Superyacht Design - issue 27 summer 2016
Lighting integration is more than a methodology: it is an interaction between pleasure and functionality that combines technology, design and materials.
Versilia Produce issue 88 - 2015 (italian version)
SuperYachtWorld issue 43 – 2015
“How an owner took Rossinavi’s 49-metre platform and configured it precisely to his cruising needs”
“..Overall, the effect is to add a level of visual engagement, and this continues with the lighting in the owner’s suite – LED strips around the bed and running along the recess in the ceiling" Paul Ashton
Superyacht Design Q21 – 2014
Designed by Martin Kemp Design and produced by Logica Yachts in Viareggio.
“… The lighting has also been designed to provide functional illumination and enrich the interior ambience. On the ceiling in the owner’s cabin, for example a slim, dimmable LED panel of thin plastic sheet, based on innovative technology by Promotech, diffuses light uniformly over its entire surface to deliver a more customised lighting solution.” SYD Q21
BE – Inspired by Italian Genius – Benetti Magazine
"Think of it: light can come from a fixed point like a star in the sky. Or light can come from the entire sky. Whichever solution you prefer, Promotech can create it." Clare Mahon
Showboats International – November 2014 edition
"A big boat may be a serious thing, but nothing expresses one’s humanity like a sense of humor. Marble in the baths and brushed aluminum and wood everywhere else can be boring—and humorless, according to megayacht designer Luiz de Basto, whose studio is in Miami, Florida. De Basto is keen on a new type of wood panel that’s illuminated from within using LEDs, capable of changing the colors of walls, floors and bulkheads." Showboats International
Charterworld.com – 13 October 2014
“Promotech Italia has projected, realized and set-up a special integrated lighting system on board the striking 49-metre Rossi Navi motor yacht Polaris (Prince Shark, hull FR028). This system became a physical part of the interior on board of superyacht Polaris.”
Digitalyachtnews.com – 13 October 2014
“Promotech Italia has projected, realized and set-up a special integrated lighting system which became a physical part of the interior on board this luxury yacht. “The master bathroom comes with a great onyx backlit waterproof wall, lighting up the whole room and provides a great general light and a unique atmosphere” – Claudio Giampaoli, CEO at Promotech Italia. “Together with [...] “ Pamela Paci
Superyachttimes.com - 8 October 2014
“Promotech Italia has recently set up a special integrated lighting system on board the 49 mt superyacht Polaris by Rossi navi” Gemma Fottles
Yacht style – September 2014 edition
"Light Fantastic - Tuscany is home to the avant garde as much as it is to the traditional. On the outskirts of Viareggio you will find a company that calls its product ‘integrated lighting’, meaning that the lighting systems that they design and build are internal and integral to the structure to be illuminated".
Yacht Design - December issue 2013
“Decorative accessories with colour and fantasy add liveliness and a touch of elegance to yacht design” Gaia Grassi
Super Yacht Design – Q13 2012
“Lighting can ultimately control the identity and feel of a space, creating subtle moods and ambience. From chandelier centrepieces to wall sconces, LED technology to innovative materials, lighting design requires a combination of technical and artistic inspiration and has never been more dynamic.
Our marble led lamp Moon identified as one innovative and elegant lamp when SYD scanned the market for new and avant- gard lighting designer lamps.
Versilia Produce - July 2012 edition
Specialized magazine dedicated to the marble industry. Promotech presents the latest within marble and onyx backlighting and lighting integration.
Fare vela – April 2012 edition
Presentation of our Oled bouquet and linear light Xena.
IBI Plus - January 2012 edition
“As with underwater and exterior illumination on boats, LED technology is driving the market for cabin lighting. But here it’s used to create intimate and effects more than powerful and bold displays”.
Showboats International - January 2012 edition
"Using Organic LEDs (OLEDs) developed by Philips, Promotech Presents Living Shapes, an entire wall that reacts to movement and adjusts the light intensity levels as people move in front of it"
Superyacht Design - Q8 2011
"The system of retro-illuminated wood panels give life and form to the light by taking on the hue, textures and grain of the wood it is shining through. Oak wood was utilised for the display, but just about but the darkest woods can be used."
Presentation about our luminous wood systems.