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”
From the Swiss Corvatsch to the Bormio in Valtellina, from Carezza (Bolzano) to Madonna di Campiglio in Trentino Alto Adige up to France, Austria and Slovenia Continue reading “Night skiers, have fun!”
For us, joy lies in small things, which should be always lived with passion in order not to ever get used to surprise and beauty. Continue reading “Our advertising page on the October issue of Italian Lighting”
The LED lighting drives Bergamo towards the sustainability, so another city does the right thing, in a relamping procedure.
While looking forward to getting crazy with Jovanotti at the concerts of his Italian tour (next stages Florence and Bologna, here all dates), let’s enjoy his video: Lorenzo Illuminated. Continue reading “Lorenzo Illuminated and Illuminating, also on tour.”
You can admire the great LIQUID LIGHT installation by Fabrizio Plessi at the Venetian Arsenal. It is composed by the Llaüt, traditional boats of the Balearic Islands. Continue reading “Plessi in Venice”
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”
We chose a simple but effective graphic format, with a reference to the main colours of the Fair. Continue reading “Here is our advertising page on Italian Lighting that “invites” everyone to our first Euroluce!”
The Director and designer Nacho Guzman has shown with a video the importance of lighting in filming of a face. Continue reading “The light in a face”