From linearity to circularity

In its approach to design and in its corporate policy (production and commercial), Luceplan is inspired by and concretely adheres to certain core values:
Design research on light as a tool to improve human well-being
Product safety
Environmental sustainability
Ethical responsibility
Dialogue and transparency with its stakeholders

These values, supported by an experimental vocation that translates into constant research and application of new technologies and innovative materials, allow Luceplan to introduce into the international distribution chain only products that are functional, efficient and have the least possible impact on the environment.

Levante, suspension lamp
Farel, a suspension lamp that is made by a recyclable material

Luceplan is actively committed to reducing the environmental impact of processes and products, at all stages of their life cycle. Every day the most technically and economically sustainable solutions are verified, thanks to a close synergy between technical departments, quality office and suppliers, in order to further reduce this impact.

The first acknowledgement of Luceplan’s commitment was obtaining FSC┬« certification for its ILLAN and LITA products, as they only use wood from certified responsibly managed forests. Similarly for the FAREL acoustic product cladding, Luceplan became the guardian of the Seaqual┬« label, a large-scale project to clean the seas and coastal areas of plastic waste in order to transform it into fully traceable recycled raw material.

FSC logo and Seaqual logo. Luceplan became guardian of the Seaqual label and it obtains FSC certification
Lita, table lamp

Furthermore, in the development of all other products in the catalogue, Luceplan promotes the use of natural resources and the efficiency of energy consumption, reducing or eliminating harmful substances and pollutants, and implementing solutions that enable the transition from a linear to a circular business model.

Another fundamental aspect for Luceplan is what could be defined as ‘ethical sustainability’, i.e. the legality and integrity of its work and the valorization of its employees first and foremost as people to be protected. Luceplan bases all its activities on ethical values such as honesty and transparency, respecting laws and regulations in force on the one hand, and rules and procedures adopted by the company in terms of conduct on the other.
This same line of conduct is shared not only at all company levels and with stakeholders.

A person assembly the Costanza lamp.