Fagerhult has opened a new exhibition for outdoor lighting directly adjoining the company’s main office and production plant in Habo, Sweden. The exhibition is based on the concept “Walk of Light” and runs along a looped foot path with lighting that interplays with the varying surroundings.
The idea was to create both functional and decorative lighting solutions for all the senses. A dark and gloomy grove of trees has been transformed into a magical place with a welcoming, sparkling glade and an ordinary tunnel is now reminiscent of the artist John Bauer's forest landscapes.
“Inspired by the natural surroundings and with people in focus, we've created experiences with colour, moving lights and sound,” says Maja Laveklint, lighting consultant at Fagerhult, who led the lighting design work.
Each luminaire has been carefully selected and tested in its right environment. LED solutions with presence control also enables us to conserve energy without sacrificing visual comfort and the sense of security.
The exhibition will be open until March 2016 and reopening with the dark evenings of the autumn. Contact Fagerhult if you’re interested in a guided tour.
This press release is also available in Swedish, see the attached file below.
Fagerhult is one of Europe’s leading lighting groups with approximately 2,400 employees and operations in 20 countries. We create modern products and exciting, energy-efficient environmentally-adapted lighting installations, successfully integrated into their individual environments. The Group includes such strong brands as Fagerhult, Ateljé Lyktan, Whitecroft Lighting, Eagle Lighting, LTS Licht & Leuchten, I-Valo, DesignPlan, Arlight and Lighting Innovations.