Iguzzini’s track lighting system designs space using light and shadow.
November 1st, 2015
Specialising in lighting for both commercial and multiresidential spaces, iGuzzini presents the Trick lighting system, an exceptionally clever system that breaks the rules (so to speak), to play three-dimensional games with space. Offering the designer both architectural and artistic license, Trick’s toroidal nano-prismatic lens creates three different effects – light blade, radial and washer. Harnessing these effects, the user can begin to move the boundaries of architecture, designing space with light and shadows. Of Trick, lighting designer and IES NSW Awards 2015 judge, Mark Elliott, says: “In terms of the magic of light and how light can reinforce the form of a space, Trick is an excellent example which has so many applications in sculpting facades, structures and volumes, through the illumination of window reveals and columns, as well as artistic effects both internally and externally.”
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