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Primary light forms - recipes for creative patterns


A rotating tube light and a postmodern spotlight – both a part of the architectural universe created by Design Campus for an upcoming project in London. Meet Jani Kristoffersen, architect and designer, that has brought a swirling Twister into the arty venues.

Twister Line

Twister Line

Create patterns and make impressons

Twister line is a linear luminaire, that perfectly enhances architectural venues. The slim rounded minimalistic shape is created with its sibling Twister spotlight in mind. Simply click the luminaire to either a Control Track or Lighting Track Pro, and choose how you wish to control it. With 23 adjustable “guided” angular positions, the possibilities of graphic patterns with this luminaire are endless.

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Spin, twist and turn

The visual ingredient of light is one of the most effectful ingredients in the recipe. The spice that makes the room shift in message, impression or expression.

With visual experience as a starting point, the luminaires are perfect for striking and ergonomic accent lighting. Thanks to an adjustable spin, the Twister duo enables to continuously form graphic patterns, geometrical forms, textures and vector elements. Connecting the dots from Twister spotlight, and the luminous lines from Twister line, a new image can appear. Turn the pattern around, and give the room itself a twist.

TWISTER 

X Marks the spot. Light.

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Twister Spotlight

Spotlight for sophisticated accent lighting

Twister unites a minimalist design with the latest light technology. With visual experience as a starting point, we have created a spotlight for striking and ergonomic accent lighting in the building’s different rooms. Twister is compatible with all types of lighting control, from DALI to wireless, with the option of presence and daylight control. A seamless lighting solution for both new builds and renovations.

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Making the store the USP

Today, e-commerce is booming through the roof and a lot of brick-and-mortar stores struggle with the competition. In times like these, it could be that taking a step back – might be step forward. The vital thing that separates e-commerce from a physical store is – the store. The experience, the knowledge, the personal touch. And here are some example on how you can make the most of it.

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