What an extraordinary phenomenon light is. It defines the contours of people and things, and gives us useful information about shapes and colours. It makes objects transcend their own physical reality, and renders them desirable, so we want to look at them. And light doesn’t just let us see things: it also helps us to touch, analyse, and sculpt them by focusing on specific areas. It can be shaped, designed, domesticated, made ever more precise and reliable. Lighting can also be smart.
Being green isn’t a marketing ploy
Paying attention to social and environmental issues is essential to the future of any business. A sea change has undeniably taken place, and today it goes without saying that we must conserve limited natural resources. Every aspect of the business must be taken into account, from product design to production technology, the choice of materials, waste management, and the business’s global impact on the environment.
Sustainable design strategy
Sustainable design is a key success factor in the new economy, where companies must take responsibility for these issues. Dealing with them can be a challenge, but it is absolutely essential. We’ve set up a specific programme to ensure that our workshop uses resources effectively and appropriately. Products must be ergonomically designed, and make smart choices when it comes to the use of components. This is the key to remaining relevant in the new production environment.