Invisible Light: 9010 Solutions

New models fully integrate with the architecture are made entirely of BETALY®

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Invisible Light: 9010 Solutions
13/05/2022 - 9010novantadieci presents its first collection of recessed lighting solutions conceived and designed for outdoor environments. These new models fully integrate with the architecture, disappearing in the daytime. As soon as night falls, beams of light reveal buildings, enhancing their shapes and forms. 1. 9010, recessed lighting solutions 2

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These minimalistic yet corporeal lights are made entirely of BETALY®, a natural, versatile and durable material specifically designed by 9010novantadieci for its outdoor illumination products. They are designed to be directly inserted into the structure of the building, and therefore do not affect the insulating properties of its cladding, or its energy class.

9010novantadieci’s new line of recessed pathmarkers for outdoor environments are resistant to all weather conditions, and are suitable for illuminating any outside area, from your driveway to your porch, garden, or entrance. These models come in different sizes, and offer a range of possibilities in terms of how they interact with the environment, organically adapting shapes to the context into which they are inserted.

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