Grupo Luxiona, a leading company in professional lighting solutions in the hospitality, retail, office and health&care sectors, among others, has lit up the VIP room at the ARCO Fair, designed by architects Teresa Sapey and Rafael Robledo.
ARCO, held from 26 February to 1 March at IFEMA Madrid, is one of the main contemporary art fairs on the international circuit. And as such, the design of the lounge was intended to respond to this. A space where colour envelops the visitor. An unexpected performance, where architecture and design were art.
Colour, movement, fluidity... These are the words that describe this 'work of art' that was the social point of ARCO. Luxiona did not want to miss the opportunity to collaborate on this project, along with other major design firms "Made in Spain", with its brand Metalarte.
Bailaora was, without a doubt, the star of the VIP room. It is a modular and versatile luminaire that admits multiple possibilities and compositions. In addition, it allows three different heights to be created by stacking the modules, which means that it can be used as a floor, table or pendant luminaire.
In the case of ARCO, the Dancers - in black and white - illuminate the bar and restaurant area, both from the floor and from the ceiling. Designed by Enoch Armengol, they help to create a warm and delicate atmosphere.
The great novelty presented at the contemporary art fair is the Baila Bailaora model, in LED format and with suspended movement.
Other Luxiona Group products were also on display, such as the Pamela table lamp with a red shade, or the two impressive Shoelaces hanging over the reception table.
The company has a large portfolio of products among all its brands (Metalarte, Sagelux and Troll). From the latest design lamps, to retail projectors or emergency luminaires, thus demonstrating the versatility of the group. Luxiona Group can offer an integral lighting solution for any type of project.