The cultural potential of lighting is being revealed, when its visual language delineates the intangible.
When it becomes the fleeting impression of a permanent memory, an eternal moment. When it comes to culture, our approach to lighting design is to challenge the apparent view and make viewers trust rather their heart instead of their eyes.
Our technological skills afford us a particular choreographic dexterity along with access to the immersive world of synaesthesia and legitimate gamy audiovisual ambitions on the occasion of cultural events.
We treat tangible cultural heritage as emblematic monuments and historic lanterns with equal respect for their sentimental value.
“It isn’t the light, which helps you read, but the carnal force of its (unseen) source."
Odysseus Elytis – From close by – 1998