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Welcome professionals, building owners and all others interested in lighting and sound design!

My name is Michele Bruno, I’m the founder of this network called Kalisode and the coordinator our activities of work and research. According to Kalisode network, light and sound need to collaborate and integrate together to render a space 4D, meaningful.

All the professional who joined Kalisode network, did that because they were aware that they couldn’t work alone any longer, the vastity of the knowledge field is too wide: daylighting, architectural lighting, lighting for the shows, sound engineering.
Today integration is a must and we work for that!

The present of our profession passes through daily collaboration with IT specialist to control huge data networks, interoperability and still we are not at the end, we have the strong support of 2D and 3D renders animators for infographics and video content editor to modify that stream of content which today it is a tsunami of uncontrolled Bits. We developed skills even into another parallel field, this is called: daylighting. At Kalisode we are able to optimize the amount of sunlight availability inside your dwellings and reduce the energy consumption for heating and cooling thanks to our calculations.

But it is not only a matter of engineering, sunlight is much more effective than electric lighting. Sunlight brings within itself warmth and involves a third sense: the touch, sunlight stimulates our hormones production and regulates our biological clock, it’s so crucial for us!
Lighting and sound design will enhance so your well-being and create multiple sensorial experiences that we want to shape for you.

Hiring our team means for you to have the possibility of reshaping your ambient, again and again, many times per day, with something that is untouchable, delivers well-being, change aspect from day to night and gives new significance to your space.
In us, you will find efficient professionals who like being your counsellors and team players.

So let’s start to draw the first strokes: together!

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