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LAMP 83’s Signature is on FERKO...
Date : 01.03.2019

LAMP 83’s Signature is on FERKO

 

FERKO Signature, the extraordinary office project in Levent - Istanbul, is  illuminated with more than 5.000 products that are provided by LAMP 83.

 

FERKO construction, expertised in the implementation of luxurious projects with more than 25 years of experience, understanding of modern design and high quality production, has started  ‘The Signature’ project with the idea of designing an office center where luxury and comfort meets, in one of the most centralised locations of Istanbul.

 

LAMP 83, which has recently completed many prestigious office projects, illuminated the interior spaces such as lobby, sales office, corridors, wet areas, balconies with its own products. Additionally, in landscape lighting, durable outdoor products of Italian GOCCIA company were used, of which LAMP 83 has been exclusive Turkish distributor for many years.

 

In total LAMP 83 supplied more than 3.500 meters of linear products and 5.000 unique products from it’s energy efficient and state-of art products such as Minor, Deep, Sight, Tiny, Drop, Band, Solo, Ark and Goccia's Passum and Quantum series, for the two blocked project that redefines the modern needs of the business world with rational solutions, thanks to inputs of worldwide famous architect Mr. Norman Foster.

 

LAMP 83 Sales Group Manager Serhan Acar commented on the result that they achieved in the ‘FERKO Signature’ project as   ‘We observe a significant increase in the number of prestigious office projects we have successfully completed recently. In modern offices, lighting completes the architectural lines of the building, while also providing significant benefits to office operators and employees, especially in terms of energy saving and visual comfort. The Signature project, which we have completed with FERKO Construction, that we have been collaborating with many years, has been the ultimate project that we have carried out together. We are happy to have successfully illuminated such a modern office complex.’