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Lumina Balustrade by Massimo Iosa Ghini for Faraone

A dramatic entrance is guaranteed when descending a staircase lined with the glowing Lumina balustrade by Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini’s for architectural glass specialists Faraone.

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The Lumina Balustrade by Massimo Iosa Ghini for Faraone is  a perfect marriage between functionality and aesthetics.

Appearing like a sculptural light feature, the balustrade makes a striking focal point for any space. Also available without light, the balustrade comprises two layers of extra-clear laminated safety glass housed within a super-slim, anodised and extruded aluminium frame. A wafer thin LED light source is integrated into the metal frame that shines through the glass to stunning effect.

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The embedded LED light source can be customized depending on customer’s needs - from a cool blue light to a warm and welcoming glow.

For more information visit www.faraone.it or contact faraone@faraone.it

About the manufacturer: Italian company Faraone is best known as a manufacturer of  curtain walls and steel and glass staircases but also produces partition walls, doors, canopies,structures for urban environments, interior staircases and a wide range of railing and balustrades. Technology-driven, and innovation focused, the brand was one of the first to adopt the point-fixed glass system, and quickly became a leader in the field.

Posted June 5th, 2013 by Ali Morris


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