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In the heart of London's creative quarter Clerkenwell, JUNG provides an innovative experience for an international architectural scene. The exhibition space showcases multifunctional design living on two levels, focusing on comfort, aesthetic design and modern technology.
The London JUNG experience combines modular lighting design with intelligent KNX control and versatile switch ranges. In the showroom, the complete JUNG range for modern hotel installations can be experienced and tested.
Innovative technology for optimal user experience and high-quality design
The idea was to create a space with multifunctional control options only revealed and accessible while experiencing the installation, for at first glance technology is not too obvious. The concept developed by JUNG focuses on comfort rather than complexity and reflects one of the core concepts of the JUNG brand.
The JUNG KNX system links the house’s interfaces. The functioning of smooth communications between hotel guests and personnel is demonstrated by products of the hospitality sector – e.g. the corridor unit or the hotel card switch with RFID reader.
The product range of Plug & Light facilitates innovative lighting design. The replaceable design lamps can at any time simply be docked to the socket by means of a magnet – a lighting design more modular and flexible than ever before.
Clear design language and modern lightness
Apart from intelligent solutions for living and object areas JUNG also presents its aesthetic switch designs in the London showroom. High-quality metal finish smooth to the touch, selected colours by Les Couleurs® Le Corbusier for combining – design icon LS 990 is displayed in the showroom in many facets.
Each architecture concept is based on individual conditions, requirements and wishes. Therefore JUNG advises clients on-site only by personal appointment - with a holistic approach and tailor-made solutions. JUNG is very much looking forward to welcoming architects, interior designers and builders in person.