Light + Building 2014 Frankfurt – Castaldi & Norlight

April 29th, 2014 by retail design blog

CASTALDI LIGHTING was founded in 2011 from the merging of “Ing. Castaldi Illuminazione” and “Norlight”, two well-established companies in the lighting sector, which over the years had successfully acquired a well-established and recognised position respectively in the Outdoor and Indoor segments, with a particular focus on Office Buildings, public areas etc. and specialised applications (e.g. clean rooms for pharmaceutical production, hospital systems etc.).

Castaldi and Norlight products are the result of the ongoing commitment towards Research & Development, Lighting Design, control over production processes and Quality Assurance, which means that even the “Custom made” requirements of the most demanding customers can be always met. The Company manufactures its products solely in Italy, in the Cassano Magnago and Gallarate plants, thanks to its fully integrated production system and the in-house, product control and testing laboratories which allow the highest standards to be maintained.

The ceaseless attention to Design is an unfailing strength of Castaldi Lighting products; certain top Designers such as Piero Castiglioni, Claudio Bellini, Alfonso Femia, Gianluca Peluffo have worked with the Company for many years. The company is located in the surroundings of Cassano Magnano (VA) and operates with a “Quality Management System” certified ISO 9001:2000.

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