Made In Light
Sustainability Through Research & Innovation
Commitment To The Environment s
Luceplan was established for the purpose of designing & producing modern lighting, both for interior and exterior applications aimed to enhance the quality of living. As such, Energy saving is and has been a top priority and cannot be confined to the ratio of lighting to energy consumption: rather, it must embrace the environmental compatibility of Luceplans whole operation _ from choice of materials to the Luceplan lights manufacturing process, from product durability to product maintenance. If an object _ in this case a designer lighting product, by Luceplan _ is to last, it needs to be beautiful as well as technologically sound. But a long-lasting Luceplan Lighting product also offers better environmental compatibility and it outlives fashions.
The quality of the Luceplan working environment
At Luceplan, we want even what happens in the factory to live up to our product choices, which are: beauty, quality, and functionality; but also and especially: the environmental compatibility of Luceplans whole production process _ from choice of materials used for Luceplan lights to the selection of suppliers, from packaging to the management of relations with our sales network and with the customers themselves. The environment in which Luceplan operates complies to this necessity to be true to a number of underlying policies: to create the best possible working atmosphere, and to contribute to an intelligent use of spaces and structures.
For more than three decades Luceplan has been creating magnificent pieces of contemporary lighting design. Luceplan Lighting has branched out to many areas of the industry including working with top designers like Francisco Gomez Paz , Paolo Rizzatto , Ross Lovegrove , and Alberto Meda . These world class designers, among others, have collaborated on Luceplan lamps, and collections like Hope, which includes the Hope pendant and Hope chandelier. In addition, Luceplan offers other collections such as Berenice, Costanza, Otto Watt, Architectural, and Metropoli.