• Funivia is a functional network of relationships, material and immaterial, free and inclusive capable of evolving through the cooperation of its elements. It starts from the essential, with a "mountaineer's" spirit it discovers a new level of freedom of light in spaces.

    A rope, the cable that carries energy, and nails, the fastening elements in space, are the basis for going far, overcoming the limits given by the rigidity of systems. The cable, with a special minimal cross-section but capable of supporting both mechanical and thermal stresses, is the energy distribution channel of the system and the load-bearing element on which the light elements are connected, it runs seamlessly in space transcending the limits of three dimensions. It is attached to the side, floor or ceiling through mechanical elements. It runs inside them without requiring to be cut and thus interrupted, drawing in space a network of regular lines, horizontal or vertical, but also freely inclined. From a single power point it can run indefinitely, the only limit being the power installed on its length.

    Funivia is not bound to a power grid or a predefined design, it can enter any space at any time and draw light with the utmost freedom, it can generate an extraordinary performance quality even without an ad hoc installation a specific intervention in the space.

    The light elements hook on the cable thanks to a "bridge" element, a kind of current-stealing lock that mechanically fixes the luminaire and takes energy from the cable.

    It is a sustainable approach at the level of production, distribution, installation, consumption, use, integration of elements that already exist without necessarily calling for the creation of new additional products.

    Funivia breaks a pattern common to existing lighting systems, breaking out of the rigidity of fixed modules (in space, stock, production).

  • -Lighting appliances in aluminum and thermoplastic
    -Accessories in aluminum