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Trend colour "Copper"
Trend colour "Copper"
Andreas Gabl
05. January 2016
Andreas Gabl

No matter whether it's in the kitchen, workroom, living room, or even in the bedroom - copper is back.

In terms of colour symbolism, copper is traditionally assigned to Venus and accordingly stands for aesthetic beauty, creativity, sensitivity, enjoyment of life, a cultivated lifestyle, enjoyment of luxury, and for intense feelings and capacity to love. It couldn't be more suitable for hours of cosy time spent together. For this reason, we also have a large selection of copper-coloured lamps available to you.

Andreas Gabl
Andreas Gabl
I’m with EGLO since 2011 and since 2013 I’m the Senior Product Designer.
The inspiration for our lightings I take out of architecture, fashion and automobile industry.

One of my favourite quotation form Steve Jobs:
„Design is not just what it looks like and feels like – design is how it works.“

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