The first product in the Artiste series, this fixture bears the name of one of the most renowned painters, Leonardo da Vinci, who illuminated the world with his knowledge and through his works, in which light plays a predominant role.
A fluid design that shows DaVinci's mix of American and European origins. The control panel is equipped with six touch-keys to select the options.
The presentation of this spot, which uses a 270 W white LED source, is rather enticing: compact, powerful, complete, affordable. Will it be a new source of inspiration for light designers?
The birth of Elation
Elation Professional was founded in the US in 1992. A little sister company of American DJ, Elation was created to develop fixtures dedicated to musical performances, theaters and TV studios. Sources were based on the US market speed and power expectations. The establishment and development of a team in Europe – which now comprises more than 100 people, including R&D – has made it possible for them to integrate the needs of European designers. This year, more than 800 Elation fixtures illuminated the Eurovision stage in Kiev.
The rebirth of Elation– a Renaissance
Elation's goal is clearly not to climb to the top end of the market, but to make a name for itself in the market for fixtures that combine quality with an attractive price. The DaVinci, which inaugurates the new Artiste Series, is a spot with the fairly slender design that shows us the recognizable touch of European R&D.