Chara is designed by Studio ATA, Clem François Fiorenti and Alfredo Farnè. It is characterised by a contemporary and essential design featuring stainless steel base with angled end and a cylindrical light fixture hanging from a long arm.
Chara system won the Neri Award, while ‘Light Chara’ was selected for the ‘Compasso d'Oro’ Award in 2006.
In Ravenna Chara system, in its three versions has been used to lit and furnish the train station.
In Pollena Trocchia Chara is lighting the main street.
BRESSEO – TEOLO
In Bresseo – Teolo Chara’s one and two arms versions are lighting a car park and the road to a church.
In the central square of Brienza, the Chara system has been used in the two-lights-staggered-arms version.
In Lamezia Terme Chara has been used for the new market project.
In Potenza, Chara has been installed in the ‘Rione Francioso’.
CASTEL ROMANO – CINECITTÁ WORLD
In the large park built at Cinecittà, dedicated to cinema, Chara system has been set to lit and decorate the main entrance.
In Riccione Chara has been used replacing the fixture ‘Light Chara’ with ‘Light 34’.
‘Lungomare di Scauri’ has been lit with two different versions of the Chara system. In the first case the pole is simple and wihout the stainless steel base; in the second case the lighting fixture ‘Light Chara’ has been replaced with ‘Light 34’.