The prestigious Stern Pissarro Gallery in London is the ideal setting for bringing art to life with perfect light.
The gallery played host to an illuminating evening presented by Soraa and SaveMoneyCutCarbon with the launch of Soraa’s stunning range of Arc luminaires.
The gallery chose to partner with SaveMoneyCutCarbon to plan and install Arc track lights ahead of the event, which David Smith, Soraa Director of Sales EMEA, explained was to demonstrate the unparalleled spectrum and unmatched quality of light.
Mark Sait, CEO SaveMoneyCutCarbon advised that by choosing Soraa, clients could be certain that there was no compromise on light quality when achieving big energy savings.
Soraa has pioneered full spectrum colour rendering LED light with ground-breaking science that “brings nature’s light indoors” to make illumination something to see and experience.
Lighting professionals and art specialists at the event saw why Soraa is a leading choice for professional designers with the Arc track lights enriching the gallery atmosphere and bringing emotion to life.
Soraa Arc features Soraa VIVID Color and Soraa Natural White that render colours and whites naturally and perfectly, which ensures flawless illumination in settings that demand accuracy and ultra-clear differentiation.
This is achieved through proprietary LED technology that has raised the bar for quality energy-saving lighting.
The Soraa Arc range is compatible with the Snap system, an innovative set of magnetic attachment filters and lenses that provide exceptional control of the lighting environment, including beam shape and colour temperature changes.
For the Stern Pissarro Gallery, co-owned by David Stern and Lélia Pissarro, great-granddaughter of Camille Pissarro, quality of light is crucial.
The new Soraa Arc track lights provide the richest illumination of its collection of Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary works by Camille Pissarro, Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso, to Max Ernst, Otto Piene, Toshimitsu Imai, Gerhard Richter and many more major artists.