Proud to annunce that Spot-On Lighting System has been awarded!
Spot-On Lighting System design by Irene Kronenberg of Baranowitz + Kronenberg and engineering and manufacturing by AndCosta has been awarded the 2022 Prize Designs for Modern Furniture and Lighting Award from Global Design News and The Chicago Athenaeum
Lighting plays a fundamental role in architecture.
In harmony with the project carried out by SAI Schleburg Generalplanungs GmbH, ANDCOSTA designed and realized more than 100 Luna hanging lamp in different sizes and in a special direct light version.
The fascinating noise-absorbing membrane is covered on the upper side by an ALUCOBOND® surface. The membrane of Luna, in addition to returning a particulary suggestive light helps to muffle the noise.
We chose this material for its reflectance capabilities. The ALUCOBOND® panel bounces the light without absorbing it, thus increasing the light beam, the very low UGR value ensure maximum comfort in this case at the workplace.
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Frames from Frankfurt!
Andcosta presents its new collections at Light+Building 2022 in Frankfurt.
The black and red concept of the stand summarizes our know-how interpreted through the new products, result of the intuition and thinking of the andcosta design team. In 5 different exhibition volumes, you can discover professional and architectural innovations, technology and design, in the renewed looks of iconic products such as Circus Round, Circus Acoustic Panel, Luna, Grue and new product families such as B-Pro, Daytona and Cyl. Our sales team will be happy to show you how to create good lighting by adapting it to your needs and how it can be a process simple and creative space customization using the new products B-PRO, Daytona and CYL, a range of devices that can be configured for any lighting need and with long-lasting light sources.
Since 2001 she has been the Creative Director at Centrale Fies—the research centre for contemporary performance practices in Trentino-Alto Adige—managing image and communication, and, since 2014, she has supervised the projects and public programmes for the centre, aimed at further strengthening its practices, focus, philosophies and cultural policies. Culture is not the only field that she is involved in, but it is the instrument she uses within the processes of interweaving art and culture with disciplines ranging from tourism to fashion, from design to agriculture. She was brought up in close contact with performing arts and contemporary theatre and earned a degree in Humanities at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore with a thesis entitled “Hybrids-When Art Meets Porn-” on the power of the genital body as read through the trends of performance art, advertising and indi-porn. Since 2017, she has been in charge of communication and the visual identity of the first master’s degree course with the word “Performing Arts” in the title at IUAV [University of Venice], which, from 2021, will be split into two curricula—Performance and Gender Studies, and Choreographic Theatre Studies. Since 2020, she has been the coordinator within the creative direction of apap – FEMINIST FUTURES run by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.