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Conceptual planning and furnishing consultation with smow and Secto

Octo wooden lamp by Secto in a company cafeteria

Secto founder Tuula Jusélius and designer Seppo Koho first met in 1995, and quickly understood they shared a passion for Nordic woods, straightforward, clear Scandinavian design and professional woodworking. And that there are no wooden lights on the market that can be stylistically combined with wooden furniture. There response was the conical Secto 4200 pendant, a contemporary classic quickly joined by other Secto wooden lamps, such as the Petite, Victo or Octo collection.

Today the Finnish manufacturer exports its wooden lights globally and, with its sometimes extravagant and concessionally simple lamps, is especially popular in context of project planning, be that in hotels, restaurants, shops or airports. The small wood workshop has developed into an internationally operating company, which remains true to the raw material wood and its high-quality processing.

Secto @ smow

Should you require more information on Secto furniture, please contact your local smow store. We offer Secto through the following smow stores:

smow Chemnitz
smow Leipzig
smow Kempten

Individual project planning with Secto

Secto lights in the food court of Oslo Central Station

Take advantage of our experience when planning your project with Secto office furniture and profit from our individual support - from planning to implementation. Whether for the home, office or public area, share your ideas with our planning department.

Depending on the nature of the project, the realisation of your project with our architects or interior designers will be coordinated via your local smow store or via our online team. You can contact the smow planning department from Monday to Friday between 8am and 7pm on +49 (0) 341 2222 88 66 or via email projekt@smow.de


Hotel planning with Secto

Hotel lobby with Octo lamps from Secto


The Secto 4210 lamp in a hotel

Hotel reception with designer lamps from Secto


Catering planning with Secto

The success of Secto is built on the Secto 4200 - seen here in a museum restaurant


Wooden lights from Secto in a café

A modern Bar with wooden Secto lighting


Bar with Secto pendant lights

Various Secto lights in a bistro

Restaurant with Secto wooden lamps


Planning public spaces with Secto

Library with wooden lights from Secto


Secto lights in the Nokia Experience Center