Futuristic lighting must flexibly evolve in terms of delivery whilst synchronising with the setting of the room and ambience.
The Architects of Archy called worked together with NEKO Lighting to renovate an administrative headquarters in the heart of Paris’s 8th arrondissement.
The aim of the lighting design was to give the interior architecture the appearance of a continuous linear system as rectangles,
Albioma is an independent producer of renewable energy, specialized in the production of plant biomass. For the Parisian headquarters occupying 2 floors of the Opus 12 tower in La Défense,
Aurum is an educational institution of the Faculty of Engineering of Åbo Akademi University and the Department of Chemistry of the University of Turku.
Located north of the Arctic Circle, directly on the Gammelbollo Fjord, the four-star Sorrisniva Hotel has been equipped with a new lighting concept.
The HSG Handels- und Service GmbH with a branch at Stuttgart Airport in Germany was equipped with our PURE M tracklights during the opening in 2021.
Our round TAKEO T100 Downlights were chosen as ambient lighting in the foyer, the corridors, as well as in the offices of the office building in Saasveld,
Since the end of 2019, the Skyline Hill Center has been opened as an incubator with administration, canteen and conference areas.
Shire House, in the North of England, was recently renovated with a focus to improve and enhance the visual asthetics of the working environment.
In the course of renovation work at the Amos Rex Museum in Helsinki, Finland, a solution was searched that can be individually designed to the given architecture and also offers the possibility to change the position of the light inserts afterwards if exhibition spaces change in design.
NEKO combines European design with Asian efficiency
The Swiss company NEKO LIGHTING offers efficient and high-quality LED lighting solutions. With NEKO there´s no need to choose between quality and value. European thinking and Asian efficiency are combined to form the corporate philosophy of “Think Design”.