October 25, 2016
Teknion Corporation today announced that it will be showing the Teknion Sanna by Pablo collection of LED lamps and task lights at stand #9.1 B031 A030 during ORGATEC, which runs from October 25-29 in Cologne, Germany.
“A fusion of simplicity and utility with technology and materiality can create timeless lighting designs that improve how we interact with each other, and our surroundings,” said Pablo Pardo, designer of Teknion’s new lighting collection. “With the evolution of the workplace in recent years to accommodate employee needs, lighting has never been more essential in helping transform the user experience.”
Teknion Sanna by Pablo is a distinctly vibrant collection of LED lamps and task lighting, which fashionably expands the language of light in today's workspaces. It uses advanced LED technology, rich materials and a vast finish offering, thriving in any environment and elevating the user experience. Sanna brings a modern and vogue lighting experience to personal and shared spaces. Premium materials and finishes enable it to be customized for each space, application and user.
The new lighting collection was born in an organic collaboration between Teknion and California-based lighting design studio Pablo Designs. The inaugural launch includes desk, table and floor lamps with 160 total felt shade and base finish variations.
In addition to the Teknion Sanna by Pablo Lighting Collection, Teknion will be showing the Zones furniture collection, Teknion Community Table, Around Task Chair, Highspace Sit/Stand Counterbalance Bench and Variable seating at its stand designed by Vanderbyl Design. Additionally, new brands Studio TK and Luum Textiles will make their worldwide debut. Studio TK will be introducing a number of new and enhanced products to its Cover, Fractals, Keele, Lite Wall, Qui and Spectrum collections, and Luum will be introducing its new Starting Point textiles collection designed by Suzanne Tick.
Held bi-annually, ORGATEC is the commercial industry’s leading international trade fair for the modern working environment.