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Years of innovation at ewo have driven our company to reinvent not just usage of the humble LED, but the way that it is tested and demonstrated.

Many of our loyal customers’ knowledge of lighting distribution is substantial, but we strive to better demonstrate the potential for new products, to excite lighting designers, architects and specifiers alike.

In addition to stories on our most recent projects, we are excited to introduce new, functional methods for testing the power of LED illumination, by holding it in the palm of your hand.

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ewo sales agents are now equipped with the ewoSphere, a new demo kit that brings the power and versatility of LED right to our customers.

Experienced clients will be able to see and test new distributions from our A-Series lenses without having to travel and see the luminaires in situ. Anyone not familiar with the scope of possibility with LED technology, will have a full, working lens in their hand, offering a clear, unequivocal demonstration of the impact of LEDs on their next project.

Get in touch to demo our A-Series lenses with ewoSphere.

ewo wins LUX Award

ewo is pleased to announce that iRealm, the company’s concept for the future design of public spaces, won a prestigious LUX Award at London’s Intercontinental O2 on 15 November, within the category of Property Technology: Connected Lighting Concept of the Year.

The prestigious annual LUX Awards are a great showcase of the best lighting projects and concepts, featuring innovations and design achievements in a variety of different sectors.

For more information on iRealm and the awards themselves please visit the ewo website.

Lighting the heart of Luxembourg

Luxtram has a reputa­tion for innova­tion, connec­tiv­ity and techno­log­i­cal advance­ment. ewo is proud to have its products represented as part of this wider transport network, connect­ing the people of Luxembourg.

ewo’s stylish and functional luminaires were developed alongside our French partners Resolum and lighting designer Pierre Nègre from l’Atelier Lumière, to produce a lighting aesthetic consis­tent with the needs of the client, whilst offering a variety of function­al­ity for the running of the Luxtram stations.

See more about the project here.

ÖBB terminal Wolfurt

The Wolfurt shipping container terminal provides high-performance cargo handling for the loading industry, as part of ÖBB’s wider eight-terminal service infrastructure. ewo provided large area lighting solutions in cooperation with Europoles, who provided the high mast lowering systems. The design for this project was done by the consulting office A3 Jenewein Ingenieurbüro GMBH, for the 54,000 m² site which provides overhead, cooling and heating, SOLAS weighing, depot management, container cleaning and customs support.

See more about the project here.

ewoLAB 2018: MAGIC

Reaching out to the design minds of the future is an important part of the ewo lighting company’s ongoing ambitions, and it was absolutely fitting that the MAGIC project, in collaboration with the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, produced such a variety of design ideas in the 2018 summer semester.

Click here, for more information on the project.


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