In every project there is an unspoken language and harmony that must exist between the spaces and the fixtures that occupy them. Apure was born of the necessity to bridge the gap between functionality and form without interrupting this language and the overall design intent of the space.
With over three decades of lighting design experience, Apure was founded in 2013 to identify and develop innovative and state of the art lighting solutions without sacrificing aesthetics. In collaboration with the world-renowned Porsche Design Studio and a team of our engineers in Germany, each product is designed with a clear purpose to solve a specific issue. This coupled with the tradition of fine craftsmanship and attention to detail, Apure has achieved its goal with a line of sophisticated and specialized products that gratifies the silent demand.
German light designer Uli Petzold creates the perfect illumination for luxury architecture in Miami—with spotlights designed by Studio F.A. Porsche. Customers like Latin-pop superstar Luis Fonsi appreciate Petzold’s understated aesthetics and painstaking attention to detail.
Minus takes most of the recess out of recessed lighting. With a 3/4-inch heat sink, and a 13/32-inch aperture, the Minus virtually disappears. The mighty Minus can be installed within multiple materials and allows for ceilings to be dropped less than 1 inch, making it ideal for new construction or a retrofit projects.
Opus by Apure was awarded with the Red Dot, the international distinction for high design quality. Opus incorporates all significant interior functions; lighting, sound, air conditioning and multi-sensor monitoring, which lie embedded in its sleek channel. Devices can be added, removed, or repositioned at any time after the initial installation.
Since 1972 Studio F. A. Porsche designs products and develops brand strategies for clients worldwide honoring the philosophy of its founder Ferdinand A. Porsche. Today the full- service design agency is headquartered in Zell am See, Austria with offices in Berlin and Singapore. It is part of the Porsche Design Group, which is a majority-owned subsidiary of Porsche AG.