Stars and plants. Here is the new catalogue
The first items to light up our planet, the first decorative elements to make the Earth greener and more beautiful. Stars and trees, two natural categories that have inspired the names of the 24 lighting systems and 12 furniture series in the new Neri product catalogue. Here we have Tabit, Chara, Syrma, Avior and many other “star systems” ready for installation (in a standard configuration) or for modification, in case of specific aesthetic and functional needs (on-demand formula ). Each lighting system can be used with one or more “plants” (in other words, street furniture items) for a pleasingly seamless design and style effect with all of the elements used in a territory or smaller area. All products have a more general classification, which is either Heritage or Contemporary. The first includes lighting points and street furniture with a more classical, European style, which is probably better known to those who have already chosen Neri products the world over, while Contemporary brings with it newer, more contemporary design forms and is characterised by its avant-garde designs and cutting-edge functions. The new catalogue, presented at Light + Building 2012, was designed by Anglo-German communications agency, Thomas Manss & Company, recent winner of the Red Dot Award for communication and design, located in London. Manss’ clients include top-line brand names, such as Foster + Partners, National Portrait Gallery, Bowers & Wilkins, Fedrigoni and Fabriano, to name a few and as well as this website, it has also restyled the Neri Logo and designed the booklet dedicated to the company’s 50th anniversary.