Beauty is not created by adding one more detail, it is conceived by removing the last.
The design of our collection represents a way of thinking that reduces each product to the essential components without compromise. Luminance and illumination are the primary goals. The luminaire, a detail that can reflect and integrate within architecture with the purest form that will enhance and add value to its environment, requires a deep understanding of the intrinsic nature and unified components of architectural styles. These components can be condensed into basic forms, which kreon exploits within its products. This approach to design requires that the details of an object are not merely decorative, but are key to the essence of the product as a whole. kreon products, in their simplest forms, do not result in austere minimalism, but in architectural objects that communicate with space, regardless of style. This, combined with careful planning, represents the true meaning of "architectural lighting".
kreon, purity in light gives you the opportunity to create the conditions that allow the beauty of architecture to surface
Photographer: Patricia Goijens
Mysterious James Bond atmosphere thanks to kreon fixtures
The choice of this property was based on its location, size, and the charm of the original interior. Vander Velpen opted for a vintage-inspired interior in which various original accents were preserved. The result is an interior that emphasizes the contrast between the industrial style and luxurious elements. Bronze and rust accents are repeated in the sofas, in the large wooden table in the office space, and in the lighting.
Dieter Vander Velpen Architects blend old and new, raw and refined, historical and modern in the new office building. Through their collaboration with kreon, they succeeded in creating a space that embodies aesthetics, functionality, and innovation. The highlights of the interior are the carefully integrated kreon fixtures. kreon holon 60, in brushed aluminum, discreetly illuminates the corridors and kitchen. The minimalist design also enhances the aesthetic value of the building. In the meeting room, the kreon nuit profile, also in brushed aluminum, ensures uniform lighting, ideal for presentations and meetings. For the workspace, Vander Velpen chose the kreon kagi profile, which, thanks to asymmetrical optics, provides optimal task lighting. Out on the terrace, the kreon wabi seamlessly combines aesthetics with functionality. The outdoor fixture features an optimally shielded optical system that maintains visual comfort and illuminates the ground surfaces.