Success is frequently the result of consistent reflection on established answers. That is how it was with Axel Meise.
In the early nineties as a lighting designer in a world of architecture and design, he was amazed by the esthetic proliferation of different light sources in private and public rooms.
The reason for this was clear: every room calls for a specific lighting solution, and at the time this was only possible using many different types of lighting solutions.
The concept of a comprehensive “lighting tool“ haunted Axel Meise. At the end of the nineties Occhio (“eye” in Italian) was born, the fruit of his many years of preoccupation with light. This was the start of a continuous innovation process and a constant stream of new design and application solutions.
Light is evolution.Occhio