VENERE projector is renewed
Our commitment to excellence is reflected in the restyling of the ‘Venere’ projector. The new design, created by Architect Alessandro Canepa, emphasizes the concepts of interconnection and reciprocity among its parts, seamlessly blending functionality and design. It encompasses the three main elements of the projector: the headlight, the arm, and the driver box.
Headlight: Harmonious lines
The restyling aims to bring a formal renewal with smooth lines while preserving the product’s recognizability and performance. A distinctive visual and shaping element has been introduced across the different parts—a unique double-step section—to connect and unify the individual components.
Arm: High Flexibility and Perfect Balance
The arm has been completely redesigned to seamlessly integrate with the lighting unit, following its profile with grace and sophistication. This new design offers extraordinary flexibility of movement, allowing the projector to adapt perfectly to any environment. Each position is now accompanied by impeccable balance, providing optimal illumination in every scenario.
Driver Box: Compact Design and Reduced Visual Impact
The driver box has been positioned vertically, featuring a slightly rounded line and an inclined profile that harmonizes with the design of the arm and headlight. This attention to detail gives the projector a compact, lightweight, and elegant appearance, significantly reducing the overall visual impact. Even the cover cap has undergone a new design, maintaining aesthetic balance in line with the rest of the projector.
The inspiration drawn from the etymology of the product name aims to represent our commitment to creating products that connect emotions and experiences.
Discover the new Venere Pro P here.”