Soraa’s professional bulbs have illuminated many of the world’s most famous historical buildings, museums, hotels, galleries, and luxury retailers for nearly a decade. With Soraa Radiant LED bulbs, consumers can now bring that full spectrum colour experience to their homes and enjoy natural, vibrant colour.
Standard LED bulbs have colour gaps; reds are not deep and rich, skin tones look unattractive, and shades of white easily blend into just one colour. These gaps make standard LED light appear dull and artificial. Red is measured by a value called R9, and white is measured by a value called RW. Standard LED bulbs have R9 values below 10% and RW of zero. Soraa Radiant LED bulbs create light with an R9 value of 95% and an RW value of 100%.
Soraa recently completed a unique design project in the historic Athens neighbourhood of Kolonaki. Architects, Maria Kokkinou and Andreas Kourkoulas, created a space that helped cement the restaurant as part of a new architectural trend called “Urban Athens’. To help bring these elements to life, lighting design companies, Okapi Light and L4A worked with Soraa to use light to play an important role in the design process, giving the team the ability to capture a perfect mix of past and future in a way that feels warm and inviting.
“Light has an amazing power to transform a neighbourhood like Kolonaki allowing it to capture the energy of a modern, vibrant Athens while connecting it to the rich history of everything the city was and represents,’ said David Smith, director of international sales at Soraa.
Soraa fittings have been instrumental in achieving human-centric lighting designs in South Africa in airport lounges and leisure environments. For more information about the availability of Soraa fixtures in Southern Africa, visit http://electrosonic.co.za/.