Issue 2 July 2009
Your professional and international partner for creative and competitive solutions in shop lighting
NEW PRODUCT CAROLINA: visually attractive, technically performing
The Carolina model has been developed on the same
technical basis as the Picolo Rondo but it differs by
its rectangular, sober and compact style.
Its distinctive feature: combining a recessed and surface-
mounted appearance in a two-coloured set.
The positioning of the light source, decentred and set back,
makes light discrete while keeping high quality lighting by
using different reflectors amplitudes.
Thanks to the discharge lamps 20W and 35W of low energy
consumption, the Carolina ideally replaces the halogen
External frame available in white, black, grey and chrome; interior available in black.
Our new brochure: a fresh overview of the company
Who we are, what we do and how we work...
Through a dynamic and visual content, this publication
globally presents our line’s heads products and the core
of values we share in our customers’ relationships and
Do not hesitate to request your copy by e-mail.
EasyFairs 2009: new collaboration opportunities
On 3-4 June we took part in EasyFairs at Heysel
Brussels Expo. Open to the retail professionals, this trade
fair presents the latest technological evolutions and
trends intended to shops.
As we did last year, we shared the stand with MediaWind
specialised in shop multimedia communication.
We presented the main products of our recessed, surface-
mounted and track range. Interesting contacts have
been made with shop and sales managers wanting to
invest in creative, performing and sustainable lighting.
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Resp. Editor: Nicolas Fedorenko, Projection.eu
OUR LATEST PROJECTS Issue 2 July 2009
Further information about the product Mini Rondo
Further information about the Tora with bars
Further information about the Sofia
Further information about the Picolo Rondo
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