Light for restoration:
Alya illuminates a 1500 convent
Campagna (SA), Italy
A long and accurate restoration project has brought back the the convent of San Martino original beauty. To light the external areas, Alya collection – characterised by an LED luminaire inspired by lanterns’ design – has been chosen.
Costa Amalfitana, Italy
Since 1973, we have been a key player in lighting this coastal stretch and we are present in all the villages overlooking the sea.
Numerous hotels have been illuminated and furnished by Neri. These places, outstanding for their luxury and refinement, are enhanced by Neri’s high quality products. Lampposts, chandeliers, bandstands, verandas, but also tables and railings in cast iron, become distinguishing elements of environments designed to be unique.
Genzano (RM), Italy
Piazza Duomo has been refurbished with new paving; the 19th century lampposts have been reproduced for its illumination.
Dubai Water Canal, UAE
With the Dubai Water Canal, the city implemented a grandiose urban transformation, giving birth to a vast public space. Neri has provided a hi-tech lamppost that not only illuminates the pedestrian route but, reflecting on the water, creates a unique scenic backdrop.
Riverline, Chicago, Usa
The bollard from the Pictor collection is made of weathering steel which is particularly resistant to ice, snow, water and salt – natural elements that are found in Chicago.
Rimini (RN), Italia
The big ‘R’ echoing the famous graphics of Adolfo Busi lights up the new ‘Parco del Mare’. The lamp post we’ve manufactured is ten meters high and draws the letter ‘R' of Rimini, recalling the style of the famous Bolognese artist, who – in 1929 – signed one of the most famous bathing resort posters created to promote the city.
Chelsea Barracks, Londra, Regno Unito
The illumination is the fruit of a design by Nulty+ and Maynard who, in collaboration with Neri, designed an aluminium lamppost with an elegantly shaped lamp in contemporary style, the realization of which was entrusted to Neri Spa. A product that revisits the heritage aesthetic of the lamp in a contemporary key.
55 places in Italy have been declared World Heritage Sites. Many have conserved interesting testimonies to the history of their illumination and urban décor. Neri has contributed to the recovery and enhancement of a large part of this cultural inheritance. For the most part, these were specific interventions, specially studied in order to conserve the unique nature of these places.
With an ambitious project, Venice Gardens Foundation has restored the extraordinary Royal Gardens, which had been in a state of abandonment until the beginning of 2020. The restoration work also included recovery of all the structures and lampposts in cast iron. The restoration of these elements was entrusted to Neri.