Think all the major lighting suppliers are the same? Think again.
July 24th, 2015
The basics of good lighting supply shouldn’t be hard to achieve: great service, and a good range of high quality respected brands. Funny then, how most companies miss the mark. Gineico is not most companies.
There’s a lot that separates Gineico from the pack, but it’s the range of its brands that that’ll first pique the interest of anyone interested in lighting. Italian design is rightly considered to be some of the best in the world of lighting, and looking at Gineico’s Fontana Arte, Antonangeli, Melogranoblu, Buzzi & Buzzi, Cabelli and Marchetti ranges, it’s easy to see why.
Outside of these renowned classics, the recently added Lucifero’s range exemplifies Gineico’s approach to lighting. Lucifero’s combines playful creativity, quality, innovation and curiosity with a history of long-term reliability but also excellent value.
Simply put, Gineico is not your father’s lighting distributor. Their passion for top quality lighting has them not just offering established tastemakers in lighting; a new custom lighting division means the right fit out for the right project – every time.
Never a company to sit still, Gineico supplies lighting across commercial, hospitality and residential spaces, and also offers a specialist lighting consulting service. This has interior designers, architects and retail customers able to confidently craft a bespoke light design using top quality Italian product – that they know will meet the budget requirements for the job.
A recent restructure at the business has Geineico returning to the roots of great lighting: honest design, great customer service, and top quality products. Whether you’re after decorative, technical, or outdoor lighting, there’s no way of escaping the playful design and aesthetic charm that sets the company apart from its peers.
Gineico loves lighting. Their passion for the craft is as obvious in looking at their handpicked range, as it is in the care they take in ensuring the quality of the finished product and the outcome for designers. What an illuminating idea.
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