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Beautiful shine

No building is like any other, so why should the outside luminaires be the same? We make our luminaires in many different top quality colour shades and surfaces, for adapting to every architecture and every outside space.

pure white

White is the colour of purity and joy. The purest of all colour shades is used primarily where architecture focuses on what really matters.

 

cool brown

A slight glimmer effect gives structure and additional depth to our shade of brown. It is simply perfect for timber and clinker brick facades seeking a visual link with their surroundings. This applies particularly when the setting consists of organic green vegetation, where our brown shade always comes across as the name indicates: rather cool.

 

space grey

Architectural. Technical. Cool. space grey with its slight iron glimmer recalls structures in DB colour shades. Some call it the "architect's colour". Which is no more than a concealed compliment for a colour shade that sets accents without taking itself too seriously.

 

anthracite

Is it because of its discreet appearance? Or because it is a perfect match with many door and window frames? We don't know. All we DO know is that anthracite is one of our most popular colour shades.

 

deep black

Like white and grey, black is one of the achromatic colours. You could also describe it as being elegantly restrained. Which makes deep black the perfect partner for both classic and modern architecture.