Port Autonome de Strasbourg - nouveau siège (FR)
The Snap-In principle equals modularity and flexibility at its best, it grants the opportunity to the lighting designer to use his creativity: combine single and double units, use multiple beam angles or play with colour. All to use as surface mounted luminaire or as recessed spotlights, both with or without trim.
Dividing a luminaire into multiple modular parts not only creates uniformity within one family, it also facilitates the installation by giving the opportunity to the installer to place the frame in advance. No need to worry for the lighting modules in further finishing of the room, as the modules can be clicked into the frame afterwards.
Situated on the edge of a forest, this private residence is shaped on its inclined terrain. The steep slope perpendicular to the residence results in a one level concrete volume being visible from the street towards the north-east whereas a full two…Discover more
After 2 successful pop-ups in Kortrijk and in Ghent, chef Thomas Gellynck and Sommelier Lara De Vlieger decided to open a permanent location on the outskirts of Ghent, in the green, with the best of both worlds. In the open kitchen we find home-gro…Discover more