Marc Pascal’s Design Is Elevating the Lighting Experience

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Victoria, Australia — 12/19/2017 — Marc Pascal's design, a global leader in lighting innovation with the most compact and powerful directional lighting system on the market, thoughtfully designed to meet the demands of lighting projects across any budget.

Marc Pascal's design provides lighting solutions that integrate seamlessly into the environment, provide improved quality of light and save energy.

“One of our core design principles is beauty and for us, that begins with the light”. said Marc Pascal, Founder of Marc Pascal Design.

Marc Pascal's design encourages a collaborative process between the client and our studio, one of the key strengths of our lighting is the modular coloring system we employ where each light is “made to order” to the client's color preferences. Informed by his education in Fine Art, and Industrial Design, Marc manipulates materials and light as a means of evoking unique spatial experiences, we believe each piece should empower the spaces they inhabit.

We have made appearances at the design fairs of Melbourne, Tokyo, Milan, Singapore, Dubai and Seoul due to our distinctive and unique designs, with our dynamic kinetic light fittings exhibited and sold internationally.

We are challenged daily to deliver a leading-edge platform that is not only aesthetically beautiful but also delivers the highest punch and best customer experience.

About Marc Pascal's design
Founded over two decades ago by serial innovator Marc Pascal, Marc Pascal's design has become known for its many innovations in Lighting design. The company is known within the lighting industry for innovating and delivering a comprehensive line of high-performing products.

To learn more about Marc Pascal's design, visit

Phone number: +61 3 94626790

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Sarah Thompson

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Sarah is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing. Before joining Daily Telescope she worked as a staff writer at Fast Company and spent two years as a foreign correspondent in Turkey. Her work has been published in Al Jazeera America, The Nation, Vice News, Motherboard, and many other outlets.
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