Prologe and Regule reflect thoroughly Kreon’s principles in lighting: quality, design and architectural integration. The names “Prologe” and “Regule” have been adapted from “Prologus in Antiphonarium” and “Regule Rithmice”, two manuscripts by the mediaeval music theorist Guido d’Arezzo. He created the basics of music notation system, a concept that embraced both useful theoretical principles and practical skills needed to perform music. Prologe and Regule are basic lighting concepts that, in a modular system, offer compositions of enormous flexibility for highly personalised light scenography.
Prologe provides functional lighting through the discreet presence of simple architectural volumes. The basic concept of this product family is to “capture” light in a small surface mounted box. The standard fitting is made of steel finished in white and black powder coating.
Prologe range generates functional light through the discreet presence of simple architectural volumes. Through a surface mounted box, Prologe 145 adds fixed and directional light sources to this family. Lightbeams can be controlled with changeable reflectors and aimed into the room to perform various lighting tasks. The standard fitting is made of steel finished in black or white powder coating.