The LED technology is today the protagonist in decorative lighting. Used, until few years ago, only in recessed spotlights or in the garden floodlights, now the led is the main light requested by consumers. I think that Euroluce 2017 will mark the official beginning of a new era in the house: the Led era.
All companies in the sector are exploring the world of Led light, trying to apply it to their own lamps, combining harmoniously technology, visual comfort and style.
One of the companies that, taken up this path, is achieving excellent results is Prandina.
At Euroluce 2017 Prandina will present three new collections: Landing, Led Machine and Sagesta.
This vast collection consists in seven suspensions and a table lamp. The materials used are glass, metal and methacrylate. Designed to save energy, the entire collection is equipped with modules of the latest generation integrated LEDs, available in different powers and temperatures. The study of light, whether direct or indirect, makes this charming collection adapted to be used both in private settings than in public areas.
It is a rigorous design the main characteristic of the three models that make up this family: a suspended lamp, a floor lamp with double light source dimmable (direct and indirect light) and a particular version that combines the concept of up and down through a sliding mechanism, installed on the ceiling.
This collection of suspended lamps in blown glass is characterized by a circular metal element which enhances its elegant shapes. Available immediately in two sizes and two colors, E27 bulb.
In addition to new products, Prandina will present the extension of two existing collections: Teodora Glass and Gift.
The Theodora collection, presented in 2015, is characterized by the simultaneous use of glass and metal. Following the success obtained in the market Prandina decided to propose a new GLASS version that literally reverses the composition of the structure: the diffuser, opal white blown glass, illuminates the environment; the upper part, in polished metal painted black, blue or opaque beige, gives a lively touch to the whole lamp.
Launched in 2016 with the table version proposed with the characteristic angle base, the GIFT collection now consists of a new element for the floor lighting and a new table version with round base. Designed by studio DINN !, it becomes part of the catalog Prandina. It is perfect for residential and contract projects due to the high possibility of customization, low maintenance costs, and innovative materials.
Thanks to Prandina‘s marketing office for sharing these info with Blog for Light.