg

External lighting systems The External catalogue presents outdoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management 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, Light flow regulation device for pole-mounted systems, Pendant luminaires, Professional fittings with dynamic colour changes, Floodlights, Wall/ceiling-mounting fittings, Ceiling-mounted fittings, Recessed fittings for driveways, Recessed fittings for pedestrian areas, Wall-washer luminaires, Specific lighting effect luminaires, Systems for residential areas, Pathway fittings for residential/ public areas, In-ground spike luminaires, Wall-mounted luminaires, Recessed fittings.

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

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

ARGENTINA Proyecto illuminación Esmeralda 718, piso 6 - of. E Buenos Aires - 1007 Tel./Fax +54 11 5237 2205 cell. 15 5451 8292 info@iguzzini.com.ar proyectos@iguzzini.com.ar

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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

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Partner assistance

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AUSTRIA Trilux Leuchten GmbH Carlbergergasse 68 1230 WIEN Tel. 01 8693538 - Fax 01 8693538 33 wien@trilux.at AZERBAIJAN A+A Group of Companies 24B, Akhmedbey Agaouglu AZ1008, Baku, Azerbaijan Tel./Fax +(994 12) 4960026 - +(994 12) 4473688 admin@aainter.com BAHAMAS (see Panama) BAHRAIN Al Bait 81, Old Palace Avenue, Hoora P. O. Box 613 Manama - Kingdom of Bahrain Tel. 00973 17534354 - Fax 00973 17535422 albait@batelco.com.bh

RUSSIAN FEDERATION iGuzzini illuminazione St. Petersburg Sofiskaya Street 14 RU-192236 St. Petersburg Tel. +7 812 326 6565 Fax +7 812 326 6562

LITUANIA Korgas UAB P. Lukšio g. 19 LT-09132 Vilnius, Lithuania Tel. +370 5 274 1500 Fax +370 5 274 1501 info@korgas.lt

GEORDAN World of Lights Imthari Al-N’aimat St. - Khalda P.O.Box 3897 Amman 11821 Jordan Tel. 00962 6 55 46 107 Fax 00962 6 55 46 105 info@worldoflights.net

MALTA Apex Interiors Ltd Triq iz-Zaghfran Attard, Malta. ATD 9013 Tel. 00356 21423835 - 00356 21423836 Fax 00356 21423837 info@ail.com.mt

GREECE Diathlasis S.A. Athens Office - Headquarters 4 Kifisias Av., 15125 Marousi Tel. +30 211 2002500 Fax +30 211 2002599 info@diathlasis.gr Branch Office 8 Papakiritsi st. & Andrianoupoleos (4th floor), 55133 Thessaloniki Tel. +30 2310 416021 Fax +30 2310 416031 brastianou@diathlasis.gr

MOROCCO Industrie Light - Luisance 242, Boulevard ZERKTOUNI Casablanca Tel. +212 22 47 13 10 / 22 47 06 54 Fax +212 22 47 02 13 luisance@menara.ma

HUNGARY K-liGht Világítástechnikai Kft 1119 BUDAPEST Andor u. 47-49. Tel. 01 463 5023 - Fax 01 463 5025 klight@klight.hu

CAYMAN (see Panama) CHILE Opendark S.A San Sebastian 2839 Las Condes SANTIAGO Tel. +56 23737100 - Fax +56 23737150 info@opendark.cl

ISLANDA GH Heildverslun ehf. Gardatorgi 7 - 210 GARDABAER - Iceland Tel. +354 5656560 Fax +354 5656160 gh@gh.is

CROATIA Lumenart - Iluminancija d.o.o. Veruda, 60/B 52100 PULA Croatia Tel. +385 52 535 939 - Fax +385 52 535 949 lumenart@lumenart.net

JAPAN Yamagiwa Corporation 1-5-10 Sotokanda Chiyoda-Ku, TOKYO 101-0021 Japan. Tel. +81 3 3253 5111 Fax +81 3 3253 5387 press@yamagiwa.co.jp

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA Tim - Lighting Sistem d.o.o. Čemaluša br. 3 71000 - SARAJEVO Tel./Fax 00387 (33) 206 541/262 520 tim.l.s@bih.net.ba 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

CUBA (see Panama) CZECH REPUBLIC Etna s.r.o. Meˇcislavova,2 PRAHA 4, 140 00 Tel. +420 257320595/257320597 Fax +420 257310604 etna@etna.cz EGYPT Arab Industrial and International Trading Co. (Zaki El Sewedy Group) 12 Gameat El Dowal Al Arabia st, Mohandseen, Giza, Egypt Tel. +202 33443762 - 33455806 - 33048880 Fax +202 33443762 - 33443763 ap.c@elsewedy.net

UNI EN ISO 9001 UNI EN ISO 14001

ESTONIA Moodne Valgustus Rävala pst. 7 TALLINN 10143 Estonia Tel. 667 6670 moodne@valgustus.ee

INDIA L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. 105, Allied House, 1, Local Shopping Centre, Madangir, New Delhi - 110062 Tel. +91-11-41649021, 26057237 Fax +91-11-41649020, 29963698 lsiindia@vsnl.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. Unit No. 416, 4th fl., Durian Estate Goregaon - Mulund Link Road Goregaon (E) Mumbai 400 063 Tel. +91-22-40037356 Fax +91-22-40037355 lsimumbai@lsiindia.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. No.408, 4th Floor, House of Lords, 15-16, St. Marks, Road, Bangalore - 560001 Tel. +91-80-41306392 Fax +91-11-41306391 lsibangalore@lsiindia.com

SEM 1986 d.d. Boktuljin put b.b. 21000 SPLIT Tel. +385 21 352 444 - 21 352 567 Fax +385 21 367 077 sem@sem.hr

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

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

KUWAIT Easa Husain Al-Yousifi & Sons Co. General Trading & Contracting WLL 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 LETTONIA Gaismas Stils SIA 12 Maskavas Street, Riga, Latvia, LV1050 Office +371 67276760 Mob. +371 29269967 Fax +371 67369698 info@gaismasstils.lv

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. (00968) 24594621 Fax (00968) 24594622 - 24594627 lighting.projects@zubairelectric.com PANAMA Everblue Trading Inc. Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle 53 Mezzanine Edificio Omega Adpo 0816-00744 Panama City - Panama Tel. (507) 263 5333 / 301 6600 Fax. (507) 264 0181 / 301 6607 everblueinc@hotmail.com PERÙ Trazzo Iluminacion S.A.C. Libertadores 274 San Isidro Lima Peru Tel. +511 615 9900 - Fax +511 615 9920 ventas@trazzoiluminacion.com 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 4355550 - 4423262 Fax +974 4365642 psdoha@qatar.net.qa ROMANIA Interiors Data Trade srl Showroom: Sphera Building Center Piata Pache protopopescu nr.1/11 Bucuresti 021401 Tel. +4021 319 08 45 - Fax +4021 319 07 67 marketing@idt.ro - office@idt.ro SAUDI ARABIA Al Fadda Group for Trading and Contracting 818 King Fahad Street,North way 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 Ratarski put 39b, 11080 Belgrade, Serbia tel. (+381)11 316-6275-11316-7574-11316-8846 fax +381 11 3166-356 office@modernstudiolighting.com 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. Košická 39-41 821 08 BRATISLAVA Tel./Fax +421 2 5542 2969 bratislava@bellatrix.sk Bellatrix, s.r.o. ul. Janka Krála 7 974 01 BANSKÁ BYSTRICA Tel. +421 903 505 473 SLOVENIA Arcadia Lightwear Trzaska Cesta 222 SI-1000 Ljubljana Tel. +386 (0) 1 256 21 74 Fax +386 (0) 1 423 50 25 info@arcadia-svetila.si SOUTH AFRICA Spazio Lighting (Pty) Limited 52 Andries Street North Wynberg/Sandton. 2021 P.O. Box 652324 Benmore 2010 SOUTH AFRICA Tel. 011 555 5555 Fax 011 555 5544 SOUTH KOREA MIRAEBOIM Co., Ltd. Address: #301, Daeyoung B/D, 656-385, Seonsu-1ga, 2 dong, Seondong-gu, Seoul Korea, 133-823 Tel. +82 2 464 1393 Fax +82 2 464 1394 mirae@miraeboim.com THAILAND LIVE LIGHTING CO., Ltd. 219/55 Asoke Towers,16th floor Sukhumvit 21, Klongtoey Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel. +662-259 5151 Fax +662-259 5100 Mob. +6681-808-2623 niraporn@livelighting.net TUNISIA KBR 147 Av de la liberte. 1002 Tunis. TUNISIE. Tel. + 216 71 802 446 Fax +216 71 802 856 Mob. + 216 97 348 700 kbr@kbr-net.com TURKEY Tepta Aydinlatma A.S. Agahamam Cad. Aga Han No.1 34425 Cihangir - ISTANBUL Tel 0212 2527212 Fax 0212 2527214 ithalat@tepta.com UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Projects & Supplies (L.L.C) P.O.Box 11191 Dubai, U.A.E. Tel. +971-4-2898828 Fax +971-4-2898829 mailbox@projectsandsupplies.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


Table of contents Concept 03

The role of light

10

Conservation of works of art

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Design and technology

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The lighting scheme

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Glare control

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Performance

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The character of light

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Telling a story

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Historical Museums

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Contemporary Museums

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Cultural Spaces

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Hermitage Saint Petersburg Russia

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Nasher Sculpture Center Dallas - USA

Museo Nacional Centro Arte Reina Sofia Madrid, Spain

Louvre Les Arts Premiers Paris - France

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High Museum of Art Atlanta - USA

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March-11 Memorial, Madrid - Spain

British Museum King’s Library London, England

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TEA Santa Cruz de Tenerife Spain

64

Exposición Jean Nouvel Madrid - Spain

Galleria Borghese Rome, Italy

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Zentrum Paul Klee Bern - Switzerland

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Champs Libres Rennes, France

Palazzo Pitti Florence, Italy

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Beaubourg Paris, France

Palazzo Madama Turin - Italy

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes La Habana - Cuba

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Agnelli Art Gallery Lingotto Turin, Italy

“Knowing the Shape” Project Milan - Italy Paris - France

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San Domenici Monumental Complex Forlì - Italy

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Opera by Alfredo Pirri Paris - France

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Triennale Bovisa Milan - Italy

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Palazzo delle Esposizioni Rome - Italy

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National Centre for the Performing Arts Beijing - China

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Oriental Art Centre Shanghai - China

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Preconfigured Systems

Projects

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Egyptian Museum Turin - Italy

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Morgan Library New York - USA

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Asturian Centre La Habana - Cuba

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Egyptian collection Altes Museum Berlin – Germany

Musée Matisse Le Cateau Cambresis France

Light management This catalogue only refers to some of our products. For more information on the entire iGuzzini range please refer to the General Catalogue.

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Lighting management systems

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Open Systems

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Concept

The role of light

Rennes - France: Champs Libres Photo: Didier Boy De La Tour

Palma de Mallorca - Spain: Es Baluard Photo: JosĂŠ Hevia Blach

The Eye and Vision

The human eye is the starting point of all lighting design. It is instinctively drawn towards the brightest object in the field of vision, and it is also attracted to contrast, change or movement. The skilful Lighting Designer can use some of the features of the eye to increase the power of his or her design. It then becomes possible to create a visual hierarchy of objects. A typical museum or exhibition will have a range of objects and

surfaces to be lit. These could be: the artefacts, the gallery space itself (if the exhibition is in a prestigious place), supporting graphic material (from a tiny label that carries an artefact's number to a major piece of graphic artwork) or the floor surface, so that visitors can see their way around safely and comfortably. The visual hierarchy should support the story being told by the exhibition. If the lighting designer starts with no light at all,

he or she can build up lighting layer by layer to whatever relative and absolute levels he or she needs to support the story being told by the exhibition. Moreover, changes of emphasis can be created by adding dynamic and coloured light. Great care must be taken when using coloured light, though a change of colour may be as subtle as using a white light with a different colour temperature.

Thessaloniki - Greece: Museum of Byzantine Culture Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Genoa - Italy: Royal Palace Van Dyck Exhibition Photo: Paolo Frega

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Project Goals and Obligations

Tasks of the Lighting Designer

The variety of artefacts in cultural heritage, as well as their presence in different contexts is so large that it makes it difficult to identify absolute parameters for their correct conservation and lighting. Therefore the following criteria must be interpreted according to the materials of the artwork, the conservation status, the location and other requirements, always in synergy with art historians, museum directors, curators, exhibition designers, etc.

Project Goals Maximise the enjoyment and understanding of the artwork by: • using light with appropriate colour rendering • appropriate perception of two and three-dimension artefacts by either uniform or directional and character-revealing lighting.

Project Obligations • Conservation: restricting the damages visible infrared and ultraviolet light can cause • Glare control and avoiding reflections • Allowing adaptation time for the eyes.


Concept

The lighting scheme

Atlanta (Georgia) - USA “High Museum of Art” Photo: Michel Denancé

Perugia - Italy: “Il Perugino” exhibition National Gallery of Umbria Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Colour Rendering

For obvious reasons, the quality of the light used in museum lighting takes on a pre-eminent importance. One important factor is the Colour Rendering Index (CRI), which expresses the light's ability to saturate the colours of the illuminated objects and therefore render their perception. For example, paintings in an art gallery require the highest colour rendering index. In this case, the CRI must be higher than 90. It is however necessary to keep in mind that the colour rendering index is a conventional value which

expresses an average of the colour renderings of a limited series of sample colours. Therefore, it will be necessary to analyse carefully the spectral distribution of the light. A simple way to check whether a light source is suitable is to try it out on a sample of the artwork. Light sources with CRI greater than 90 are halogen lamps, incandescent lamps, 5-band fluorescent lamps. These are typically used where accurate colour rendering is critical, for example in: paintings, frescoes, tapestries, and carpets.

Light sources with CRI between 80 and 89 are 3-band fluorescent lamps and metal halide lamps. A light source with a CRI less than 80 is the white light sodium lamp. This can be used when colour rendering is not important, for example when lighting monochromatic objects, mosaics, stone, marble, inlaid work, glasses or statues.

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Florence - Italy Palazzo Pitti Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Lighting a three-dimensional object with luminaire P and auxiliary luminaires S and D. P

P

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So Po

Po

Do

Lighting three-dimensional works The lighting of a three-dimensional object with a predominantly unidirectional light can help the appreciation of its shape. The direction of the prevalent (or key) light must be decided with great care as it will have a huge effect on the appearance of the object. Where appreciation of the parts of the work of art

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that are left in the shade is also necessary, one needs to provide a second or third luminaire to illuminate the shaded parts from a different direction (fill light). The intensity of the fill light should be lower than the key light to keep the key light dominant.


Concept

The character of light

Luminous interpretation

Lighting gives different interpretations of the meaning of an artefact (statues, jewels, ceramic vases, etc.). The lighting techniques offered by technological developments allow lighting designers, art historians and museum curators to choose the most suitable lighting solution to fulfil their goals. Backlight is the ideal technique to exalt the silhouette of the object against a luminous background. On the contrary, a key light can be used to highlight a specific detail

of the artwork. Additionally, a new vision of the object can be provided by biodynamic light. Although it may seem very distant from a conservative lighting approach, biodynamic light becomes very appropriate if we think about the light generated by a candle or by the sun. Another possibility is offered by dynamic coloured light. In spite of being a very delicate issue, the lighting designer in agreement with historians, art critics and curators may decide to use such a

technique in some situations. The images above illustrate some moments of the experience during the “Knowing the Shape” project, supervised by the iGuzzini Research Centre in collaboration with historians, art critics, museum experts, curators and other specialised figures. The project showed that numerous developments are possible, and full of surprises. For more information on the “Knowing the Shape” project, see page 70 of this brochure.

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Naples - Italy: Ercolano Excavations Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

La Habana - Cuba National Museum of Fine Arts Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Lighting two-dimensional works If the aim is to provide uniform illumination over a surface, then there are many ways of achieving this. A number of spotlights can be set up in a row, all shining down, or up, onto the surface. If their beams are adjusted so that they merge, then the result can be a reasonably smooth illumination.

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Alternatively, luminaires with a more appropriate beam distribution, such as wall washers, could be used. These have a wide spread and an asymmetric distribution that is designed for lighting large surfaces uniformly.


Concept

The character of light

30 cm

90 cm

Photo: Sutton Vane Associates

300 cm

800 cm

Walls and texture

With lighting it is possible to emphasise different aspects of texturised or three-dimensional objects with a complex shape, such as artefacts or building faรงades. Let's imagine a situation in which we want to illuminate a stone wall in a museum or exhibition to show its importance and value. If we install a luminaire 30 cm from the base of the wall and aim the light beam towards the wall, light will skim the surface, lighting every part of the stone, while every recess will be in deep shadow.

The wall appears almost black and white. Colours can be hardly seen because of the dominant surface texture and the wall looks aggressive and frightening. If the luminaire is moved 90 cm away from the wall, a great change occurs in the appearance of the wall: the texture is less dominant and some colour is now visible. Moving the luminaire further away from the wall, to 3 and 8 metres, the surface is softened and flattened, the texture is harder to see and colours become more and more visible.

The eye cannot tell which parts project and which are set back. The only information the eye gets is about the colour of the stone. The correct direction of the light is a powerful tool for the Lighting Designer to create the desired effect and show the wall appropriately.

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Concept

Conservation of works of art

Materials sensitivity Fading of coloured pigments Detachment of pictorial layers Warming of artworks

Ultraviolet

Visible

Infrared

Dichroic sources IR filters LEDs Positioning the luminaires away from objects to illuminate

Damage by visible light, infrared and ultraviolet light Many objects fade when exposed to light. Objects that are of organic origin, such as leather, fabrics, wood, fur and feathers fade badly. Many pigments used in paints are also faded by light. The rate of fading depends on many factors, but generally the higher the light level and the longer the exposure, the worse the fading.

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Most light sources generate more than visible light, they make infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation as well. Ultraviolet light causes fading of pigments and detachment of painting layers. Infrared produces heating that can cause microcracks. A variety of methods can be used to control the infrared radiation.

Lamps with dichroic reflectors can be used since they reflect the light and dissipate most of the heat towards the back of the fixtures. Alternatively, IR filters can be used to remove the infrared component of the light, or LEDs, which make no IR. Ultraviolet radiation can be controlled by UV filters, or by using lamps with a low or zero UV output.


Concept

Glare Control

Vertical surfaces Type of reflections on flat surfaces

Veil luminance: Reflection caused by incorrect position of luminaire

0 In Io

P

P

C

C1

O1

Tilted surfaces Correct distribution between shiny surface and luminaire for good appreciation of contrasts on observed objects.

P

C

O2

O3

O4

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C1 O1

O1

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Avoiding reflections

One of the worst experiences in a gallery is when the view of a picture that is shiny or mounted behind glass is spoiled by a bright and glary image of a spotlight reflected in the glass. We must remember that in case of a reflecting surface the light is reflected with the same angle it reaches the surface with. To avoid reflections on artworks, one can carry out a test based on the law of specular reflection.

To do this graphically, first draw a line to represent the glossy surface of the painting. Mirror luminaire P into position P’ and connect P’ with the observer's eyes. If the line (P’O1) intersects the vertical line (which represents the wall) outside the yellow area (luminous flow of fixture) C1, the observer will see no veil luminance from that position. Therefore, the position of the fixture is correct.

In the figure, the position of the fixture with respect to observer O2, O3, O4 is correct. The position of observer O1 is correct, even if borderline. Reflections off the surfaces of glass cases can be equally annoying. Vertical glass surfaces can act as the picture described above. Angled surfaces can also create reflections, but the rules are the same.

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Concept

Telling a story

Naples - Italy: Villa Oplontis Photo: Enrico Lattanzi

Naples - Italy: Ercolano Excavations Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Adaptation of the eye and visual perception Many artefacts are beautiful to look at. But to look at them one needs light and this light may damage them. A simple practical solution might be to reduce the light level. This does not stop the damage, but if the light level is low enough (50 lux is a typical light level for an artefact that needs to be protected), the rate of fading is so slow that it becomes acceptable.

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In fact, the human eye can see surprisingly well also with low light levels, but it takes time to adapt to the variations of light levels. The brighter is the light in the previous scene, the longer it takes for the eye to adapt. If, for instance, we pass from a scene under bright sunlight at 50,000 lux to a scene with a 50 lux, it can take five minutes for the eye to adapt.

Therefore, to make sure that visitors are not disturbed by sudden changes in lux levels and the visual perception of the artwork is not deformed, the levels of the light should be lowered progressively.


Naples - Italy: Villa Oplontis Photo: Enrico Lattanzi

A public asset to valorise The Lighting Designer is able to make the artefact tell a story, a story that reinforces or is complementary to the story being told by the exhibition designer or by the building. The Lighting Designer should light the objects in such a way they are not damaged by light. And the artefact, the supporting material and the surrounding space should have the right relative degrees of emphasis.

At the same time, the designer should be humble, because his or her designs may be very short compared with the lives of the wonderful objects and buildings. Works of art are public assets: our task is to bring them to light and preserve them for the enjoyment of the current and future generations.

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Perugia - Italy: National Gallery of Umbria Pinturicchio Exhibition Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

The Appearance of Luminaires The Lighting Designer should consider the appearance of all lighting equipment very carefully. The lighting equipment is a design statement in itself and the way it is seen is part of the story being told by the exhibition or the space. It may be appropriate for it to hidden away, so that it does not intrude on the view of the artefacts or spaces. In this case, the Lighting Designer should find places to conceal the luminaires and use colours and styles of luminaire that are as discrete as possible.

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Alternatively, it might be appropriate to show off the luminaires, since the use of highly visible, well designed, modern luminaires might be part of the story told by the project. Sometimes the contrast of modern luminaires with historic buildings can work very well. There can be an honesty in expressing good looking modern lighting technology. For each project the Lighting Designer has to choose an appropriate solution for the appearance of the luminaires.


Concept

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90° 360°

Flood optic

Spot optic

Manual adjustment device for light beam

Rotation lock around vertical axis

Rotation lock around horizontal axis

Flexibility

Spaces get larger and larger, requirements increase and places lose their functional limits, opening their doors to multiple uses. In such a scenario, the task of a good lighting design is to guarantee maximum flexibility in terms of installation management, studying each lighting fixture to satisfy the most diverse needs of contemporary environments.

Accessories

The use of a large number of accessories, exact tactics and advanced technological tools, such as tracks for product mobility, electronic control gear, light control systems, interchangeable optics (without the use of tools), focusing devices to adjust the light beam, adjustable products and mechanical locking for aiming give life to customised, accurate highperforming lighting directions.

The wide array of accessories is one of the main strengths of all iGuzzini products, ensuring total adjustability for all uses to satisfy the lighting requirements of a variety of settings. The innovative accessoryholder ring that is available for most products allows to install up to three flat filters at a time, in addition to one external accessory. IR and UV filters ensure protection against infrared and ultraviolet radiation,

while the special honeycomb louver reduces glare, just like the special diffuser screen for visual comfort. Warmtone and coldtone filters provide colour temperature changes, while refractors for the elliptical distribution of the luminous beam, barndoors and asymmetric screens ensure exact lighting of objects and spaces. Coloured filters create chromatic plays of light in transit areas.

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Concept

Performance

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Optics

Visual comfort

Energy saving

The plurality of reflectors in combination with optics, filters and innovative professional light sources allows to obtain excellent lighting performances and produce suggestive light and colour effects. The special faceted finish of superpure aluminium reflectors provide high luminous efficacy with uniform light beam distribution.

Ideal lighting is not only a matter of high performance, it also involves correct visual comfort for those who live in the space. Especially for museums and exhibitions areas, the production of glare or incorrect illuminance levels impairs the user's wellbeing, as well as his or her emotional perception of the light, setting and artworks. The rear position of light sources and the use of specific accessories ensure a correct comfortable visual experience.

For spaces such as museums, exhibition halls or cultural areas, which are intended to host a large number of visitors everyday, the reduction of running costs is a crucial issue. The correct selection of innovative energy-saving light sources and the use of state-of-the art light control systems provide excellent luminous efficiency with significant energy saving.


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Accessory-holder ring for max. three flat accessories

External accessories rotate up to 360째

Focusing

Easy maintenance The advanced technology used to create innovative lighting fixture does not necessarily involve complex maintenance. Well-designed lighting fixtures can be characterised by easy maintenance. The luminaires used in museums require easy use and maintenance, as well as safety.

This is the reason why no-tool or simplified installation is provided, without specific devices that are difficult to use in such an environment. Paying attention to similar details is not only a proof of great care for details, but also a sign of commitment to the product life cycle.

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Historical Museums Historical museums are artworks in themselves, not only for the exhibits, but also for their intrinsic beauties, such as frescoed walls, precious mouldings, special wall textures and valuable flooring. Buildings are artistic and architectural masterpieces that must be praised and protected. In such a context, the task is to provide good accent light on the artworks, while respecting their story and authenticity, as well as good general lighting to valorise structural details and materials, thus glorifying the museum’s fascination.

Exterior London - Great Britain: Victoria & Albert Museum Garden Photo: A. C. Lighting Special Projects


Projects

Exhibition halls

Transit areas

CittĂ di Castello - (Pg) - Italy: Burri Foundation

Milan - Italy: Museum of Sciences and Technology

Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Photo: Paolo Carlini

Architectural details

Artworks

Naples - Italy: Ercolano Excavations

Switzerland: Vela Museum

Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Photo: GĂźnter Laznia

Bookshop Turin - Italy: Reggia di Venaria Reale

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Saint Petersburg - Russia: Hermitage Projects

architectural project: Elisabeta Obsolensava; Valery Lukin photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Historical Museums

At the beginning of the 90's the "Hermitage Friends" Dutch foundation promoted a project named "Light and air for the Dutch masters in the Hermitage", which triggered the renovation works of the Hermitage State Museum. Founded in 1764 to fulfil the wish of Empress Catherine, the Museum is a complex of 10 buildings and hosts over 3 million artworks, including paintings, graphic art works, sculptures, applied art, archaeological monuments, numismatic collections.

The lighting project designed for the Hermitage aimed at evoking the ancient splendour, highlighting the exhibited works and at the same time valorising the historical interior settings, a key element of the Museum's fascination. Suspended Light air with ultra-flat light design are perfectly integrated in the space with minimum visual impact to generate general light with direct and indirect emission towards the ceilings, underscoring architectural details.

Gabbiano spotlights are used for accent lighting on artworks, some of them being installed at 12 metres from the paintings to be lit, thus aiming the light on the artefacts with perfect control of the luminous flow. Visitors can admire not only the art works, but also the magnificent architecture of the buildings.

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Paris - France: Louvre, Les Arts Premiers Projects

design: Jean Michel Wilmotte lighting project: Jean Michel Wilmotte photographer: Didier Boy De La Tour

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Historical Museums

A wing of the Louvre Museum with over 100 primitive sculptures of the African, Oceanic and American cultures. “Les Arts Premiers” is a great art collection in which past and modernity blend together. Each work is a witness of a by-gone age that projects visitors in a high-tech contemporary place. The reformation project entrusted to Jean Michel Wilmotte wanted to respect the ancient history of the place, while giving a touch of personality to space and artworks.

The sculptures had to express their archaism, blending with the modernity of the surrounding environment. The design is based on the contrast between the light colours of the spaces, with white walls of Portuguese stone, and the dark colours of the sculptures. The lighting project plays a major role creating an atmosphere rich of history, yet capable of exalting works and technologies of the present time at best.

A special system of mobile lights includes a series of wall-mounted guides where the Challenger track is inserted. The “Le Charriot” luminaire, made up of a metal structure onto with two or three optical assemblies for accent light, runs along the track. Daylight is controlled and blended with artificial light through a thin screen made of metal grid installed on the windows to absorb natural light and create diffused soft lighting.

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London - England: British Museum, King’s Library Projects

lighting project: Lee Prince, James Morse, Light and Design Ass. architectural project: Simon Douch, HOK photographer: Rob Moore

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Historical Museums

Housed within the British Museum, on the western side of the Great Court, the King's Library is an important space with high historical and architectural value. Designed in 1820 by Romber Smirke as a library to house King Charles III's book collection, it lost its function when the collection was transferred to the British Library in the early '90s. After a thorough discussion on its future use between 2000 and 2003, renovation works were started according to the project of Sir Norman Foster to restore its original magnificence and use it as an exhibition gallery. The lighting project studied in collaboration with

the English Heritage focuses on the conservation of the architectural space and on the control of natural light. In order to guarantee general, safety and emergency lighting, the luminaires are integrated with minimum visual intrusiveness in the setting, while ensuring maximum energy saving and easy maintenance. A careful balance of direct and indirect lighting, through the combination of uplights to illuminate the ceiling and Radius fixtures to light the window frames, neutralises the chromatic contrast between the King's Library interiors lighting and the light coming through the Great Court glazed

windows, while highlighting the ornate ceiling plasterwork, the rhythm and symmetry of the gallery. The window casements at balcony level were the only point where luminaires could be conceived and made invisible. Finally, the book cases were illuminated with special optical fibre to protect paper from heat and UV radiation. Accent lighting of statues and artefacts was obtained with luminaires installed in the coffered soffits of the window casements. The King's Library lighting project won the Lighting Design Award 2004 for the public spaces category.

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Rome - Italy: Galleria Borghese Projects

lighting project: ICR architectural project: Francesco Zurli photographer: Patrizia Savarese

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Historical Museums

In 1998 iGuzzini was given the opportunity to illuminate one of the most prestigious Italian monuments ranked by experts among the ten best museums at international level: Villa Borghese in Rome. Acting as technical sponsor, iGuzzini provided the luminaires and carried out a research work in the field of the most advanced lighting systems in collaboration with the main representatives of the Superintendence for Cultural Heritage and the Central Institute for Restoration.

This building is not only the first artwork of Galleria Borghese, but also a container for more works of art. Therefore the luminaires would have certainly hidden a part of the gallery. The XO system fixtures for general lighting were placed on the cornices all around the room. Accent lighting is produced by Cestello luminaires. Both lighting fixtures are completely hidden to the visitors' eyes. The museum lighting is based on a computerised and centralised control system.

Lux sensors were installed in the exhibition rooms; one sensor was mounted outside to measure daylight; another sensor was placed inside to measure overall lighting. By relating the values measured by the two sensors with the best perception of the artworks, the light quality is kept constant, with the possibility to reproduce this ratio over time.

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Florence - Italy: Palazzo Pitti Projects

lighting project: set designer: Amilcare Pizzi photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Historical Museums

The ancient resident of Tuscany grand dukes, today Palazzo Pitti hosts numerous art galleries with important collections of paintings and sculptures, artworks and valuable chinaware. During the “Magnificence at the Medici Court� exhibition, Amilcare Pizzi presented a scene design that attracted the general public and experts' attention as it escaped the traditional criteria of museum exhibitions. The artworks - seven sculptures with name "Competing between

ancient and modern in sculpture" were displayed in seven rooms according to the different themes, with visit routes and information. Light plays an essential role in creating theatrical light effects that accompany visitors discreetly along the entire route designed by the set designer. A specific lighting project was studied for each artwork and customised according to details to valorise and emotions to convey. Lingotto floodlights with indirect emission underscore the suggestive

decorations on walls and ceilings, while Cestello luminaires elegantly illuminate the artworks, answering with flexibility and efficacy to different layout requirements. The lighting fixtures are perfectly integrated in the aesthetics of the place, showing the true meaning of the sculpture and the magnificence of the building at the same time.

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Turin - Italy: Palazzo Madama Projects

Project Director: Architect Carlo Viano Assistant to Project Director: Architect Diego Giachello Technical Installations Project Ing. Alfonso Famà lighting project: Project Team from the City of Turin and the Polytechnic of Turin, Department of Energetics as part of investigation and consultancy jobs: “Project investigation activity and laboratory experimentation on lighting and air-conditioning issues in temporary and permanent exhibition spaces” Consultancy to lighting project for museum designs: Anna Pellegrino photographer: Paolo Carlini

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Historical Museums

In recent years Palazzo Madama underwent complex restoration works, which started in 1997 and finished in December 2006, with the reopening of the Municipal Museum of Ancient Art. Originally the entrance door to the city of Turin, the palace became a fortified castle and was finally converted in a residential building by architect Filippo Juvarra. The recuperation project was a difficult challenge, and required many years of study and research, including in the technical lighting field. The need to have multiple installation terminals without increasing the number of wireways

LED to a technical solution that allowed for the installation of terminals and lighting fixtures in a reduced space. So, in order to satisfy the needs of this historical exhibition area, the final solutions guarantee the correct quantity and distribution of the light, although in a limited space. During the day the large glazed surfaces of the monumental staircase allow daylight to come in, while at night the activities that are carried out in the building become visible. The three chandeliers in the staircases were replaced with luminaires designed by iGuzzini based on Cestello.

The products combine upwards, downward and sideward light sources with extreme flexibility, highlighting the architectural and decorative elements. The luminance contrast between the internal surfaces of the staircase and the external surfaces of the faรงade permits to perceive the forepart depth. The formal characteristics of the system acted as reference for the solutions implemented in the rest of the building to maintain a uniform design, such as in the "Sala Acaja" and "Sala Stemmi" halls on the first floor.

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Turin - Italy: Egyptian Museum Projects

lighting project: Mekanè - Riccardo Buzzanca photographer: Gabriele Basilico

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Historical Museums

The Museo Egizio in Turin is the only museum in the world, other than Cairo, dedicated exclusively to Egyptian art and culture. The extraordinary collection of large statues personifying sovereigns, divinities and princes, is among the main attractions. In February 2006 these pieces were presented in a very innovative interpretation by Dante Ferretti, architect and worldrenowned film set designer, who focused his treatment of the subject on a sense of mysticism. For the new gallery setup, accordingly, he decided to encase the exhibits in a medium that would give the public the same perception of the sacred. With this in mind, the light that envelops the statues is carefully metered, and

reflections have been created that cancel out the empty space surrounding them, enhancing the plasticity of the shapes. Ferretti's concept has been transformed into reality thanks not least to the extensive experience of MekanĂŠ in this field of work. In the new layout, a dark red coloured skin covers the walls and the roof. Within this lining, accent lighting provided by Le Perroquet spots with framer enhance the exhibits by bringing them up out of the murky depths. The first step was to conduct a study of the existing situation (a record of every statue). From the measurements taken, a model was obtained on which Dante Ferretti was able to test his ideas for the set-up.

Given also that this was a temporary exhibition, all the solutions adopted had to be reversible. The exhibition is completed by images projected onto the walls, new captions and an atmospheric sound accompaniment. All lighting effects were obtained with Le Perroquet fixtures, which with various optical assemblies and suitable accessories provide both background and accent light. The interplay of light and shadow augmented by mirrors, the particular illumination of the statues, the slowmoving images and, not least, the soundtrack, all accompany the visitor on a truly fascinating visual journey.

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New York - USA: Morgan Library Projects

architectural project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop / Arup Lighting in cooperation with Beyer Blinder Belle LLP (New York) consultants: Robert Silman Associates (structure); Cosentini Associates (services); Ove Arup& Partners (technical installations: heating and lighting); Front (faรงade); Kahle Acoustic (acoustics); Harvey Marshall Associates (consultants for audiovisual systems); IROS (elevators); HM White (landscaping architect); Stuart Lynn Company (costs consultants)

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Historical musei Museums antichi

The Morgan Library, the historical museum and library of New York City, is the venue of one of the largest collections of manuscripts, scores, prints and drawings from the Middle Age and the Renaissance. The constant increase in the number of works over the years and in the cultural activities proposed by the library determined the need for an enlargement of the structure. In 2000 the public authorities entrusted the enlargement and renovation project to Renzo Piano, who gave life to a modern geometrical architecture that is fully integrated with the history of the

building and the existing structures, alternating the old and the new. Three new functional pavilions are connected to the historical buildings through a central square that creates a communication space between the six areas of the library. A steel and glass structure with a special louver system screens daylight while playing with transparencies, shadows and reflections. The lighting project developed by RPBW and Arup paid special attention to the integration of daylight and artificial lighting to fascinate visitors along an intimate welcoming journey.

Only artificial lighting was used in the underground areas where fragile paper exhibits are exposed, with suitable filters and low-intensity light sources to illuminate and protect the artworks. Le Perroquet fittings are installed on tracks applied to an indirect lighting system that was designed specially for this project. The same spotlights are used in the auditorium with an innovative coupling system that that makes the use of couples of luminaires possible.

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La Habana - Cuba: Asturian Centre Projects

lighting project: Josè Linares architectural project: the refurbishment project of the Museums was devised by Consejo de Estado which, in Cuba, is also responsible for the execution of works photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Historical musei Museums antichi

The renovation and enlargement of the Asturian Centre in La Havana, Cuba, as well as the project for the National Museum of Fine Arts, fall within the general recovery action implemented by the Cuban Government in 1997 to create a new national point of reference for art and culture. The house of a universal art collection which includes works by artists such as Velasquez, Murillo, Canaletto and Rubens, and of an ancient collection of Egyptian show-pieces, fabrics, Greek ceramics and glasses, the Asturian Centre underwent a deep transformation to overcome some criticalities of the existing complex,

among which the lighting installation. In collaboration with Imelth Engineering and iGuzzini Illuminazione, Cuban designers developed a very innovative museum lighting system which not only is inserted with minimum visual impact in the architectural value of the historical building, but takes full advantage of daylight in integration with artificial lighting. The lighting on the ceiling amplifies the numerous exhibition areas, giving lightness to ceilings and depth to perspectives. The hall with the ancient collection offers a spectacular theatre-like design, in which chiaroscuro effects

increase the dramatic power of the works, while showing their formal diversities. Through the signs of light produced by optical fibres and halogen lamps for accent lighting, the lighting direction stimulates the visitors' attention with the artworks as protagonists of the space. Along a suggestive journey of lights and artworks, visitors discover the great European art from the 15th to the 19th century.

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Berlin, Germany: Egyptian collection Altes Museum Projects

lighting project: LichtVision GmbH - Carla Wilkins architectural project: Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht, Gesellschaft von photographer: Jurgen Lippe

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Historical Museums

In the summer of 2005, during the 175th anniversary of Preußischer Kulturbesitz and within the Museumsinsel (Museum Isle) master project, the Berlin Egyptian collection Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung”, one of the most famous collections of the world, was moved to the Altes Museum (Old Museum), waiting for its final destination to the Neues Museum, after the conclusion of the refurbishment works. The entire upper floor of the Museum was fitted out to receive and exhibit the Egyptians artefacts. The halls radiate out of the central staircase around the central circular space of the building.

The new layout considered the halls with lateral windows and skylights as sources of light filtered by a white diffusing screen on the windows. The exhibition includes about 179 display cases (with 2-2.5 m height) arranged freely. The ceiling was divided into segments orthogonal to the façade and the division was emphasized by the use of threephase electrified recessed tracks with adjustable Metro spotlights with dimmer aimed at the exhibits. The fixtures were perfectly integrated in the false ceiling and provided accent light to highlight the refined structures and fine quality of the materials, while accomplishing general lighting functions.

The selection of the luminaires was determined by the decision to use narrow light beams with 365° rotation. The light generated by the spotlights can be also adjusted with a rotary potentiometer. The chromatic rendering index is Ra>90 in the exhibition areas. The collection will be transferred to its final venue in 2009, after refurbishing and completing the Neues Museum.

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Contemporary Museums Museums have evolved over time, undergoing important transformations. Today, new museums have the task of promoting culture by appealing to higher and higher numbers of visitors. Here technology, innovation, creativity and flexibility are the key words, also for the lighting design activity that acquires higher freedom. The function of the light is no longer limited to highlight artworks: it suggests journeys and creates suggestive effects able to captivate and conquer the observer.

Exteriors Palma de Mallorca - Spain: Es Baluard


Projects

Exhibition Area Le Cateau Cambresis - France: Musée Matisse Photo: Didier Boy De La Tour

Transit Areas Rome - Italy: Museum of Contemporary Art Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

Bookshop Malaga - Spain: Picasso Museum

Offices

Internal squares

Bern - Switzerland: Paul Klee Zentrum

Rovereto - Italy: Mart Museum

Photo: Michel Denancé

Photo: Fabio Emilio Simion

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Dallas - USA: Nasher Sculpture Center Projects

lighting project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop / Arup Lighting architectural project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop photographer: Michel DenancĂŠ

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Contemporary musei Museums antichi

In the heart of Dallas the Nasher Sculpture Center is a charming oasis beyond time, a refuge for arts in voluntary contrast with the chaos, noise and height of downtown skyscrapers. The institution was created to exhibit, study and preserve the beauty of modern sculpture in the largest private collection of the world, with over 350 works exhibited indoor and in open air spaces. The architectural project by architect Renzo Piano develops over a rigorous sequence of five identical pavilions in parallel

position, made of travertine stone, a material with colour and texture recalling the image of ancient ruins. The structure is defined as “no roof” for the presence of a light aluminium membrane that covers the building through which daylight filters inside. The glass façades that surround the exhibition halls create a sense of continuity between pavilions, garden and street. In this innovative urban refuge, the lighting project aims at integrating daylight and artificial light, creating a suggestive atmosphere in which the light underscores the

architectural and structural details of an exhibition space which becomes an intimate delicate scenario for the exaltation of sculptures. Le Perroquet spotlights are integrated in interior spaces and exterior façades with a strong innovative design, providing accent light that blends with the daylight coming through the roof and the walls during the day and replaces natural light at night. The result is the creation of a fascinating scenario that converts the Nasher Sculpture Center in an elegant artistic “object” to admire.

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Atlanta - USA: High Museum of Art Projects

lighting project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop / Arup Lighting architectural project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop photographer: Michel DenancĂŠ

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Contemporary Museums

The High Museum of Art, established in 1905, houses a collection of over 11,000 pieces (American art from the XIX and XX centuries, European and African art) and is part of the Woodruff Arts Center, a non-profit organisation promoting the visual and performing arts and encompassing the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta College of Art, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and various structures aimed at young visitors.

iGuzzini used a new special version of Le Perroquet 70 W, with street optic and pole-mounted spotlight, and the 39W version with flood optic (used outside for the first time) to illuminate the new and extremely important Renzo Pianodesigned museum in the United States, an extension of the previous centre which had itself been designed by another superstar from the world of architecture: Richard Meier.

Three new buildings were constructed, substantially increasing the amount of exhibition space available (the surfaces of the Museum now cover a total area of 29,000 square metres) and the opportunity was taken to accentuate the peculiarities of the existing building which was constructed by Richard Meier.

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Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Spain:TEA (Tenerife Espacio de las Artes) Projects

lighting project: Herzog & De Meuron architectural project: Herzog & De Meuron photographer: Jose Oller

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Contemporary Museums

The inauguration of Tenerife Espacio de las Artes (TEA) of Santa Cruz, in the Tenerife island, took place in October 2008. With over 20,000 m2, TEA is a cultural infrastructure with the clear contemporary vocation of collecting art while becoming an urban fragment in the centre of town that connects the old district and the modern area. Herzog & De Meuron combine a series of diagonal elements and sloping floors that include a flight of stairs. The public space penetrates in the building through geometric architectural shapes that favour the opening towards the outside and provide dynamism and light, also at night, when the artificial light

passes through the irregular holes of the walls. The structure mingles different spaces and activities and in addition to art collections, temporary exhibition halls, auditorium, library, cafeteria and shop, it houses the Photography Centre of the island, the Ă“scar DomĂ­nguez Institute and Biblioteca de la Red Insular. For the lighting project iGuzzini provided consultancy services and products to meet the multiple needs of the areas. The following products were installed outdoors: recessed Linealuce integrated in the architecture with minimum visual impact to ensure soft uniform light; ground-recessed Light Up Walk to

guarantee maximum visual comfort; MaxiWoody and Light Up Walk Professional, with spot optic, installed at the end of the stairs to create suggestive paths of light. Fluorescent Lineup fittings provide the ideal indirect lighting in the library, while special products (fluorescent reglettes) were installed in the exhibition halls. In the permanent exhibition area Tecnica spotlights with spot and flood optic were used, together with suspended Le Perroquet to underscore details, thanks to their practical adjustability, and provide uniform lighting with wall-washer effect on the walls, when equipped with glass diffuser.

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Bern - Switzerland: Zentrum Paul Klee Projects

lighting project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop / Arup Lighting architectural project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop photographer: Michel DenancĂŠ

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Contemporary Museums

The Paul Klee Centre in Bern, inaugurated on June 20th 2005, houses the world's largest collection of works by the Swiss painter, in a "landscape" building designed by the Genoese architect Renzo Piano. Three glass and steel hills give form to an architectural design that reproduced the movement of the sea, in harmony with the surrounding mountainous landscape and inspired by the idea of capturing the sense of light

and lightness and the precious relationship with nature that characterises Klee's work. The lighting design involves a judicious mix of direct and indirect light provided by suspended and track-mounted Le Perroquet for lighting the works with degrees of brightness ranging from 50 to 100 lux. The indirect Le Perroquet use 70W metal-halide lamps with colour temperature of 4200 and 3000K.

The other luminaires use 75 and 100W low-voltage halogen lamps. They are all special products, insofar as they were adapted for installation on the metal roof supports, which have different heights and gradients to create the wave effect that can be seen from the outside.

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La Habana - Cuba: Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Projects

lighting project: Josè Linares architectural project: the refurbishment project of the Museums was devised by Consejo de Estado which, in Cuba, is also responsible for the execution of works photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Contemporary Museums

At the beginning of 1996 the Cuban Government granted the authorisation for a renovation and enlargement project for the National Museum of Fine Arts. The old complex was enlarged and integrated with two other buildings, thus becoming a national landmark in the artistic and cultural field. The main goal of the lighting project was the integration between natural and artificial light.

Such a solution allowed to significantly reduce energy consumption and operational costs. The design approach is put into practice thanks to a detector parallel to the side walls. This opening conveys the natural light filtered by special glasses along the vertical surface of the wall and the horizontal plane of the area adjacent to it. Non-uniformity is reduced by the artificial light system.

The installation is composed of perfectly concealed fluorescent modules placed in the "luminous groove" and capable of changing their luminous intensity thanks to a pre-set and calibrated programme relying on proximity sensors installed in the false ceiling. Luminance reaches 100 lux on the upper part of the walls and gradually goes down to 40 lux on the walking surfaces.

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Turin - Italy: Agnelli Art Gallery, Lingotto Projects

lighting project: Piero Castiglioni architectural project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Contemporary museums Museums

Lingotto, the first Fiat factory, was turned into a multi-purpose centre in 1987. Since September 2002 it has become a new prestigious venue, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop for temporary shows and for the exhibition of Agnelli's private collection. The new building is located above the Lingotto.

Interiors The general lighting of the exhibition area relies on the natural light penetrating through the ceiling, filtered by a false ceiling made of fabric panels and integrated with a dimmable fluorescent system, thus guaranteeing a suitable lighting level at any time, regardless of the weather conditions. Accent lighting is obtained by means of special Le Perroquet spotlights.

Exteriors In designing the exterior lighting for the Scrigno, the scheme concentrated on creating a “floating� effect of the building over the Lingotto, especially visible at night. This result was achieved by accurately positioning and aiming the Lingotto floodlights, thus creating a contrast of light and shadow. At night, the Scrigno seems to be floating, supported by a carpet of light, as a result of the lighting of its lower part.

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ForlĂŹ - Italy: San Domenici Monumental Complex Projects

lighting project: Wilmotte & Associes - Studio Lucchi & Biserni architectural project: Wilmotte & Associes - Studio Lucchi & Biserni photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Contemporary Museums

The recuperation of the San Domenico monumental complex originates from the intention to integrate the historical space into the modern town of ForlĂŹ. From the architectural and functional viewpoint, the project includes the restoration of the former church and convent in order to use them as auditorium-exhibition space and museum-art gallery, respectively, with an elegant system of corridors with numerous cell doors. A crucial role was played by the lighting design, which was entrusted to Wilmotte & Associes and Lucchi & Biserni.

Their collaboration with iGuzzini gave life to two special products especially studied to give a personalised answer to the complex' requirements: a suspended luminaire made of glass with spotlights and a modular multi-lamp fitting, which was later on included in the standard collection under the name of Composit. The adjustability of the spotlights and the possibility to use light sources or accent lighting in combination with a fluorescent lamp with indirect emission allowed to highlight artworks and architectural details. The following products were integrated in the lighting design to better satisfy

the multiple needs of the various spaces: Linealuce fittings with uniform soft light, recessed Ledplus for connection areas, Frame fittings with high efficacy and minimal visual impact and Trimmer spotlights sliding on a special structure. The structure designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte is the evolution of the first model used at Louvre in Paris. It is an original trolley fixed to structural rods by means of tracks. The structure is provided with plastic wheels that allow to slide the luminaire body along the entire length of the rod for maximum flexibility in case of a different layout of the lighting design.

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Le Cateau Cambresis - France: Musée Matisse Projects

lighting project: Cabinet Baudoin a Nancy + conseil général du nord architectural project: Cabinet Baudoin a Nancy + conseil général du nord photographer: Didier Boy De La Tour

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The famous Matisse Museum of Cateau-CambrĂŠsis reopened its doors to the public on 8 November 2002, exactly 50 years after its creation, after months of restoration and restructuring works under the supervision of architects Emmanuel and Laurent Baudoin, under the patronage of the General Council of the Northern Department and in close collaboration with Superintendent Dominique Szymusiak. Over 700 prestigious works are displayed in 17 temporary exhibition halls, covering an area of 2,400 m2. Visitors are emotionally taken to a magic artistic adventure in a space that still enjoys the atmosphere of the original historical location.

The lighting design developed by iGuzzini in close collaboration with the Superintendence aimed at creating versatile solutions to adapt to the museum's changing needs. Daylight inundates the exhibition halls through the large openings and is integrated, both during the day and in the evening, with a sort of artificial light which is close to natural and never aggressive to valorise and protect the artworks. Le Perroquet fittings equipped with optics with different light cones, devices for the adjustment of the luminous intensity and elliptical or diffusing refractors, proved to be the ideal solution to ensure uniform balanced light, with some indirect emission.

In the "Cabinet des dessins" Gabbiano spotlights with a special diffusing glass screen are used to respect the extreme fragility of the works. Total flexibility was a major requirement for the lighting design of the large hall used for temporary exhibitions in order to adjust to different display layouts. After a careful selection of the luminaires, which were tested according to different exhibition designs, Vela wall washer and Le Perroquet fittings enriched by a full array of accessories in the permanent exhibition halls were chosen.

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Cultural Spaces Art mixes with social life and originates multiple spaces to host events, shows, meetings, concerts and artistic exhibitions. Here light plays a fundamental role in creating the most suitable atmosphere and setting to receive and welcome visitors. With total flexibility, lighting projects vary according to the different needs of exhibitions and events, giving life to suggestive scenarios that accompany the public along the entire journey.

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Exhibition Area Paris - France: Pompidou Centre Photo: Didier Boy de La Tour

Entrances Rome - Italy: Park of Music Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Rome - Italy: Coliseum Exhibition Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Madrid - Spain: Museo Nacional Centro Arte Reina Sofia Projects

architectural project: Aurora Herrera photographer: José Hevia exhibition: “The Kinetics” venue and year: Museo Nacional Centro Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid - Spain March - August 2007

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The temporary exhibition hall of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia houses the “THE KINETICS” temporary exhibition. The exhibition wanted to represent the concept of movement and speed that permeated XX century arts as a plastic element and reference to modernity. Machines were a symbol of the technological progress that was a recurrent characteristic of the artistic avant-garde movements. The exhibition collected over 80 works of 45 Spanish and foreign

artists, such as: Jesús Rafael Soto, Luis Tomasello and Nicolas Schöffer, Sandú Darié, and the Argentinian group Madi. Visitors admired paintings, objects, chronophotographies, serigraphy works, digital prints or films from the XX and early XXI century, which kinetics as common denominator. The space and works are illuminated with Le Perroquet, Le Perroquet professional and Lineup. Characterised by professional performance, full adjustability and multiple accessories, Le Perroquet

and Le Perroquet professional highlight the exhibits with exact accent light that exalts threedimensional objects with maximum customisation. Lineup recessed luminaires installed on the perimeter of the space provide wall washer lighting on the walls, against the bright colours of the works, creating a very suggestive scenario.

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Madrid - Spain: March-11 Memorial Projects

lighting project: Studio Fam architectural project: Studio Fam photographer: Esau Acosta - JosĂŠ Hevia

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In April 2007, in Madrid, three years after the terrible terrorist attack of March 11 at Atocha station, the Spanish Royals inaugurated a memorial to the victims designed by studio FAM “Fascinante Aroma y Manzana”. The imposing sculpture opposite the station is characterised by its 11m-high cylindrical glass dome. The structure is composed of two layers of different material: the external “skin” made of glass blocks and the internal “membrane” made of ETFE, a light transparent material where the innumerable messages received after the tragic event were printed.

When entering the monument from the station hall, visitors arrive to s large hall named “Light Blue Emptiness”: an underground dark space that is the key interpretation element of the work. Here, lightblue walls take visitors towards the light to a small hole through which they can observe the suggestive dome, where messages give shape and size to the blade. It is an acoustically insulated hall, where silence and light are the main protagonists. The lighting design originates a warm discreet atmosphere that gives way to intimate commemoration.

The messages can be seen through the glass layer during the day and assume a different shape at night, when 12 ColourWoody floodlights installed between the materials highlight the words written on ETFE. The luminaires generate white light with variable colour temperature from warm white to cold white according to the time of the day. Through the semitransparent surfaces, the memorial is lit outwards, with the shades and reflections created by glass and ETFE, and becomes a sort of huge candle lit in the middle of the night.

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Madrid - Spain: Exposición Jean Nouvel Projects

exhibition project: Dolores Muñoz and Alberto Medem architectural project: Jean Nouvel photographer: Monica Rosello exhibition: “Jean Nouvel” venue and year: Museo Nacional Centro Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid - Spain 2002

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Originally the venue of San Carlo Hospital, the Museo Nacional Reina Sofia in Madrid underwent a long series of transformations over time, finally acquiring the appearance it has today. After considerably increasing the number of collections, temporary exhibitions, audiovisual and education activities, the museum decided to enlarge the area of the structure. The works started in 2001 under the supervision of architect Jean Nouvel, and were completed in 2005. The museum and the entire surroundings were modified

to answer to the new necessities. To celebrate the great French architect, the MNCARS organised an exhibition to divulge Nouvel’s works and social commitment for the architecture and the city. The exhibition includes six theme sequences with completed, unfinished and ongoing projects. It is not a retrospective, exhaustive or scientific exhibition, being exclusively based on images, with photos, fixed or interactive projections to immerse visitors in the correct atmosphere for Nouvel's poetics.

The task of the lighting design was to ensure customised professional performances to create half-lit scenarios and let images stand out. Le Perroquet professional with halogen lamps and frames were used to perfectly frame the silhouette of each shape, creating a suggestive emotional light set.

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Rennes - France: Champs Libres Projects

architectural project: De Portzamparc Architectes photographer: Didier Boy De La Tour

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The Champs Libres, at Rennes Métropole, are an innovative cultural infrastructure that extends over a surface of 35,280 m2. It is a single construction that brings under one roof the three most important cultural facilities in the town culture: the Musée de Bretagne, the Espace des sciences and the Public Library. The place is designed to create a strong synergy between the three institutes to make culture and knowledge enjoyable and accessible for citizens. The architectural project, entrusted to Christian de Portzamparc, did not intend to merge the three institutes, but integrate them in such a way that each one could be

immediately seen and recognised through special geometric shapes and large volumes. While the Musée de Bretagne seems to envelop the other two buildings as a ribbon and the "Espace des sciences" is a giant zinc cone that hosts a spherical planetarium, the Library is a six-storey metal and glass building conceived as an upturned pyramid. While playing with transparent glazed walls, artificial lighting has a crucial role in order to give an efficacious answer to the multiple needs of this multifunctional building. In the Library Optica downlighters guarantee diffused relaxing light without glare, and Pixel plus generate excellent light effects. In the museum

Le Perroquet and Le Perroquet Professional ensure professional lighting performance, maximum flexibility and versatile luminous scenes. Lingotto floodlights generate indirect emission to effectively illuminate the planetarium dome, and Reflex downlighters integrate in the conference room with minimal visual intrusiveness. Connection areas and entrances are illuminated by a combination of Optica downlighters, Pixel plus, Le Perroquet Professional, and wall-mounted Linealuce, which disappear while irradiating uniform soft light.

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Paris - France: Beaubourg Projects

lighting project: Piero Castiglioni architectural project: Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Richard Rogers Partnership photographer: Michel Denancè - Giuseppe Saluzzi

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The Beaubourg cultural centre was completed in Paris in 1977 and is undoubtedly one of the major works of modern architecture. The initially High-Tech building was ironically referred to as "the refinery", however as time went by, it became one of favourite meeting points in Paris. Every year it counts higher numbers of visitors compared to the other monuments and buildings of the city.

The level of lighting on ground level is equal to 150/170 lux spread evenly all over the forum (values on ground level, given that the forum is 12 metres high). General lighting is entrusted to a luminaire specially designed for the Beaubourg that is situated according to a regular layout and that reminds one, thanks to its shape, of the numerous tubes which make up the main characteristic features of the building and that help create the

typical atmosphere of an industrial structure In order to realise Renzo Piano's project, some brand new types of luminaires had to be developed: suspended elements that soar light and free in the environment, loaded with a thrust recalling the flight of birds, without desecrating the architecture of the building. Moreover, they are a source of visual comfort, their effects being similar to that of a filigree piece of furniture. “Le Perroquet� - the parrot - was born�.

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Milan - Italy, Paris - France: “Knowing the Shape� Project Projects

formulation: Centro Studi e Ricerca iGuzzini Central Restauration Institute scientific collaboration: Museo Tattile Statale Omero photographer: Didier Boy de La Tour exhibition: "Knowing the Shape" venue and year: iGuzzini Partner Assistance Milan - Italy May 2006 Louvre Museum, Sully Wing Paris - France 23 March - 18 June 2007

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The “Knowing the Shape” project, born from the collaboration between iGuzzini and the Central Institute for Restoration, saw its first edition in 2006 in Milan, and then travelled to Paris in 2007. Conceived to identify one or more methodologies of analysis and lighting design and give museum and exhibition curators a higher awareness when lighting up a sculpture, the project intended to explore new perceptive modalities beyond light and sight. The project developed in two directions, “Shapes to see” and “Shapes to touch”, in which a model of an artwork was first “read” by some personalities and then made available to be touched and perceived also by the blind.

The Milan event saw the participation of the journalist and novelist Vincenzo Cerami, the art critic and design historian Gillo Dorfles, the director of the Italian Association for the Prevention of Blindness Angelo Mombelli and the archaeologist Paolo Moreno, who were asked to illuminate a perfect copy of the "Dancing Satyr" according to their own personal interpretation. In 2007, in Paris, during an exhibition dedicated to Praxiteles, the Greek sculptor who is the alleged author of the Satyr, the Louvre Museum asked for iGuzzini's collaboration to stage the exhibition. As in Milan, three French famous personalities were called to give their own interpretation of the statue: the head of the Department of Greek,

Etruscan and Latin Antiquities of the Louvre Museum, Alain Pasquier, the curator of the same department, M. Jean-Luc Martinez and the partially sighted opera singer Agnès Robert. In her opinion, the use of colour permitted to identify a new vision of the sculpture and a new perception of volumes, especially for partially sighted visitors. To minimise the visual impact iGuzzini created a black lacquered wood stage and white fabric wings backlit with RGB fluorescence that changed colour according to the scene design of the individual interpreters. Tecnica spotlights illuminated details and originated personalised lighting directions through the use of the Scene Equalizer control system. 71


Paris - France: Opera by Alfredo Pirri Projects

lighting project: Alfredo Pirri collaboration with l’Adnkronos architectural project: Alfredo Pirri collaboration with l’Adnkronos photographer: Didier Boy De La Tour exhibition: "A private story: Italian contemporary photography in Anna Rosa and Giovanni Cotroneo collection" venue and year: MEP - Maison Européenne de la Photographie Paris - France 21 June - 15 October 2006

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The headlines of the news broadcast on the net by Adnkronos pass on a small monitor near the installation. For each of the news, two key words either positive or negative ones - are highlighted and used to set the power and colour temperature of the light.

The Maison Européenne de la Photographie (Mep) presents a complex art installation dedicated to photography and light: “Words” by Alfredo Pirri. An 4x8m installation in which white Carrara marble and broken red glass create a special landscape that is a metaphor of the world. Organised in collaboration with the Adnkronos press agency and iGuzzini, who supplied lighting consultancy services and products, the installation is a great homenage to photography in its ethimological meaning of “writing of light”.

Light animates the creation with three Sivra modules with biodynamic light installed in front of the observer to back-lit the work, creating a large window. The power and colour temperature of the light change irregularly according to the spirit of the news sent every day by Adnkronos to the Mep. Here an invisible terminal filters the information through an algorithm that extracts a pair of values from a list of 100 words, 50 for power and 50 for colour temperature, in real time.

The small monitor next to the installation shows the news and the two key words that determine the light. If Adnkronos broadcasts news with positive terms, such as “good” and “peace”, respectively for intensity level and colour temperature, the light on the installation will be stronger and brighter; vice versa, negative words as “blood” and “defeat” will result in weaker colder light. In this way Sivra is linked to the flow of news to arouse emotions and involve visitors.

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Milan - Italy: Triennale Bovisa Projects

architectural project: Studio Cerri & Associati - Pierluigi Cerri, Alessandro Colombo photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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On 21 November 2006 the main Italian government authorities took part in the inauguration of the new Triennale spaces, a new centre for contemporary living. As the architect Pierluigi Cerri has himself stated, the Bovisa installation does not come under the typical definition of "architecture". Cerri has come up with a big white parallelepiped covered in PVC, conceiving it as a temporary structure, though in the sense of a structure catering to the

needs of an area in the throes of transformation. More exactly, the space is conceived as a structure able to communicate or amplify the events organised within its compass: iGuzzini is among the project partners, having provided both the internal and external lighting. Around one thousand trackmounted Le Perroquet spotlights are used to light the indoor exhibition space, which can be adapted to host different types of performances.

The light provided by Le Perroquet is supplemented by a number of different fixtures: Compact Easy modules in the conference room, Line up wall washer for the bookshop shelves, wall-mounted Lingotto for emergency lighting. The exterior lighting, similarly, utilises iGuzzini fixtures: Lavinia and Platea floodlights for the faรงade, Woody floodlights for safety exits, and for entrance routes to the exhibition areas and bookshop.

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Rome - Italy: Palazzo delle Esposizioni Projects

client: Azienda Speciale Palaexpo Preliminary and final project: Architect Firouz Galdo Azienda Speciale Palaexpo art director: Lighting project, signs, furnishings Architect Michele De Lucchi with Enrico Quell Executive project of Palazzo and Greenhouse: Architect Paolo Desideri - ABDR - SAC Building consolidation project: Architect Paolo Rocchi photographer: Giuseppe Saluzzi “by kind permission of Fondazione La Quadriennale di Roma�.

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The Exhibition Palace built between 1880 and 1883 has always been a unique building in Rome. Born to exalt the city's cultural vocation with exhibitions and events, it was characterised by total symmetry on all axes, with impressive style and decoration that disorientated visitors with confusing layouts and unclear visit routes. The five-year renovation project started in 2003 to update the facilities in functional and technological terms, combining the monumental architecture with innovation elements.

Today the Palace covers over 12,000 m2 on three storeys with maximum design flexibility. The large central hall is the powerful heart of the building: a double-height hall with a large central eye that allows daylight to penetrate without control from above. The lighting system was a key point of the recent restructuring works and includes a series of suspended long and thin ceilings that house the lighting fixtures created in close collaboration with De Lucchi, as well technical equipment for the exhibitions.

Suspended motorised panels with adjustable height were created to house tracks with Tecnica spotlights along the sides of the panels and The Reflex downlighters in the centre. This sort of mobile false ceiling ensures easy management and maintenance operations to create a highly efficient contemporary exhibition structure with low running costs. Connection areas are lit by a cylindrical luminaire that provides general and emergency light. The integration of the two functions allowed to eliminate the UPS and make the electrical installation lighter.

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Beijing - China: National Centre for the Performing Arts Projects

lighting project: Lighting Planners Associates Inc., Kaoru Mende Yosuke Hiraiwa architectural project: Paul Andreu Architect associated with ADPi and BIAD photographer: Gabriele Basilico

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The National Centre of the Performing Arts is an authentic cultural island in the middle of a lake, in the heart of Beijing, about 500 metres away from Tian An Men Square and the Forbidden City. Identified by the large grey titanium and glass dome with ellipsoidal shape, the building includes three auditoriums (one for opera, one for concerts and one for drama), a lounge with a splendind view of the city, numerous open-air exhibition spaces and internal areas inspired by the town, with streets, squares, shops and restaurants. For the lighting design iGuzzini collaborated with the architect

Paul Andreu and the lighting designer Kaoru Mende to create a magic atmosphere of light. Two types of fittings - Le Perroquet spotlights and recessed Light Up Walk Professional - were used to illuminate the common areas and the foyer, which stands out at night from the transparent building towards the urban landscape. Le Perroquet with anti-glare screen are installed along the upper edge of the external perimeter of the buildings, ensuring excellent performance and maximum visual comfort. A carefully studied lighting design was developed for the surface of the large dome divided

in 4 horizontal levels. The lowest level in the back of the theatre and concert hall is illuminated with recessed Light Up Walk professional with wall washer optic that guarantee perfect light on the walls, enphatising the colour and warmth of the wood. The other levels of the vault are lit with Le Perroquet with spot and flood optic installed at two different heights and aimed in such a way to create decrerasing colour shades and tones on the wooden surfaces. Finally, Zoom mini spots are used for the artworks exhibited in the corridors.

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Shanghai - China: Oriental Art Centre Projects

lighting project: ADPI, Paul Andreu, Chinese Architecture Institute: ECADI architectural project: ADPI, Paul Andreu, Chinese Architecture Institute: ECADI photographer: Hans Schlupp

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In the brand new Oriental Art Centre of Shanghai in the Pu Dong district of Shanghai completed in December 2004. the Parisian architect Paul Andreu has created, in his own words, “a radiant and transparent building, as if by magic.� The orchid-shaped Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre covers an area of some 23,350 square metres. Surrounded by a large park, it is one of the largest and best known projects built in Shanghai, if not in the whole of Asia, in the past two years. It is a public cultural building funded by the City of Shanghai.

The complex accommodates three auditoriums: a 1,979-seat concert hall, a theatre with seating for 1,054 people and an auditorium for chamber music, with a capacity of 330. It also accommodates annexed public structures, such as an exhibition hall, music shops, a restaurant, an art library and a multimedia and training centre. Paul Andreu wanted this "melting pot" of music and theatre to have a strong visual impact, especially in the evening, when the audiences are inside. He also wanted to convey a sense of mystery, without creating a closed or heavy structure.

To create this sense of light, Paul Andreu used Gem luminaires in all entrances to common areas, in shopping areas and side corridors, that can be seen from the outside. In order to install the Gem luminaires at a variety of levels the length of the suspension cables was modified.

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Lighting management systems

New York: Lighting Reaserch Center del Renssaeler Polytechnic Institute di Troy

Light has always had a fundamental role. And it's on light that iGuzzini has founded its corporate identity and developed its research. Either natural or artificial, light is part of our life and affects our biological rhythms and daily activities. Over the years iGuzzini has carried out an intense research programme that has LED to the development of lighting management systems to take full advantage of correct lighting. Back in 1988 the investigation started with Sivra;, in collaboration with Spazio S.a.S of Milan, the National Research Institute, the

Sivra laboratory

Dynamic light automatically changes light levels and colour temperature.

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Natural light, in its daily rhythm, can be considered life’s very clock, producing scientifically measured psychological and biological effects on human beings. The iGuzzini biodynamic lighting systems reproduce, in areas where they are installed, Bright Light and dynamic light. Bright Light is light that is, by virtue of very intense lighting (over 2500 lux), able to augment the production of hormones in our bodies during the hours we are awake. The desire to sleep will diminish, making us more active and receptive to external stimuli, positively influencing our mental states and improving our mood without producing stress.

Dynamic light, changes lighting levels and colour temperatures. It increases the stimulating capability of the space and it keeps our minds active. This is an important issue if you consider that today the majority of work spaces are not the slightest stimulating. Dynamic light also creates a temporary dimension just like sunlight, giving us a chronological measurement of time.

Lighting Research Center of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of Troy and Futuro of Florence. The project demonstrated the importance of correct lighting management in work activities. Originally developed as a solution to problems encountered in enclosed settings, Sivra (Variable Lighting System with Automatic Regulation) showed that the use of light can stimulate the human body, improve concentration and productivity skills. Sivra is the first concrete result of the investigation, which has continued uninterrupted since then.


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Lighting management systems

Control functions

Today, lighting schemes are more complex than in the past. Supported by exhaustive know-how, vast experience and high awareness of social issues, iGuzzini replies to the user's diversified requests and energy saving and environmental requirements with a wide offer of lighting management systems. Chosen according to the specific functions and application areas, they represent the perfect solution for multiple settings and situations.

Through specific light control functions (presence sensors, daylight sensors and timers) used individually or in combination, light management systems guarantee: • Maximum energy saving and lower CO2 emissions. • Cost reduction • Maximum comfort for customers • Wide flexibility for each type of project • Possibility to create personalised light scenes

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Open Systems

LONWORKS®

DLC Master 1

Each space has its own configuration, specific purposes and exact lighting requirements. I Open light management systems with LON and DALI protocol operate with great flexibility and

versatility to meet the diverse needs of specific settings. They can be programmed and configured for perfect integration in all spaces. Connected to each individual interface, they allow for

• Management of 32 DALI addresses. • Colour touchpanel.. • Individual or group controls for dimming, switch on and off. • Creation of 4 luminous scenes.

• Adjustment of luminous intensity according to daylight. • Automatic self-diagnostic test. • IR remote control. • RGB Management.

managing every lighting fixture in the installation, as long as DALI. The selection of the light management system will depend on the type, size and complexity of the space.

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Control system for white or coloured light scenes in mono-settings with easy-to-use touch screen.

Scene Equalizer

System used to manage static or dynamic light scenes in max. 32 settings.

Master Pro

• Management of 64+64 DALI addresses (over 2 lines). • Management of max. 32 zones with 16 static scenes assigned to each zone. • Programming and activation of timed sequences. • PC interface for management and programming of the lighting installation through a synoptic panel.

• Individual or group control for dimming, switch on and off functions. • Adjustment of luminous intensity of artificial light according to daylight. • Infrared remote control (available as accessory). • RGB management and variation of white colour temperature.

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LONWORKS® Modular system for automatic integrated lighting management in buildings.

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• Lonwork-DALI protocols, management of max. 32,000 nodes. • Remote management of lighting installation over Internet TCP-IP (Transmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol).

• Automated management of shutters and electric motors. • Storage of “lamp hours” for programmed maintenance • RGB management and variation of white colour temperature.

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Coloured light control systems for LED and fluorescent fittings.

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• Plug and Play (64 DALI loads). • Colour control in manual or automatic mode. • Preloaded cycles ready to be played.

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Colour control system with LED and fluorescent fixtures installed in multi-setting configurations.

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• Plug and Play (80+80 DALI loads) (over 2 lines). • Smart card with customised cycles available on demand. • Preloaded cycles ready to be played. • Automatic or manual colour adjustment.

• Expandable system. • Automatic switch on and of with HD sensors. • Internal calendar.

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• Plug and Play (6 channels). • Management of monochromatic signalling LEDs.

• Preloaded effects (light chasing, anti-panic, flashing.

Control system for monochromatic signalling LEDs.

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Control system for RGB DALI LEDs

• Plug and Program (DALI loads). • 5 preloaded dynamic shows RGB LED luminaires • All connected products are independent and play light

effects, such as colour chasing, slow and fast transitions, plays of coloured light. • IR remote control (available as accessory)

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Light direction To avoid waste, integrate natural light and artificial light, create wellbeing and appealing atmospheres with the correct quantity of light for each situation, design light effects with a mixture of white and coloured lights, optimise maintenance costs and time with control systems: these are just a few of the operating advantages ensured by the use of ‘open’ systems based on the DALI protocol, which can be configured according to the final customer’s requirements.

The LonWorks® technology makes it possible to use the integrated management of light sources also in roller shutters and to monitor consumption in a whole building with building automation results. A series of DALI components is available to set up the multiple application systems.

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compatible with all DALI lighting fixtures

DLC Master 1 32 DALI addresse Control system for white or coloured light scenes in mono-settings with easy-to-use touch screen.

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DLC Master 1 was developed to let anyone dealing with a DALI-protocol system approach it in a very easy and friendly way. Master 1 makes it possible to manage, in either dynamically or manually, individual or group mode, any type of light source in order to create scenes suitable for any environment. The possible dialogue with multiple interfaces, the absence of power limits and the extreme flexibility and user-friendly management make DCL Master 1 the ideal product to realise all ideas of "light direction

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Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes

Scene equalizer 64+64 addresses (over 2 lines) System used to manage static or dynamic light scenes in max. 32 settings.

Scene Equalizer allows to select and simultaneously play different light scenes in the settings, with maximum customisation, simple installation, energy saving, and flexibility of lighting direction. Scene Equalizer is an active-light system that makes it possible to programme preset sequences of light scenes. The scenic light effects are able to stress emotions, technological needs, and operating developments. Intensity, movement, and colour are the new variable parameters of light that can be programmed and carried out with just a few simple actions.

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Light Management Building Building Light Management gives multi-storey buildings and complex structures the possibility to create a synergic integration between artificial and natural light, as well as between different control systems that communicate over a single universal information channel. With energy saving and maximum functionality as main goal, Building

Lighting Management responds to modern management requirements of lighting installations, making it possible to go from static to dynamic light with high performance and comfort. Based on LonWorks速 technology, it allows for optimised, flexible, strong, yet simple-to-install, solutions.

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Open Systems compatible with all DALI lighting fixtures

DALI protocol management

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RGB management

lamp diagnostics

Master Pro Max. 32,000 nodes Modular system for automatic integrated lighting management in buildings.

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The main goal of Master Pro is to provide a flexible solution for the dynamic requirements of buildings, saving on installation and running costs thanks to the integration of artificial lighting with daylight. Being an architecture with distributed intelligence, it allows for optimised connections and wiring. The heart of the system is the Control Unit, a programmable device used to acquire on-site variations and execute controls.

Remote control

Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes


Light management

Biodynamic light Natural light, in its rhythmic daily path, can be considered as life’s clock. It brings about scientifically measurable effects on people’s psycho-biological states and affects major physiological parameters such as the production of hormones, cognitive activities and moods according to illuminance and colour-temperature levels.

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4

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7

PM

5

6

6

5

9 2

10 1

Plug and Play

AM

7

3

Preconfigured Systems

Biodynamic light is a light that changes in colour and intensity over time and is able to reach very high illuminance levels. A series of components is available to meet different application needs.

12

11

Biodynamic light

compatible only with iGuzzini lighting fixtures

Remote control

Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes

Biodynamic Quick Max 64 DALI loads Dynamic-light system able to produce luminous stimuli and create time rhythms also in artificial environments without daylight.

Preconfigured luminaires

Sivra Compact

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Light air

Lineup

Express

Biodynamic Quick is a simple light control system designed to control multiple fittings at a time, LED and fluorescent ones, creating customised light scenes with biodynamic light. It plays predefined sequences for all products to obtain dynamic spatial variation by reproducing the natural changes of sunlight. Light plays a crucial role in any type of space.

It marks time and affects human biological rhythms, stimulating concentration, interest and attention. Biodynamic Quick is the ideal product to reply to multiple lighting requirements, ensuring suggestive scenographic effects with Plug and Play configuration.


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8

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4

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7

PM

5

6

6

5

9 2

10 1

Preconfigured Systems

Plug and Play

AM

7

3 12

11

Biodynamic light

compatible only with iGuzzini lighting fixtures

Smart card

Interface for standard push-button panel

Remote control

Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes

Light Equalizer Max 160 DALI loads Dynamic-light system able to produce luminous stimuli and create time rhythms also in artificial environments without daylight.

Light Equalizer controls biodynamic lighting fittings that are able to adjust colour temperatures and light intensities by reproducing biodynamic light. Management is carried out either manually or automatically by recalling preset cycles.

The Light Equalizer programme comes complete with a set of accessories such as a smart card for reading new preset cycles, lux sensors, presence sensors, IR control, and remote-control keypads.

Pre-configured compatible fixtures

Sivra Compact

Light air

Lineup

Express

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Light management

Coloured light direction The use of colour as a visual synthesis of different representations of the show business and art world goes back on time. More and more often have architects been feeling the need for light effects that include the use of colours for signalling, communication and attraction purposes as well as to create appealing scenic effects. A series of components is available to meet different application needs.

Preconfigured Systems

RGB

Plug and Play

Remote control

compatible only with iGuzzini lighting fixtures

Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes

Colour Quick Max 64 DALI loads Coloured light control systems for LED and fluorescent fittings.

Intuitive and user-friendly, Colour Quick is a colour control system for LED and RGB fluorescent luminaires. It plays predefined scenes and sequences to design settings with total flexibility. Space is alive and in continuous motion, with the possibility to create customised lighting directions.

When used to attract, communicate and signal, colour is capable of emphasising and valorising all settings that need an atmosphere full of magic and suggestion. The system is automatically configured with Plug and Play technology for easy, immediate use.

Pre-configured compatible fixtures

Express

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Microframe

Linealuce

Ledplus

Lineup

Compact Easy

iSign

Platea

Maxi Woody

Woody

Light up w.p. Light up light

Glim Cube


Preconfigured Systems

Plug and Play

RGB management

Smart Card

Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes

compatible only with iGuzzini lighting fixtures

Colour Equalizer Max 160 DALI loads Coloured light control system for LED and fluorescent fittings

RGB colour management system used to create coloured light effects on walls with RGB fluorescent fittings or simply generate signalling lights with RGB LED's.

Preset colour changes can be carried out based on standard cycles or directly programmed in a smart-card for maximum customisation of coloured light cycles. The system can also be equipped with presence sensors.

Pre-configured compatible fixtures

Express

Microframe

Linealuce

Ledplus

Lineup

Compact Easy

iSign

Platea

Maxi Woody

Woody

Light up w.p. Light up light

Glim Cube

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Light management

Dynamic light The management of the signalling function through LEDs has become a priority for some spaces: signalling way outs, emergency exits, dangerous obstacles or compulsory paths becomes easy with the use of Plug and Play systems. A series of components is available to meet different application needs.

Fast

Slow

Preconfigured Systems

Plug and Play

Dynamic light

compatible only with iGuzzini lighting fixtures

Monochromatic LEDs

Program speed control

Effect Equalizer Max 6 channels Control system for monochromatic signalling LEDs.

Pre-configured compatible fixtures

Ledplus

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This system was developed with some preset sequences for the execution of fixed scenes, guiding paths in space, light-chasing effects, no-panic signalling, flashing. The panel keys make it possible to choose the loops and adjust the light intensity and speed of the sequences to be carried out.

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Lux+

O

Lux-

Light intensity control

Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes


The table shows the management of a matrix with different combinations, in which each square represents the effect of a single fixture

Preconfigured Systems

Plug and Program

RGB Dynamic

Remote control

compatible only with iGuzzini lighting fixtures

Compatible with Eurostandard and Schuko junction boxes

Dynamic effects

Colour Dynamic Quick DALI loads Control system for RGB DALI LEDs

Colour Dynamic Quick is a simple flexible system used to control LED and RGB fluorescent luminaires to execute predefined light and colour scenes in sequences, forming versatile plays of light and endless chromatic effects, such as chasing effects, transitions, passages, and colour changes. Settings come to life and are filled with lively chromatic tones and colour mixtures. A fantasy of luminous scenes to meet the user's lighting requirements at best.

The Plug and Program* system allows for setting the products individually to obtain schemes and sequences that are emphasised by the available programmes.

*Upon first installation the products must be recognised and ordered to obtain the desired scenographic effect. The use of Colour Dynamic Quick provides a functional characterisation of the lighting fixtures of the specific installation.

Pre-configured compatible fixtures

Express

Microframe

Linealuce

Ledplus

Platea

Maxi Woody

Woody

Light up w.p. Light up light

Glim Cube

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Credits The Publisher will not be responsible for any inaccuracies or deficiencies in project credits given by collaborators. Additions and corrections will be included in the next edition.

Hermitage Saint Petersburg Louvre Les Arts Premiers Britsh Museum King’s Library Galleria Borghese Palazzo Pitti Palazzo Madama Egyptian Museum Biblioteca Morgan Library Asturian Centre Collezione egizia Altes Museum Nasher Sculpture Center High Museum of Art Es Baluard Museum Zentrum Paul Klee Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Agnelli Art Gallery Lingotto San Domenici Monumental Complex Musée Matisse Museo Nacional Centro Arte Reina Sofia March-11 Memorial Exposición Jean Nouvel Champs Libres Beaubourg Dancing Satyr of Mazara del Vallo Opera by Alfredo Pirri Triennale Bovisa Palazzo delle Esposizioni National Centre for the Performing Arts Oriental Art Centre

Russia Paris, France London, England Rome, Italy Florence, Italy Turin, Italy Turin, Italy New York, USA La Habana, Cuba Berlin, Germany Dallas, USA Atlanta, USA Palma de Mallorca, Spain Bern, Switzerland La Habana, Cuba Turin, Italy Forlì, Italy Le Cateau Cambresis, France Madrid, Spain Madrid, Spain Madrid, Spain Rennes, France Paris, France Paris, France Paris, France Milan, Italy Rome, Italy Beijing, China Shanghai, China

Victoria & Albert Museum gardens Statue for 11 September victims Melbourne Arts Centre Cappella Baglioni Museum of Sciences and Technology Urban Planning Shanghai Museo della Vandea Versace Theatre Alinari National Museum of Photography Les tresor engloutis d'egypte De young Museum Peace Tower by Yoko Ono Vela Museum Museum of Anthropology and Contemporary Art of Guayaquil National Gallery of Umbria Burri Foundation Gallery of Botanical Art in Kew Gardens Museo "Camon Aznar" Broad Contemporary Art Museum Morgan Library Museo della Bassa Friulana Centro de Arte Santa Monica: "Permitirse la Libertad" exhibition by Ron Arad Exhibition at Coliseum "Forma. La città moderna e il suo Passato", Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas Canova Exhibition at Museo Correr in Venice Arnaldo Pomodoro Exhibition Le Grand Louvre - ala Richelieu Aile Rohan (Louvre) Picasso Museum Museum of Byzantine Culture Palaeontology Museum Exhibition areas at Beaubourg The Palace of Music

London, Great Britain Padua, Italy Melbourne, Australia Spello, Italy Milan, Italy Shanghai, China France Milan - Italy Florence, Italy Paris, France San Francisco, USA Videy, Iceland Ligornetto, Switzerland Ecuador

The Concept section was developed in collaboration with Mark Sutton Vane of Sutton Vane Associates. Graphics Studio Conti Printing Tecnostampa Recanati - Italy - 6/2009

Perugia, Italy Città di Castello, Perugia, Italy London, England Zaragoza, Spain Los Angeles, USA New York, USA Torviscosa, Udine, Italy Barcelona, Spain

Rome, Italy

Venezia, Italy Sassoferrato, Italy Paris, France Paris, France Malaga, Spain Thessaloniki, Greece Naples, Italy Paris, France Rome, Italy


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.

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 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

Not protected

0

Not protected

IK00

Not protected

1

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 50 mm

1

Protected against the vertical fall of water drops

IK01

Protected against 0,15 J shocks

2

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 12mm.

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

IK02

2

Protected against 0,2 J shocks

3

4

5 6

Protected against penetration of solids than 2.5 mm. Protected against the penetration of solids larger than 1 mm. Protected against the penetration of dust. Completely protected against penetration of dust.

International distributors

Subsidiaries

Classification of fittings

3

Protected against rain

4

Protected against splashes

5

Protected against jets of water

IK03

Protected against 0,35 J shocks

IK04

Protected against 0,5 J shocks

IK05

Protected against 0,7 J shocks

6

Protected against waves

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

8

…m

IK08

Protected against 5 J shocks

IK09

Protected against 10 J shocks

IK10

Protected against 20 J shocks

Internal lighting systems The internal catalogue presents indoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management systems, Biodynamic light systems, RGB systems, Mains voltage spotlights and tracks, DALI spotlights and tracks, Low voltage spotlights and tracks, Modular sectional systems, Systems and professional fluorescent pendant, 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, Ceiling-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-mounted luminaires, Professional wall-mounted luminaires, Ambient lighting wall-mounted luminaires, Emergency lighting luminaires, Wall/floor recessed luminaires, Table lamps, Floor lamps, Feature lighting.

BENELUX Belgio e Lussemburgo 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 The Netherlands iGuzzini illuminazione Benelux Bvba/Sprl Plesmanstraat 59 3905 KZ Veenendaal Tel. +31 317 497 865 Fax +31 317 497 866 info@iguzzini.nl

FINLAND iGuzzini Finland & Baltic Lemuntie 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. +358 207 289 840 Fax +358 9 802 4566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi FRANCE iGuzzini illuminazione France S.A. 10, boulevard de la Bastille 75012 PARIS Tel. 01 40 52 81 81 Fax 01 40 52 81 82 iguzzini@iguzzini.fr

CHINA iGuzzini Lighting (China) Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park SHANGHAI 201401 Tel. +86 021 6341 1199 Fax +86 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

GERMANY iGuzzini illuminazione Deutschland GmbH - Zentrale Bunsenstrasse 5 82152 PLANEGG Tel. 089 8569880 Fax 089 85698833 info@iguzzini.de

DENMARK iGuzzini illuminazione Danmark Filial af iGuzzini illuminazione Spa, Italien Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 KØBENHAVN K Tel. 33 17 95 95 - Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk

HONG KONG-MACAO-TAIWAN iGuzzini Hong Kong Limited Suite 401, Lincoln House, Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road Quarry Bay, HONG KONG Tel. 852 2516 6504 Fax 852 2856 2981 iguzzini@iguzzini.com.hk

NORTH AMERICA iGuzzini Lighting North America 5455 Rue De Gaspe MONTREAL (QUEBEC) H2T 3B3 Tel. 514 523 1339 - Fax 514 525 6107 46 Spadina Avenue TORONTO (ONTARIO) M5V 2H8 Tel. 416 408 3995 - Fax 416 408 4269 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA NORWAY iGuzzini illuminazione Norge A.S. Brynsveien 5 0667 OSLO Tel. 23067850 - Fax 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no RUSSIA iGuzzini Illuminazione Russia OOO KHIMKI Business Park 8th district, Khimki Leningradskoe shosse Moscow region, 141400 Russia Tel. +7 495 9679496 - Fax +7 495 967 9498 SINGAPORE iGuzzini South East Asia 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre SINGAPORE 609927 Tel. +65 65677910 - Fax +65 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg

External lighting systems The External catalogue presents outdoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management 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, Light flow regulation device for pole-mounted systems, Pendant luminaires, Professional fittings with dynamic colour changes, Floodlights, Wall/ceiling-mounting fittings, Ceiling-mounted fittings, Recessed fittings for driveways, Recessed fittings for pedestrian areas, Wall-washer luminaires, Specific lighting effect luminaires, Systems for residential areas, Pathway fittings for residential/ public areas, In-ground spike luminaires, Wall-mounted luminaires, Recessed fittings.

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

HAMBURG Rugenbarg 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 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

Approvals

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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.

ARGENTINA Proyecto illuminación Esmeralda 718, piso 6 - of. E Buenos Aires - 1007 Tel./Fax +54 11 5237 2205 cell. 15 5451 8292 info@iguzzini.com.ar proyectos@iguzzini.com.ar

SWEDEN iGuzzini Illuminazione Sweden Filial of iGuzzini Illuminazione S.p.A., Italy box 22 312, 10422, Kungsgatan 71, 112 27, Stockholm, Sweden iguzzini@iguzzini.it

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

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 Astolat Way Astolat Business Park Off Old Portsmouth Road GUILDFORD SURREY GU3 1NE Tel. 01483 468 000 Fax 01483 468 001 info@iguzzini.co.uk

Partner assistance

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

NEW YORK 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA 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

LONDON Suite 309-312 Business Design Centre 52, Upper Street ISLINGTON LONDON N1 0QH Tel. 020 7288 6056 Fax 020 7288 6054

KØBENHAVN Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 KØBENHAVN K Tel. 33 17 95 95 Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk

GLASGOW 4 Berkeley Street GLASGOW, Scotland G3 7DW Tel. 0141 229 1322 Fax 0141 248 5301

HELSINKI Lemuntie 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. +358 207 289 840 Fax +358 9 802 4566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi

CHINA iGuzzini illuminazione Beijing 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

DUBAI iGuzzini Middle East Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA) Bldg. No. 6 East, Office No. 835 - Block B DUBAI United Arab Emirates Tel. +971 4 7017825 Fax +971 4 7017830 iguzzini.me@iguzzini.ae

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 SINGAPORE 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre SINGAPORE 609927 Tel. +65 65677910 Fax +65 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg SHANGHAI iGuzzini Lighting Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park SHANGHAI 201401 Tel. +86 021 6341 1199 Fax +86 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

AUSTRIA Trilux Leuchten GmbH Carlbergergasse 68 1230 WIEN Tel. 01 8693538 - Fax 01 8693538 33 wien@trilux.at AZERBAIJAN A+A Group of Companies 24B, Akhmedbey Agaouglu AZ1008, Baku, Azerbaijan Tel./Fax +(994 12) 4960026 - +(994 12) 4473688 admin@aainter.com BAHAMAS (see Panama) BAHRAIN Al Bait 81, Old Palace Avenue, Hoora P. O. Box 613 Manama - Kingdom of Bahrain Tel. 00973 17534354 - Fax 00973 17535422 albait@batelco.com.bh

RUSSIAN FEDERATION iGuzzini illuminazione St. Petersburg Sofiskaya Street 14 RU-192236 St. Petersburg Tel. +7 812 326 6565 Fax +7 812 326 6562

LITUANIA Korgas UAB P. Lukšio g. 19 LT-09132 Vilnius, Lithuania Tel. +370 5 274 1500 Fax +370 5 274 1501 info@korgas.lt

GEORDAN World of Lights Imthari Al-N’aimat St. - Khalda P.O.Box 3897 Amman 11821 Jordan Tel. 00962 6 55 46 107 Fax 00962 6 55 46 105 info@worldoflights.net

MALTA Apex Interiors Ltd Triq iz-Zaghfran Attard, Malta. ATD 9013 Tel. 00356 21423835 - 00356 21423836 Fax 00356 21423837 info@ail.com.mt

GREECE Diathlasis S.A. Athens Office - Headquarters 4 Kifisias Av., 15125 Marousi Tel. +30 211 2002500 Fax +30 211 2002599 info@diathlasis.gr Branch Office 8 Papakiritsi st. & Andrianoupoleos (4th floor), 55133 Thessaloniki Tel. +30 2310 416021 Fax +30 2310 416031 brastianou@diathlasis.gr

MOROCCO Industrie Light - Luisance 242, Boulevard ZERKTOUNI Casablanca Tel. +212 22 47 13 10 / 22 47 06 54 Fax +212 22 47 02 13 luisance@menara.ma

HUNGARY K-liGht Világítástechnikai Kft 1119 BUDAPEST Andor u. 47-49. Tel. 01 463 5023 - Fax 01 463 5025 klight@klight.hu

CAYMAN (see Panama) CHILE Opendark S.A San Sebastian 2839 Las Condes SANTIAGO Tel. +56 23737100 - Fax +56 23737150 info@opendark.cl

ISLANDA GH Heildverslun ehf. Gardatorgi 7 - 210 GARDABAER - Iceland Tel. +354 5656560 Fax +354 5656160 gh@gh.is

CROATIA Lumenart - Iluminancija d.o.o. Veruda, 60/B 52100 PULA Croatia Tel. +385 52 535 939 - Fax +385 52 535 949 lumenart@lumenart.net

JAPAN Yamagiwa Corporation 1-5-10 Sotokanda Chiyoda-Ku, TOKYO 101-0021 Japan. Tel. +81 3 3253 5111 Fax +81 3 3253 5387 press@yamagiwa.co.jp

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA Tim - Lighting Sistem d.o.o. Čemaluša br. 3 71000 - SARAJEVO Tel./Fax 00387 (33) 206 541/262 520 tim.l.s@bih.net.ba 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

CUBA (see Panama) CZECH REPUBLIC Etna s.r.o. Meˇcislavova,2 PRAHA 4, 140 00 Tel. +420 257320595/257320597 Fax +420 257310604 etna@etna.cz EGYPT Arab Industrial and International Trading Co. (Zaki El Sewedy Group) 12 Gameat El Dowal Al Arabia st, Mohandseen, Giza, Egypt Tel. +202 33443762 - 33455806 - 33048880 Fax +202 33443762 - 33443763 ap.c@elsewedy.net

UNI EN ISO 9001 UNI EN ISO 14001

ESTONIA Moodne Valgustus Rävala pst. 7 TALLINN 10143 Estonia Tel. 667 6670 moodne@valgustus.ee

INDIA L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. 105, Allied House, 1, Local Shopping Centre, Madangir, New Delhi - 110062 Tel. +91-11-41649021, 26057237 Fax +91-11-41649020, 29963698 lsiindia@vsnl.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. Unit No. 416, 4th fl., Durian Estate Goregaon - Mulund Link Road Goregaon (E) Mumbai 400 063 Tel. +91-22-40037356 Fax +91-22-40037355 lsimumbai@lsiindia.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. No.408, 4th Floor, House of Lords, 15-16, St. Marks, Road, Bangalore - 560001 Tel. +91-80-41306392 Fax +91-11-41306391 lsibangalore@lsiindia.com

SEM 1986 d.d. Boktuljin put b.b. 21000 SPLIT Tel. +385 21 352 444 - 21 352 567 Fax +385 21 367 077 sem@sem.hr

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

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

KUWAIT Easa Husain Al-Yousifi & Sons Co. General Trading & Contracting WLL 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 LETTONIA Gaismas Stils SIA 12 Maskavas Street, Riga, Latvia, LV1050 Office +371 67276760 Mob. +371 29269967 Fax +371 67369698 info@gaismasstils.lv

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. (00968) 24594621 Fax (00968) 24594622 - 24594627 lighting.projects@zubairelectric.com PANAMA Everblue Trading Inc. Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle 53 Mezzanine Edificio Omega Adpo 0816-00744 Panama City - Panama Tel. (507) 263 5333 / 301 6600 Fax. (507) 264 0181 / 301 6607 everblueinc@hotmail.com PERÙ Trazzo Iluminacion S.A.C. Libertadores 274 San Isidro Lima Peru Tel. +511 615 9900 - Fax +511 615 9920 ventas@trazzoiluminacion.com 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 4355550 - 4423262 Fax +974 4365642 psdoha@qatar.net.qa ROMANIA Interiors Data Trade srl Showroom: Sphera Building Center Piata Pache protopopescu nr.1/11 Bucuresti 021401 Tel. +4021 319 08 45 - Fax +4021 319 07 67 marketing@idt.ro - office@idt.ro SAUDI ARABIA Al Fadda Group for Trading and Contracting 818 King Fahad Street,North way 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 Ratarski put 39b, 11080 Belgrade, Serbia tel. (+381)11 316-6275-11316-7574-11316-8846 fax +381 11 3166-356 office@modernstudiolighting.com 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. Košická 39-41 821 08 BRATISLAVA Tel./Fax +421 2 5542 2969 bratislava@bellatrix.sk Bellatrix, s.r.o. ul. Janka Krála 7 974 01 BANSKÁ BYSTRICA Tel. +421 903 505 473 SLOVENIA Arcadia Lightwear Trzaska Cesta 222 SI-1000 Ljubljana Tel. +386 (0) 1 256 21 74 Fax +386 (0) 1 423 50 25 info@arcadia-svetila.si SOUTH AFRICA Spazio Lighting (Pty) Limited 52 Andries Street North Wynberg/Sandton. 2021 P.O. Box 652324 Benmore 2010 SOUTH AFRICA Tel. 011 555 5555 Fax 011 555 5544 SOUTH KOREA MIRAEBOIM Co., Ltd. Address: #301, Daeyoung B/D, 656-385, Seonsu-1ga, 2 dong, Seondong-gu, Seoul Korea, 133-823 Tel. +82 2 464 1393 Fax +82 2 464 1394 mirae@miraeboim.com THAILAND LIVE LIGHTING CO., Ltd. 219/55 Asoke Towers,16th floor Sukhumvit 21, Klongtoey Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel. +662-259 5151 Fax +662-259 5100 Mob. +6681-808-2623 niraporn@livelighting.net TUNISIA KBR 147 Av de la liberte. 1002 Tunis. TUNISIE. Tel. + 216 71 802 446 Fax +216 71 802 856 Mob. + 216 97 348 700 kbr@kbr-net.com TURKEY Tepta Aydinlatma A.S. Agahamam Cad. Aga Han No.1 34425 Cihangir - ISTANBUL Tel 0212 2527212 Fax 0212 2527214 ithalat@tepta.com UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Projects & Supplies (L.L.C) P.O.Box 11191 Dubai, U.A.E. Tel. +971-4-2898828 Fax +971-4-2898829 mailbox@projectsandsupplies.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


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.

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 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

Not protected

0

Not protected

IK00

Not protected

1

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 50 mm

1

Protected against the vertical fall of water drops

IK01

Protected against 0,15 J shocks

2

Protected against penetration of solids larger than 12mm.

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

IK02

2

Protected against 0,2 J shocks

3

4

5 6

Protected against penetration of solids than 2.5 mm. Protected against the penetration of solids larger than 1 mm. Protected against the penetration of dust. Completely protected against penetration of dust.

International distributors

Subsidiaries

Classification of fittings

3

Protected against rain

4

Protected against splashes

5

Protected against jets of water

IK03

Protected against 0,35 J shocks

IK04

Protected against 0,5 J shocks

IK05

Protected against 0,7 J shocks

6

Protected against waves

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

8

…m

IK08

Protected against 5 J shocks

IK09

Protected against 10 J shocks

IK10

Protected against 20 J shocks

Internal lighting systems The internal catalogue presents indoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management systems, Biodynamic light systems, RGB systems, Mains voltage spotlights and tracks, DALI spotlights and tracks, Low voltage spotlights and tracks, Modular sectional systems, Systems and professional fluorescent pendant, 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, Ceiling-mounted luminaires, Ceiling/wall-mounted luminaires, Professional wall-mounted luminaires, Ambient lighting wall-mounted luminaires, Emergency lighting luminaires, Wall/floor recessed luminaires, Table lamps, Floor lamps, Feature lighting.

BENELUX Belgio e Lussemburgo 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 The Netherlands iGuzzini illuminazione Benelux Bvba/Sprl Plesmanstraat 59 3905 KZ Veenendaal Tel. +31 317 497 865 Fax +31 317 497 866 info@iguzzini.nl

FINLAND iGuzzini Finland & Baltic Lemuntie 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. +358 207 289 840 Fax +358 9 802 4566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi FRANCE iGuzzini illuminazione France S.A. 10, boulevard de la Bastille 75012 PARIS Tel. 01 40 52 81 81 Fax 01 40 52 81 82 iguzzini@iguzzini.fr

CHINA iGuzzini Lighting (China) Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park SHANGHAI 201401 Tel. +86 021 6341 1199 Fax +86 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

GERMANY iGuzzini illuminazione Deutschland GmbH - Zentrale Bunsenstrasse 5 82152 PLANEGG Tel. 089 8569880 Fax 089 85698833 info@iguzzini.de

DENMARK iGuzzini illuminazione Danmark Filial af iGuzzini illuminazione Spa, Italien Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 KØBENHAVN K Tel. 33 17 95 95 - Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk

HONG KONG-MACAO-TAIWAN iGuzzini Hong Kong Limited Suite 401, Lincoln House, Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road Quarry Bay, HONG KONG Tel. 852 2516 6504 Fax 852 2856 2981 iguzzini@iguzzini.com.hk

NORTH AMERICA iGuzzini Lighting North America 5455 Rue De Gaspe MONTREAL (QUEBEC) H2T 3B3 Tel. 514 523 1339 - Fax 514 525 6107 46 Spadina Avenue TORONTO (ONTARIO) M5V 2H8 Tel. 416 408 3995 - Fax 416 408 4269 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA NORWAY iGuzzini illuminazione Norge A.S. Brynsveien 5 0667 OSLO Tel. 23067850 - Fax 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no RUSSIA iGuzzini Illuminazione Russia OOO KHIMKI Business Park 8th district, Khimki Leningradskoe shosse Moscow region, 141400 Russia Tel. +7 495 9679496 - Fax +7 495 967 9498 SINGAPORE iGuzzini South East Asia 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre SINGAPORE 609927 Tel. +65 65677910 - Fax +65 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg

External lighting systems The External catalogue presents outdoor fittings divided into the following systems: Light management 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, Light flow regulation device for pole-mounted systems, Pendant luminaires, Professional fittings with dynamic colour changes, Floodlights, Wall/ceiling-mounting fittings, Ceiling-mounted fittings, Recessed fittings for driveways, Recessed fittings for pedestrian areas, Wall-washer luminaires, Specific lighting effect luminaires, Systems for residential areas, Pathway fittings for residential/ public areas, In-ground spike luminaires, Wall-mounted luminaires, Recessed fittings.

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

HAMBURG Rugenbarg 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 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

Approvals

03

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.

ARGENTINA Proyecto illuminación Esmeralda 718, piso 6 - of. E Buenos Aires - 1007 Tel./Fax +54 11 5237 2205 cell. 15 5451 8292 info@iguzzini.com.ar proyectos@iguzzini.com.ar

SWEDEN iGuzzini Illuminazione Sweden Filial of iGuzzini Illuminazione S.p.A., Italy box 22 312, 10422, Kungsgatan 71, 112 27, Stockholm, Sweden iguzzini@iguzzini.it

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

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 Astolat Way Astolat Business Park Off Old Portsmouth Road GUILDFORD SURREY GU3 1NE Tel. 01483 468 000 Fax 01483 468 001 info@iguzzini.co.uk

Partner assistance

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

NEW YORK 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA 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

LONDON Suite 309-312 Business Design Centre 52, Upper Street ISLINGTON LONDON N1 0QH Tel. 020 7288 6056 Fax 020 7288 6054

KØBENHAVN Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 KØBENHAVN K Tel. 33 17 95 95 Fax 33 17 95 96 info@iguzzini.dk

GLASGOW 4 Berkeley Street GLASGOW, Scotland G3 7DW Tel. 0141 229 1322 Fax 0141 248 5301

HELSINKI Lemuntie 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. +358 207 289 840 Fax +358 9 802 4566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi

CHINA iGuzzini illuminazione Beijing 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

DUBAI iGuzzini Middle East Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA) Bldg. No. 6 East, Office No. 835 - Block B DUBAI United Arab Emirates Tel. +971 4 7017825 Fax +971 4 7017830 iguzzini.me@iguzzini.ae

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 SINGAPORE 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre SINGAPORE 609927 Tel. +65 65677910 Fax +65 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg SHANGHAI iGuzzini Lighting Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park SHANGHAI 201401 Tel. +86 021 6341 1199 Fax +86 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

AUSTRIA Trilux Leuchten GmbH Carlbergergasse 68 1230 WIEN Tel. 01 8693538 - Fax 01 8693538 33 wien@trilux.at AZERBAIJAN A+A Group of Companies 24B, Akhmedbey Agaouglu AZ1008, Baku, Azerbaijan Tel./Fax +(994 12) 4960026 - +(994 12) 4473688 admin@aainter.com BAHAMAS (see Panama) BAHRAIN Al Bait 81, Old Palace Avenue, Hoora P. O. Box 613 Manama - Kingdom of Bahrain Tel. 00973 17534354 - Fax 00973 17535422 albait@batelco.com.bh

RUSSIAN FEDERATION iGuzzini illuminazione St. Petersburg Sofiskaya Street 14 RU-192236 St. Petersburg Tel. +7 812 326 6565 Fax +7 812 326 6562

LITUANIA Korgas UAB P. Lukšio g. 19 LT-09132 Vilnius, Lithuania Tel. +370 5 274 1500 Fax +370 5 274 1501 info@korgas.lt

GEORDAN World of Lights Imthari Al-N’aimat St. - Khalda P.O.Box 3897 Amman 11821 Jordan Tel. 00962 6 55 46 107 Fax 00962 6 55 46 105 info@worldoflights.net

MALTA Apex Interiors Ltd Triq iz-Zaghfran Attard, Malta. ATD 9013 Tel. 00356 21423835 - 00356 21423836 Fax 00356 21423837 info@ail.com.mt

GREECE Diathlasis S.A. Athens Office - Headquarters 4 Kifisias Av., 15125 Marousi Tel. +30 211 2002500 Fax +30 211 2002599 info@diathlasis.gr Branch Office 8 Papakiritsi st. & Andrianoupoleos (4th floor), 55133 Thessaloniki Tel. +30 2310 416021 Fax +30 2310 416031 brastianou@diathlasis.gr

MOROCCO Industrie Light - Luisance 242, Boulevard ZERKTOUNI Casablanca Tel. +212 22 47 13 10 / 22 47 06 54 Fax +212 22 47 02 13 luisance@menara.ma

HUNGARY K-liGht Világítástechnikai Kft 1119 BUDAPEST Andor u. 47-49. Tel. 01 463 5023 - Fax 01 463 5025 klight@klight.hu

CAYMAN (see Panama) CHILE Opendark S.A San Sebastian 2839 Las Condes SANTIAGO Tel. +56 23737100 - Fax +56 23737150 info@opendark.cl

ISLANDA GH Heildverslun ehf. Gardatorgi 7 - 210 GARDABAER - Iceland Tel. +354 5656560 Fax +354 5656160 gh@gh.is

CROATIA Lumenart - Iluminancija d.o.o. Veruda, 60/B 52100 PULA Croatia Tel. +385 52 535 939 - Fax +385 52 535 949 lumenart@lumenart.net

JAPAN Yamagiwa Corporation 1-5-10 Sotokanda Chiyoda-Ku, TOKYO 101-0021 Japan. Tel. +81 3 3253 5111 Fax +81 3 3253 5387 press@yamagiwa.co.jp

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA Tim - Lighting Sistem d.o.o. Čemaluša br. 3 71000 - SARAJEVO Tel./Fax 00387 (33) 206 541/262 520 tim.l.s@bih.net.ba 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

CUBA (see Panama) CZECH REPUBLIC Etna s.r.o. Meˇcislavova,2 PRAHA 4, 140 00 Tel. +420 257320595/257320597 Fax +420 257310604 etna@etna.cz EGYPT Arab Industrial and International Trading Co. (Zaki El Sewedy Group) 12 Gameat El Dowal Al Arabia st, Mohandseen, Giza, Egypt Tel. +202 33443762 - 33455806 - 33048880 Fax +202 33443762 - 33443763 ap.c@elsewedy.net

UNI EN ISO 9001 UNI EN ISO 14001

ESTONIA Moodne Valgustus Rävala pst. 7 TALLINN 10143 Estonia Tel. 667 6670 moodne@valgustus.ee

INDIA L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. 105, Allied House, 1, Local Shopping Centre, Madangir, New Delhi - 110062 Tel. +91-11-41649021, 26057237 Fax +91-11-41649020, 29963698 lsiindia@vsnl.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. Unit No. 416, 4th fl., Durian Estate Goregaon - Mulund Link Road Goregaon (E) Mumbai 400 063 Tel. +91-22-40037356 Fax +91-22-40037355 lsimumbai@lsiindia.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. No.408, 4th Floor, House of Lords, 15-16, St. Marks, Road, Bangalore - 560001 Tel. +91-80-41306392 Fax +91-11-41306391 lsibangalore@lsiindia.com

SEM 1986 d.d. Boktuljin put b.b. 21000 SPLIT Tel. +385 21 352 444 - 21 352 567 Fax +385 21 367 077 sem@sem.hr

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

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

KUWAIT Easa Husain Al-Yousifi & Sons Co. General Trading & Contracting WLL 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 LETTONIA Gaismas Stils SIA 12 Maskavas Street, Riga, Latvia, LV1050 Office +371 67276760 Mob. +371 29269967 Fax +371 67369698 info@gaismasstils.lv

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. (00968) 24594621 Fax (00968) 24594622 - 24594627 lighting.projects@zubairelectric.com PANAMA Everblue Trading Inc. Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle 53 Mezzanine Edificio Omega Adpo 0816-00744 Panama City - Panama Tel. (507) 263 5333 / 301 6600 Fax. (507) 264 0181 / 301 6607 everblueinc@hotmail.com PERÙ Trazzo Iluminacion S.A.C. Libertadores 274 San Isidro Lima Peru Tel. +511 615 9900 - Fax +511 615 9920 ventas@trazzoiluminacion.com 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 4355550 - 4423262 Fax +974 4365642 psdoha@qatar.net.qa ROMANIA Interiors Data Trade srl Showroom: Sphera Building Center Piata Pache protopopescu nr.1/11 Bucuresti 021401 Tel. +4021 319 08 45 - Fax +4021 319 07 67 marketing@idt.ro - office@idt.ro SAUDI ARABIA Al Fadda Group for Trading and Contracting 818 King Fahad Street,North way 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 Ratarski put 39b, 11080 Belgrade, Serbia tel. (+381)11 316-6275-11316-7574-11316-8846 fax +381 11 3166-356 office@modernstudiolighting.com 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. Košická 39-41 821 08 BRATISLAVA Tel./Fax +421 2 5542 2969 bratislava@bellatrix.sk Bellatrix, s.r.o. ul. Janka Krála 7 974 01 BANSKÁ BYSTRICA Tel. +421 903 505 473 SLOVENIA Arcadia Lightwear Trzaska Cesta 222 SI-1000 Ljubljana Tel. +386 (0) 1 256 21 74 Fax +386 (0) 1 423 50 25 info@arcadia-svetila.si SOUTH AFRICA Spazio Lighting (Pty) Limited 52 Andries Street North Wynberg/Sandton. 2021 P.O. Box 652324 Benmore 2010 SOUTH AFRICA Tel. 011 555 5555 Fax 011 555 5544 SOUTH KOREA MIRAEBOIM Co., Ltd. Address: #301, Daeyoung B/D, 656-385, Seonsu-1ga, 2 dong, Seondong-gu, Seoul Korea, 133-823 Tel. +82 2 464 1393 Fax +82 2 464 1394 mirae@miraeboim.com THAILAND LIVE LIGHTING CO., Ltd. 219/55 Asoke Towers,16th floor Sukhumvit 21, Klongtoey Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Thailand Tel. +662-259 5151 Fax +662-259 5100 Mob. +6681-808-2623 niraporn@livelighting.net TUNISIA KBR 147 Av de la liberte. 1002 Tunis. TUNISIE. Tel. + 216 71 802 446 Fax +216 71 802 856 Mob. + 216 97 348 700 kbr@kbr-net.com TURKEY Tepta Aydinlatma A.S. Agahamam Cad. Aga Han No.1 34425 Cihangir - ISTANBUL Tel 0212 2527212 Fax 0212 2527214 ithalat@tepta.com UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Projects & Supplies (L.L.C) P.O.Box 11191 Dubai, U.A.E. Tel. +971-4-2898828 Fax +971-4-2898829 mailbox@projectsandsupplies.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


iGuzzini T h e H i s t o ry a n d C o m p a ny P h i l o s o p hy

We aren’t satisfied by simply making good lights. 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.

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

We have worked in and for “light” since 1958. This was the year when the Harvey Creazioni, a small company that produced lamps for the home, was founded. Today we are the leading Italian manufacturer in the “Lighting” market, and we rank among the top European manufacturers.

Art enriches the soul and promotes Culture. The many places where art is protagonist have traditionally been at the centre of iGuzzini's attention, as proved by the collection of projects illustrated in this catalogue. Museums and exhibitions areas operate to favour artistic and cultural development. Both permanent and temporary exhibitions collect and preserve artworks that are exhibited to the public to communicate their history and meaning. In this approach, light plays a fundamental role: it allows for best enjoyment, exalts the expressive potential of artworks and exhibition settings, valorises and protects the exhibits while respecting their original spirit and ensuring their preservation. Hermitage State Museum - Saint Petersburg, Russia

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

iGuzzini illuminazione spa

9.5518.000.0

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: Rome - Italy: Galleria Borghese - Photo: Patrizia Savarese


iGuzzini T h e H i s t o ry a n d C o m p a ny P h i l o s o p hy

We aren’t satisfied by simply making good lights. 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.

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

We have worked in and for “light” since 1958. This was the year when the Harvey Creazioni, a small company that produced lamps for the home, was founded. Today we are the leading Italian manufacturer in the “Lighting” market, and we rank among the top European manufacturers.

Art enriches the soul and promotes Culture. The many places where art is protagonist have traditionally been at the centre of iGuzzini's attention, as proved by the collection of projects illustrated in this catalogue. Museums and exhibitions areas operate to favour artistic and cultural development. Both permanent and temporary exhibitions collect and preserve artworks that are exhibited to the public to communicate their history and meaning. In this approach, light plays a fundamental role: it allows for best enjoyment, exalts the expressive potential of artworks and exhibition settings, valorises and protects the exhibits while respecting their original spirit and ensuring their preservation. Hermitage State Museum - Saint Petersburg, Russia

Art Places and Cultural Spaces

iGuzzini illuminazione spa

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On the cover: Rome - Italy: Galleria Borghese - Photo: Patrizia Savarese

Art Places and Cultural Spaces - iGuzzini  

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