For over four months we have told the stories of our lights. We talked about how the names of our products came to be, what we associate with them and why they mean so much to us. Every single luminaire is something very special for us – an important part of the story of HOLY TRINITY. With VARA, our little series is now experiencing its final act in terms of dramaturgy. So what we have left to say is: Curtain up.

VARA – The truth

 

We are often asked if the name VARA has anything to do with truth. And indeed, it is no coincidence that the name greatly resembles the world for truth in many languages. On our travels through Europe, we’ve learned how to say truth in different Romance languages. For example, in Spanish-speaking countries, truth can be translated as verdad, and vérité in French. The Italian term verodescribes everything real and true, which comes very close to our definition of light: for us light means revelation and visibility; light makes the world a reality. VARA provides clarity and helps us focuses on the truths in our lives.

❞ For us light means revelation and visibility; light makes the world a reality.  ❝

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