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Prologe

product:
Prologe
manufacturer:
Kreon
designer:
Kristof Pycke
date:
2002
status:
Showroom Viewable
(sydney)
dimensions:
Various
construction:
Metal
Technical information:

Kreon Prologe

The Prologe light fitting provides functional lighting through the discreet presence of the simple architectural volumes.

The basic concept of this product family is to "capture" light in a small surface mounted box.

The standard fitting is made of steel and powder coated to finish.

This version is designed to be surface mounted and is available in either single directional, double directional, triple or specific longer lengths.

Lamp types for these fittings range from either low voltage halogen, 240V halogen, compact fluorescent or fluorescent tubes.

These fittings are now available in either Black or White finishes with matching louvre.

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Prologe 80

Prologe wants to create functional light through the discreet presence of simple architectural volumes.

The original element of this family is light, captured in a small surface mounted box.

The standard fitting is made of steel finished in black or white powder coated finishing.

Different louvre options give this basic volume the identity that fits with it's surroundings.

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Prologe 145

Prologe wants to create functional light through the discreet presence of simple architectural volumes and Prologe 145 adds fixed and directional lightsources to this family in a surface mounted box.

The lightbeam can be controlled with changeable reflectors and aimed into the room to perform different lighting tasks.

The standard fitting is made of steel finished in black or white powder coated finishing.

Different louvre options give this basic volume the identity that fits with it’s surroundings.

 

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Product Designer

Kristof Pycke

Kristof Pycke

Kreon

Born in Belgium, Kristof Pycke graducated with a master’s degree at Henry De Velde Institute in Antewerp in 1995. He worked in product development at Massive consumer lighting division (1996-1998) and head of product design and developemtn at Kreon (1999-2005). In 2005-2007, he became the art director at Kreon developing the company’s product design and development and corporate ide... More

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