LAHORE: Lumière brought a large range of unique, modern and latest designs of Italian lights to enhance the beauty of living standards to complement modern architecture by opening their studio in the provincial metropolis.
The colourful opening ceremony of the lighting studio - 'Lumière' was held in Gulberg on Thursday. The ceremony was attended by a good number of personalities and people from different walks of life who were seen taking keen interest in what the studio had to offer.
Innovative designs were presented to enhance the experience of a visual environment. Lumière has showcased distinctive designs and features of its 300 products which are available under the roof of this lighting studio.
A variety of indoor and outdoor lights were presented including Beethoven lights, Kelly wall matt, Kelly small dome, Armani, Luma, Kelly Cluster sphere, Lamps, Nostalgia rose gold, Random, Maggio, Kelly cluster, Sugegasa, laser cube, Doge and much more.
Lumière CEO Sadaf Attique, while talking exclusively with Daily Times said that they had imported lights of two different brands from Italy for Lahoris under one roof. She said that we have opened our doors for customers by presenting indoor, outdoor, classic and modern lights products. She said that their prices were reasonable which catered to different class groups of people in the society and everybody could easily afford. "We received an over-welcoming response of citizens who are taking keen interest in our products and hope that we will meet the needs of our clients."
Replying to a query, she said that 300 products were available in their catalogues which were available for the clients. Every year, both the Italian brands remove and add new products in their catalogues after their annual review. This year, around 700 new lights products have been added by them, she added.
Videographers Creative Director Kabir Hussain who was also visiting the event, said, "We have come to see the variety of lights and other products, which have been brought here by the efforts of Sadaf, because her aesthetic sense is too good."