If you have had the chance to read the previous article on how a new Rossini Illuminazione catalogue is produced, you’ll already have some idea of the work “hidden” between the pages of a new publication. We talked about commitment, enthusiasm, organisation and experience, all elements that a product catalogue needs to convey through its pages. But of course the luminaires in all their different sizes and models always remain the fundamental ingredient, and now we’ll tell you how we did it. We start by reminding you that Rossini Illuminazione products are divided into two catalogues, DECO and TECH, in other words, two ways of shaping and describing light that share the expertise of a brand specialised in designing ad hoc lighting systems. A wealth of ideas – from which painstaking research into style and technology becomes apparent – dedicated both to the end consumer and professionals, such as designers and planners, lighting engineers, installers and general contractors. Continue reading “The brand new TECH Rossini Illuminazione catalogue hot off the press”
Once it’s in print, a new catalogue that stands proud on the distributor’s counter or a designer’s bookshelf is primarily a complete, finished work. If it’s well designed, you will find it well organised, solid and simple to consult. And this is what it should be: a working tool to help people choose a type of lighting and the relevant products and technical and operational features. All of which is apparently very simple. Yet in actual fact, “producing” a new catalogue is tough work. It’s also fascinating, at times fun, but – seriously – not easy, because there’s a lot more involved than just sending it to be printed. Continue reading “Is it true that catalogues are created from light?”
Today a topic for strong palates! We tell you about the new photo-goniometer (pho-to-go-nio-me-ter) and let’s figure out together what it is and why it is so important. It’s an investment that Plexiform made recently, to equip their own technical Department with a device of the latest generation. Continue reading “Photo-goniometer”
The project requires specific technical requirements. Key concepts: relamping, large areas, energy efficiency.
Industrial is the third chapter that makes up the new Plexiform catalog, where to find variety, technological research and value for money, to interact with the market through dedicated services and design tools. Continue reading “Industrial / Energy&Relamping”
Lighting systems for environments of different types. Visual comfort for the office world, versatility and efficiency for the retail industry.
The most important novelty of the new Plexiform catalog is the division into four areas of use. One of these is Technical, which suggests solutions for the most diverse environments and applications, from office to retail sector as well as for home use. Continue reading “Technical / Office&Efficiency”
Design aesthetics is a major factor. Light that draws spaces and defines the volumes.
In the new Plexiform catalog, Architectural is a chapter devoted to design involving professional figures such as architects, lighting designers and specialized retailers or, why not, project solutions that arise from the collaboration of all these subjects. Continue reading “Architectural / Design&Light”
Last year, we briefly told you what participating in an international lighting fair means, as well as what it means at an organizational level for a family-run company, which arrived at “just” its third generation (it was founded in 1929), and what it means at a strategic level, as an investment and corporate philosophy.
Continue reading “Euroluce – We won’t be there. Why?”
In 2012, RossiniGroup acquired Plexiform, an Italian manufacturer that for almost 50 years has been engaged in the design, production and marketing of lighting fixtures characterised by cutting-edge solutions.
Continue reading “The Plexiform Brand”
This lamp is named after Via Filippo Turati in Milan, which is also a station of the underground Line 3, built in 1990 to connect the Central Railway Station to the Duomo.
Continue reading “TURATI 929MILANO”
OVO is a project encompassing two value levels: the first one is given by its specific design: simplicity, usability, rationality in aesthetic and functional terms.
Continue reading “OVO Plexiform”