Founded in 1934 by Arnold Reininghaus, ERCO specialises in architectural lighting.
November 21st, 2008
ERCO believes that light is the fourth dimension of architecture. First and foremost, they see themselves as selling light, not luminaires. With distributors throughout Australia and representative offices worldwide, ERCOís indoor luminanires, outdoor luminaires and lighting control systems constitute an extensive range of lighting equipment for general, comprenhensive, architectural lighting solutions.
Track and lighting structures, spotlights, floodlights, wall washers, recessed luminaires, projectors floodlight, pathway luminares, inground luminaires, LED luminaires and Light System Dali.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
The company is dedicated to environmental awareness and its products comply with all European environmental sustainability development laws.
Westpac Place, Opera House, Sydney, NSW; The Louvre, Paris, France; The Pinacoteca Vaticana, Rome, Italy; The Prado, Madrid, Spain; The Adlon Hotel, Berlin, Germany; The Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain; and airports in Dubai, LondonñStansted, UK and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The company provides a complete service for designers, from concept inception to on site commissioning.
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