It's the details that really pops out in a room - or tie everything together. The Sweep and Scoot family can work both ways. The colourful luminaires can serve as the essential element in the room, which will give the space a coherent and unified look. The luminaire family will with its shapes and function tie the room together, by being the pieces that connect the dots.
The Sweep and Scoot family members can also be used as single units, as a “piece de resistance”, by treating them like artwork. Something that catches you eye, and makes your mind start to work. They are bold and odd choice, that stands out in relation to the rest of the interior design. Choose your way of working the family.
Scoot linear is the latest addition to the Sweep & Scoot family, and our tall little brother has a shape of its own.
Sweep, designed as a cut-off sphere, provides a colourful lighting solution for contemporary spaces.
Seen from below, Scoot has the shape of the classical “super circle”. Truly a shape of its own.
Research has shown that round shapes and soft lines are something that appeals to the human brain. This is something the designer duo Lars Pettersson and Morgan Rudberg, from architectural studio PetterssonRudberg, brought to the table when designing the Sweep & Scoot family.
The luminaires curved shapes and tactile material creates an intriguing, yet harmonious design, and the smoothly rounded fixtures speaks to us in a natural way. The family members are perfect in combination, as well as individually, depending upon the needs in the space.
With a firm focus on visual comfort and sustainability, the Sweep and Scoot-family are truly future-proof lighting solutions. The outer body is made of 80 % recycled plastics, now given new life.
To enable individualized lighting adjustment, there are various smart control systems to supplement the lighting solution. The entire family ensures efficient working lighting as well as good ambient lighting. A sustainable solution, without compromising on quality.
Advances in neuroimaging allows us to have a more indepth understanding of how our brain processes impressions. We now know more of how the brain perceives form, symmetry and colour. We even know what the brain’s favourite shape is.
We know that challenges and needs differ depending on who you are and the phase of the project you are working in. Our insights into the planning process make it easier for you to get it right.