inspiration and reference point
A wonderful interaction between light and innovation … A 1100 sqm response environment dedicated to turn lighting into an experience. Architecture becomes the narrator of light. Spaces such as the laboratory, the lad space, the auditorium, the experience room, the training room have been designed in order to evoke interaction and to illustrate the relationship between light and technology. A multimodal platforms professionals hub is coordinated in order to gather all the necessary links of each project from the concept to delivery.
A place of inspiration in the Southern Suburbs
With more than 10 spaces dedicated to different lighting, new technologies and automation applications, the Flagship showroom extends to 1100 m² and 3 floors, making it a new unique interactive experience. The place where theory is joined by know-how.
Both the interior architectural shell as well as its equipment, has been designed in order to highlight not only luminaires but different aspects, values and a wide range of lighting applications. In this way the lighting turns into experience.
Spaces such as the Experience room, the Lab, the Workshop and the Auditorium aim at interaction and not at a sterile exhibition. Areas dedicated to education, experimentation and data recording invite professionals from the wider field of lighting to collaborate to exchange ideas, knowledge and experiences.
Lighting combined with automation systems, the structured cabling, the electrical panels and fire safety are links of every project’s chain. A chain which can only be completely provided by KAFKAS fully from the beginning, design, conception to the delivery and completion of the project.The HUB won the Golden Award in the category Office, at the Lighting Awards 2022
The interactive experience of Hub in the Northern Suburbs
The Lighting & Innovation Hub which is “smallest” at an extent, of the Northern Suburbs is a space dedicated to the interaction of the human element with materials, light and new technologies.
Within just 300 sqm – without falling behind anything in relation to its “big brother” – there are presented different applications of lighting and automation while the interested public can also navigate the full equipped dark room. The theory joins with the know-how in a state-of-the art environment.
Lighting and automation applications are united and presented through “smart” management systems in the space in such a way that the visitor understands the overall experience and the range of services provided by the Lighting & Innovation Hub.