The Happy Childhood Foundation, affiliated to the Philippe Hatem Foundation for a Happy Childhood – Geneva, an organization devoted to supporting vulnerable and abused children, recently held a fundraising gala for which Lumiere Group served as contributor. Lumiere Studio also conceived the lighting design for the evening, using Viabizzuno’s C2 LED RGB in blue, pink, white and green for the corridors and Poppy Terra tulip-shaped floor lamps for the entrance. A sign inside the music hall is lit with C2 LED, while Viabizzuno’s Lucciola were used to illuminate an indoor olive tree. The floor lamp by the tree uses Viabizzuno’s Bamboo.
The funds raised during this event will finance various children programs run by the foundation, including basic necessities, health, education, protection and recreation, as well as the extension project of the Laetitia Hatem Rehabilitation Center in Hôtel-Dieu de France hospital in Beirut. This extension will increase the total area of the center from 400sqm to 1,000sqm to add a therapy pool and more rehabilitation space, as well as a healing garden immediately adjacent to the center, designed by landscape architect and fellow board member of the Happy Childhood Foundation – Lebanon, Vladimir Djurovic, to provide serenity and peace.
Lumiere Studio and Lumiere Group worked with Lebanon’s Academie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts (ALBA) to launch a lighting competition for interior architecture students. Candidates were instructed to develop a lighting design concept for a multi-level house. A jury composed of Lumiere Studio representatives and ALBA faculty members selected the winning design and presented the victors with the top prize, a trip to Rome.
Lumiere Group is a major supplier of high end lighting fittings in lebanon and the middle east. Every year, Lumiere Group shows their customers appreciation for their loyalty, with a corporate gift for the holiday season.
In greek mythology, the olive tree was given to the people as a gift from the gods. Therefore, the olive oil was chosen. After multiple tastings, a fine extra virgin olive oil from the south of lebanon was picked. The label was designed with an emphasis on 100% Lebanese. The wooden box was custom made and the logo was hot stamped on the box. The pamphlet included the story of where the oil came from, the olive tree history and symbolism, as well as how to properly taste olive oil.
The cover of the pamphlet was printed on a sirio bruno 140grm paper where the logo was embossed. The inside was printed on antinoe brut white 270grm. Each bottle had a tag customized with the name of the customer. The package was later on wrapped with a 90grm kraft paper with the logo printed on it.