BORA has reinvented the cooktop extractor. With passion and conviction, the company goes its own way in the design of kitchen elements – and sought for likeminded, innovation-driven partners in interior and lighting for the newly established BORA administration and training building in Niederndorf (Austria). Lighting-wise, they found this in Occhio.
Anything but average
Futuristic & homely
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Maximum ease of use – also thanks to DALI
Mito is optionally available with DALI as a control system. All luminaires used are thus integrated into the existing DALI system at BORA, so that light intensity and light temperature can be controlled centrally. The light thus adapts not only biodynamically to the course of the day, but is synchronized and always harmoniously coordinated. Follow the link for more information on the control options offered by Mito and our other luminaire series.
BORA administration and training building, Niederndorf (Austria)
Year of realization: 2018 Client: BORA Vertriebs GmbH & Co KG Architect: Guggenbichler + Wagenstaller, Rosenheim Light planning: Issaa Sbeiti (Licht im Werkhaus) Luminaires: Mito sospeso 40 und 60 Photography: Robert Sprang