Architects & Designers
Architect in Venice
The Lym system tends to eliminate the boundaries between the various types of lamps (suspension, floor, table, wall), opening up unprecedented design opportunities, to define a luminaire moving in space, capable of adapting to situations and determining new scenarios and uses of the light and energy. The house was the first environment in which the project was tested. The ability to use light in a dynamic and personal way guided the conception of the first “luminous devices” of the Lym system.
The obvious advantages can be summarized in the transversal and versatile use of light in living spaces, but there is also a not negligible aspect of saving material and energy, because there is no longer a need for more fixed, oversized light points. and placed in every corner of the house: this too is innovation and sustainability.
Architect in Altare
Lym is an idea in tune with the increasingly widespread trend of eliminating archaic and expensive walls, replacing them with lightweight, high-performance and eco-sustainable plasterboard. This allows you to integrate wireless power points into the partitions, which allow you to position lighting systems and various technological devices in a versatile way, both horizontally and vertically.
Nomadic objects that can be moved from room to room, from walls to ceiling, in the living space and in the sleeping space, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, on the terrace, in the garden, brought to the office from home or home from the office. I have often designed lamps that were used in my architectural projects and then became series products. In Lym’s case, there is a different, deeper and more stimulating involvement.