our works

artec3 carries out projects through 3 departments: lighting design, lab and lights. We have arranged our works in the following categories to guide you on a transversal tour through the most relevant projects of artec3.

lighting design

artec3 lighting design is dedicated to developing high-quality architectural lighting projects through close, proactive relationships with the design teams and clients. Shaping light, we create innovative lighting designs that enhance the architecture and its contents, while achieving the program and sustainable goals. Take a look to our most relevant projects.

lights

Our lights emerge from the experience developed in our lighting designs projects and the study of the function and emotion of the light interacting with space and people. artec3 Studio, by merging research, technology and taking care of details, has developed new concepts of light. Our designs are produced by recognized manufacturers and have been internationally awarded. Enjoy a selection of our luminaires designs and bespoke lights.

lab

We offer unique tailor-made light works, created according to the destination and the clients’ needs; generating synergies through people’s interaction.

We have 3 ways of expressing our light works:
EXPERIENCES/ IDENTITIES/ ARTWORKS.

Torico Square

Teruel, Spain 2007


The lighting concept aims to enhance the perception of perspective and direction, given by the square and its built surrounding ́s spatial configuration, without making too obvious the monument under which the plaza is named (“Torico”).

The pavement is treated as element of fluency, with luminescent inlays that might be white or red, in reference to the town ́s flag. This fluid distribution over the whole square evokes old water tracks, finding the Torico fountain at its point of inflexion and, at the same time, is ordered to address the location of the ark and the water reservoir in the museum underneath.


Client: Diputación de Aragón
Architect: b720 Arquitectos
Awards: Award of Merit, IALD 2009; Finalist, FAD 2008 (City and Landscape)
Photo: ©Duccio Malagamba