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if design award
good design award
Design Plus - new prestigious award to Deux pieces
, the world's biggest lighting trade fair, luminaire
wins prestigious award
. The luminaire was first presented in April 2011 at the Euroluce Fair in Milan by the company Intra lighting. In May 2011 Deux pieces was nominated for the
at the Light Fair International in the United States of America. In October 2011 the luminaire won the G
ood Design Award
in Tokyo, Japan.
The Good Design Award is one of the four most important world competitions in the field of industrial design. After two big awards, those won in the United States of America and Japan, the latest recognition of renowned European design experts confirms that Deux pieces ranks among best-designed and technological most advanced luminaires in the world.
The Deux pieces luminaire was designed by the renowned Belgium design office Serge Cornelissen. The two-part luminaire draws your attention with its pure design, and with its relatively small dimensions it provides a lot of technological advantages. The Intra lighting development department developed an adapted cooling system for the luminaire that has already been officially registered as an innovation. The best material was used for the luminaire and each detail was precisely specified. Only 7 months was needed for the development of the product between its scheme and its mass production which is also the shortest development time of a product in the history of the company. In the next two months, the basic version of the track reflector was accompanied by four derivatives which make up the Deux pieces luminaire family. The most important characteristics of this successful luminaire is the the lighting prescision, environmentally friendly light without UV and IR radiation with excellent colour recognition, energy efficiency and durable technology without any maintenance costs.
The latest award makes Deux pieces the most acclaimed luminaire in the history of the Intra lighting company.
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