Arianna illuminates the heart of Rome

 

The outline agreement for the LED fixtures supply to enlighten the city of Rome has finally come to an end. Seven thousands Snell suspended lighting fixtures will give to the Italian capital an efficient light. We are talking about the LED Plan for Rome capital city.

Arianna lighting fixtures will illuminate the historical streets of Rome, giving visual comfort and allowing 500 thousands euros of energy savings.

The Lungotevere, the Trastevere and the pedestrian areas, where it isn’t allowed to install poles for historical and artistic reasons, will be safer even during the night thanks to Snell suspended. Snell is a product with minimalistic design, which will be hidden during the day, but during the night it will illuminate with a safe and uniform light. Traditional lighting fixtures 150-250W will be substitute with innovative LED lighting devices 49W, which will guarantee efficient lighting and huge energy savings.

‘For us is a dream coming true- Alberto Giovanni Gerli, Arianna founder, says- We started 7 years ago with the idea to enlighten cities with an efficient and sustainable light. Now we are about to illuminate Rome. This commission arrives during a year of important growth and we expect to close 2016 with a turnover of 6 millions of euros, 3 times bigger than the one of 2015. This allows us to quickly turn to one of the 5 top players of LED lighting street support in Italy. To grow up, our future challenge is to integrate technologies of Industry 4.0 in our products, like the big data analysis realized directly by our lighting fixtures’.

Arianna is studying  a particular optic for all the Snell devices installed in Rome, to illuminate both streets and footpath in the best way. Moreover, the color temperature chose is original and it is obtained with a mix of both hot and neutral heat sources. In this way we can obtain a photometric spectrum coherent with Rome shades.

All Arianna team is working together to give a new light to 3 millions people and almost 3 thousands years of history.

21th December 2016