Light is evo­lu­tion

Goet­tling In­te­ri­ors – the top re­gional source for con­tem­po­rary Ger­man brands – pre­sents Oc­chio Light­ing.

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EN­LIGHT­ENED THINK­ING

With a part­ner­ship with Oc­chio Light­ing, Goet­tling In­te­ri­ors is re­defin­ing how the re­gion is think­ing about how il­lu­mi­na­tion can trans­form one’s life­style.

Founder and owner Oliver Goet­tling’s trusted re­la­tion­ship with top Ger­man brands can be seen in this re­gional ex­clu­sive ar­range­ment with the favourite brand of top in­ter­na­tional de­sign­ers.

The brand has won the hearts of re­gional de­sign­ers, es­pe­cially with the Mito light, when it ex­hib­ited at Down­town De­sign in 2017 – and, as ex­pected, it cre­ated quite a stir in the Dubai de­sign scene.

Known for in­no­va­tive mod­u­lar lu­mi­naire sys­tems, the top Ger­man light­ing brand be­lieves, like Goet­tling, that light qual­ity en­hances the qual­ity of life and is part of an evo­lu­tion­ary process of liv­ing thats en­hanced by thought­ful de­sign.

Oc­chios’ chic, sen­sual Mito fea­tures the brand’s sig­na­ture touch­less con­trol, that il­lu­mi­nates a room as if by magic. With sim­ple, in­te­grated ges­tures, the light in­ten­sity and even the colour of light can be con­trolled ac­cord­ing to mood and need. Aes­thetic mas­ter­pieces that ac­cen­tu­ate the Mito fam­ily’s quin­tes­sen­tial fea­ture, Mito largo and Mito rag­gio are new arc lu­mi­naires whose ring-shaped heads float weight­lessly on their con­i­cal, min­i­mal­ist car­bon bod­ies.

DE­SIGN LE­GACY

Con­tin­u­ing in the spirit of this rich le­gacy of de­sign cul­ture, Dubais Goet­tling In­te­ri­ors un­der­stands the power, priv­i­lege and re­spon­si­bil­ity of be­ing a trusted re­source for the com­mu­nity.

“I ap­pre­ci­ate and also per­son­ally res­onate with the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the emi­rate of Dubai where I founded my de­sign firm – self-made, am­bi­tious, re­silient and re­spect­ful to­wards tra­di­tions,” he ex­plains.

The trust is also linked to his core be­lief and un­der­stand­ing of the re­la­tion­ship be­tween lux­ury and de­sign. “With the steadily grow­ing num­ber of high net worth in­di­vid­u­als who aren’t ad­dled by lux­ury brands, there is a pro­por­tion­ate in­crease in the need to be dis­tinc­tive. The above re­la­tion­ship be­tween lux­ury de­mand­ing dis­creet ex­clu­siv­ity is ironed out by be­spoke de­signs. This is a peren­nial ev­er­in­creas­ing phe­nom­e­non, and hence we see more in­dul­gence and de­mand in the lux­ury mar­ket, much to our ben­e­fit,” says Goet­tling.

“My work ethic as a de­signer and busi­ness­man ex­udes the quin­tes­sen­tial Ger­man de­sign val­ues: high qual­ity, ef­fi­ciency, pre­ci­sion and awe-in­spir­ing aes­thet­ics,” ex­plains Goet­tling - whose epony­mous brand is the ex­clu­sive source for Oc­chio Light­ing.

DIS­PLAY­ING GREAT­NESS

The tran­quil panoramic view from his atyp­i­cally iconic, con­tem­po­rary show­room on the 34th floor of Ub­ora Tower in Busi­ness Bay – which takes in the iconic Burj Khal­ifa – is an awe-in­spir­ing vista for all his ex­ist­ing and prospec­tive clien­tele.

From his metic­u­lously de­signed ex­pe­ri­en­tial show­room the 18 mem­bers of his team of busi­ness­minded ar­chi­tects, engi­neers, in­te­rior de­sign­ers and highly-skilled crafts­men guide guests through premium Ger­man kitchens, light­ing, wardrobes, seat­ing suites and more. Hail­ing from many dif­fer­ent coun­tries, th­ese pro­fes­sion­als have been a part of the com­pany for many years, en­abling the brand to un­der­stand the di­ver­sity of all cul­tures liv­ing in Dubai and their in­di­vid­ual re­quire­ments and life­styles.

The com­pany’s state- of-the-art pre­sen­ta­tion area in­cludes photo-re­al­is­tic 3D sim­u­la­tions of pro­posed con­cepts, as well as sam­ples of the lat­est ma­te­ri­als and fin­ishes. The com­pany ex­clu­sively rep­re­sents top-notch Ger­man brands like Oc­chio Light­ing, Schüller kitchens, COR, In­ter­lübke & Ket­tnaker for seat­ing and wardrobes, and Mi­inu for rugs and car­pets.

In ad­di­tion, it also has Parador for floor­ing, Cosentino for quartz sur­faces, Gaggenau, Miele, Siemens, Elica and Lieb­herr for kitchen ap­pli­ances, and Fos­ter and Quooker for sinks and mix­ers.

“The mar­ket has many of­fer­ings when it comes to top- of-the-range brands,” con­tin­ues Goet­tling. “How­ever, we add the real value by giv­ing the in­ten­sive know-how and ex­pe­ri­ence in our field and the UAE mar­ket in par­tic­u­lar. It is ex­tremely im­por­tant to be able to of­fer a so­lu­tion to al­most any size of project and within all ex­pec­ta­tions.”

And un­like many show­rooms and de­sign cen­tres, ser­vice doesn’t end once guests leave the premises or make a pur­chase. “Our post-sales cus­tomer ser­vice is im­pec­ca­ble, reaf­firm­ing the trust our clients in­vest in us at the be­gin­ning of the project,” he em­pha­sises.

When asked about the place in Dubai that in­spires him the most, Goet­tling praises his show­room space, not­ing that it’s the in­ter­na­tional lux­ury in­te­rior brands, pro­fes­sional team and dis­cern­ing clients that have made the space into the pre­miere site for con­tem­po­rary Ger­man de­sign.

“It was de­signed as a silo of in­spi­ra­tion, with its un­ob­structed panoramic view of the ever-grow­ing emi­rate of Dubai, and the tran­quil­lity the show­room en­vi­ron­ment of­fers. Come see us to be­lieve it,” Goet­tling pro­claims. We can’t wait for our next visit.

I ap­pre­ci­ate and also per­son­ally res­onate with the char­ac­ter­is­tics of THE EMI­RATE OF DUBAI WHERE I FOUNDED MY DE­SIGN fiRM – SELF-MADE, AM­BI­TIOUS, RE­SILIENT AND RE­SPECT­FUL TO­WARDS TRA­DI­TIONS. OLIVER GOET­TLING

Mito sospeso sus­pended, height-ad­justable lu­mi­naires

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Mito largo arc lu­mi­naire

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