Photo: Dior
Photo: Dior

Christian Dior Perfume Shops worldwide

LED spotlights and tracks in elegant black

Since autumn of 2016, our fbl series has been a part of the new shop concept of Christian Dior Perfumes, staging and high-lighting fragrances and cosmetics for the luxury brand.

Everything began in Hongkong. Meanwhile, mawa is represented in Dior in many countries around the world, whether France, Australia, Brazil, China or the United Arab Emirates.

Mounted in mawa profiles, fbl spotlights are installed in more than 130 stores. The spotlight housing in dull-matt, black or white powder-coating, follows the design of the ceiling. Spotlight color is chosen depending on the specific products being displayed. Cool 4000K lighting sets the stage for make-up, fresh and color-neutral. Perfumes are flatteringly illuminated in warm-toned 3000K.

Our specially developed profile contributes to the special aesthetics of the stores. The profile is able to be flush-mounted in the ceiling and plastered, cleanly and easily. Diverse components can be integrated – including the surface-mounted track of the independent track-system manufacturer, Eutrac, among others. Installed within the profile, the track system disappears into the ceiling. Intrac-adapters allow for free placement of the lights along the entire length and positive locking within the track geometry. The mawa-profile: a well-developed system allowing spotlights to seemingly hover below the ceiling.

Scope of services

more than 130 Dior Fragrance Stores, worldwide, with track spotlights fbl-11

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Photo: Dior

Maximum freedom for presentation

In conviction that EUTRAC conductor tracks and adapters offer the greatest freedom and highest quality, mawa has developed a special installation profile. Recessed without edges in drywall ceilings, it allows tracks and specially developed downlights to disappear well above the ceiling horizon. The pictures above show the Dior Fragrance Store in the Tai He Mall in Fuzhou and below in the Golden Eagle World Center in Nanjing.

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