Welcome to the marvellous realm of light.

More atmosphere, more style, a perfect symbiosis.

It is light that lends each area its own special presence and that intentionally emphasises specific areas within them. Only a successful interplay of architecture, interiors, and light give rise to a harmonious totality. A well-thought-out dramatic composition of more or less light increases the experience of spatial structure and its contents. It is not always the amount of light that allows us to see what is worth seeing. For more than 30 years Molto Luce has been in the business of helping to put its customers in the proper light and is acquainted with all aspects of functional lighting.


Right from the start Fritz Eiber, the founder of the company, has always had a clear picture of his company in sight. His love for Italy and his interest in modern design and good architecture  inspired him to found Molto Luce in 1981.

Unlimited light experience.

Today Molto Luce`s marks of light go far beyond Austria`s borders. The company employs 400 members of staff and it has also established internationally as excellent project partner for providing high-grade, design-oriented illumination, as well as for professional light planning. The long lasting experience in the field of superior illumination leaves its marks on the development of products and thus guarantees functional, market-orinetated lighting solutions.  The understanding of lifestyles, the tuning into the human needs and awareness of behaviours are further relevant modules in creating innovative lighting concepts.

More than just light.

For more than 35 years, Molto Luce has been focused on lighting. Multifaceted lights. Product design in its most beautiful form, combined with outstanding performance, combined with comprehensive planning know-how. In sum, this results in a total package of aesthetics, performance, and benefits. 

Professional lighting solutions for every kind of room - shops, hotels, restaurants, doctors’ practices, universities, offices, or private houses. Adequately designed to fit specific, varied tasks, they are situationally and individually designed in a coherent overall concept. In the end, the room is perfectly illuminated: the light is positioned where it is needed, the atmosphere just as it should be, and the colour, output, and efficiency are perfectly suited to the circumstances. Architecture, interior, and lighting solutions are a planned symbiosis. Ultimately, it is not about the brightness per se, but about an additional effect, mood, and well-being, as well as a greater flexibility, performance, and efficiency.