The focus was on the Kuulto ceiling lamp at the stand of Secto Design at this year’s Habitare. Kuulto has been developed in accordance with customer demand: it is a versatile space saver that can be used both on the ceilings and on the walls. Kuulto works well on it’s own but thanks to it’s modular nature it can also be used for creating larger surfaces, rows or other combinations. It has a high luminosity but turning Kuulto into a mood setter is easy by dimming it. The shade of Kuulto has been made of Finnish birch, just like all the rest of the lamps in the Secto Design collection. The designer isthe award-winning architect Seppo Koho.
Secto Design’s stand 6C40 was located at the joint stand of Asun-magazine designed by Ulla Koskinen.
More Secto Design lamps were to be found at Pro Lounge 6A70, the official meeting point for theprofessional visitors of Habitare. Atto pendants, together with the Owalo pendants and floor lamps set the right mood to the important meetings held in this space.
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