Thanks to its hook form and sufficiently long cable, the universal lamp »Help« can be suspended wherever it is needed. Designer Rupert Kopp has created a seemingly graphic light tool, which invites us to improvise: as a work light, wall lamp, pendant light, but most of all, as a lamp for any purposes. With 1900 lumens of brightness, rooms are powerfully lit. Thanks to the newest LED technology, the lamp is still highly energy efficient and economical. The light can be dimmed as well as turned on and off by slightly touching the touch dimmer. Due to its robust soft touch lacquer, the object is easy to grip and pleasant to hold.
• Dimensions Lamp: 26 cm
• Dimensions Cable: 360 cm
• Material: ABS plastic, soft-touch laquer
The handle shows what this luminaire is all about. The Roxxane Leggera wants to be moved around, wants to be there wherever light is needed. With its striking design and ergonomic positioning, its handle turns the Roxxane Leggera into a lightweight “luminaire to go”.
Roxxane Leggera into a lightweight “luminaire to go”. Light as a feather, it can be effortlessly transported from one room to the next, from the play area to the terrace, to the sofa or to your favourite spot by the window. And as it works without a cable thanks to the integrated battery pack, you don‘t need to search for a socket or worry about a tangle of wires.
After around 100 hours, the Roxxane Leggera needs a short stop for refuelling and has to be attached to its power cord. Thanks to the charging puck, this procedure almost takes care of itself with no need to bend down or search for a socket. The magnetic charging puck connects up with a discreet clack. Meanwhile, the equally discreet LED cascade indicates the charging status.
The integrated rechargeable lithium ion battery liberates the luminaire from the otherwise obligatory power outlet and allows it to be positioned wherever required. It is mounted by means of a built-in magnet that attaches the light to a metal wall plate. After up to 150 hours of use, the battery is drained and ready for recharging – either via its micro-USB port or a separate rapid charger. The actual luminaire contains light-emitting diodes that use a microstructured light guide to emit diffuse light in the direction of both the wall and the room – the distinctive kink in the housing is specially designed to assist with this double-sided effect. The luminaire is activated and dimmed via a capacitive sensor and equipped with daylight and presence sensors that regulate the luminous intensity automatically. What’s more, the lights are able to communicate with one another wirelessly, enabling groups of several individual units to be switched on simultaneously.
We have already done away with the need for a power cord. But unfortunately, we are not yet in a position to overcome gravity, which is why Gravity is held in position by a gossamer-thin, almost invisible wire. The luminaire itself is also so ethereal that it is hardly present – but when switched on, Gravity proves itself to be a real lighting giant with its 500 lumens. Gravity is switched on and off and dimmed by means of touchless control via the integrated gesture sensor. The search for the right wall switch has been rendered unnecessary. If there is a row of adjacent luminaires, they communicate wirelessly with one another, are activated at the same time or dim to exactly the same level.
Releasing light from its cable may at first seem trivial and unspectacular. But the new ultra-portable Roxxane Fly is the pioneer of a totally new generation of LED luminaires that not only opens up new areas of lighting but also breaks with existing conventions in the way we handle light. Compact, light, flexible, a strong lighting performance and completely unfettered – these are just a few of the luminaire‘s many talents. Its struggle to overcome gravity could almost be described as a superpower if magnetism were not involved.
Roxxane Fly is extremely versatile. Its compact size and low weight make it a master of manoeuvrability and your constant companion. Powerful integrated magnets on the bottom even hold it upside-down or keep it in place on vertical metal surfaces. The non-slip, soft plastic coating on the bottom keeps it steady on smooth and inclined surfaces. In addition to armrests, tables and parquet floors, its favourite places include not only the metal surfaces of USM furniture and console tables but it also likes to hang around on steel supports or on its side between books on a shelf. The 3D head joint can be moved through 270° in three planes, whereby it not only outdoes any owl but also provides bright light exactly where it is wanted.
Strong it is, the light side. Other than in George Lucas’s (soon-to-be) 7-part “trilogy” about heavy-breathing men in face masks and freaks in pyjamas armed with rudimentary light-sabres, our Force One luminaire, as the protagonist of the light side, possesses some real superpowers – enabled by a wide array of sensors that any Jedi knight worthy of the name would have loved to have at his disposal. Not to mention the lumens per watt or DIN-compliance workplace lighting. Composed of head, backbone and base, our trilogy really consists of three parts and no more. May the force be with you.
Its name is as striking as its shape: FORCE ONE. When you see and use it for the first time, everything about it looks carefully conceived. Every detail has its own logic and its elegantly clear contours generate an impression of overall coherence. The crucial innovations of the Force One are perhaps not at all apparent at first glance, but become clear in daily use. Its head projects unusually far over the work surface and its base disappears almost entirely beneath the desk. In order to achieve this, the designer Rupert Kopp integrated the technical units into the base although they are usually located in the head of luminaires. This made it possible to create an extremely thin head only 20 millimetres thick. The result is uniform, large-surface illumination of the work area. Thanks to its thoroughly thought-out details and its slim silhouette, the Force One exudes an elegance that endows it with a powerful aesthetic presence, irrespective of the angle from which you look at it.
BY THE WAY: There are two versions of the Force One (one with 6,246 lumens and a “Power” version with 8,472 lumens) and it is available with three different surfaces: anodised aluminium, aluminium brilliant white and aluminium with a natural polished finish. Force One luminaires can be supplied in 2,700 K, 3,000 K, 4,000 K.
LED.next wall luminaire for the office and home, diffuser surface made of polycarbonate for glare suppression and directing the light downwards by means of aligned conical indentations, luminaire head and arm made of painted aluminium, joints and wall suspension made of die-cast zinc, the luminaire can be operated and dimmed
intuitively thanks to its touchless gesture control system, the high degree of manoeuvrability is achieved through precisely calibrated friction joints and a 270° rotatable 3D rod end, the luminaire‘s utilised flux amounts to a total of 413 lumens, flexible supply cord (round profile) from converter to luminaire, black, length 2 m.
Yak is a coat rack with bench below, a typical mobile input from performing two functions at the same time, support overcoats and hats and offer support in a shared room for quick passage. Minimal line, the structure of Yak is untreated wood ash, while the seat is powder-coated steel, white or black.The frame that supports coathooks is slightly oblique, leans forward to keep the clothes from being pinched on the wall.
LED.next desk luminaire for the office and home. Diffuser surface made of polycarbonate for glare suppression and directing the light downwards by means of aligned conical indentations. Luminaire head and arm made of painted aluminium, base plate made of painted steel (please order separately), flexible supply cord from luminaire to converter (1,5 m), thanks to its touchless gesture control system, the luminaire can be operated and dimmed intuitively. The high degree of manoeuvrability is achieved through precisely calibrated friction joints and the 270° rotatable, 3D rod end. The luminaire‘s utilised flux amounts to a total of 413 lumens.
It’s a real magic item our “Magic”. The three vertical tubes can all turn around and let Magic change its character, this coatrack never appears boring. Due to the shape of the tubes they like to carry handbags, scarves and all kind of jackets. While the upper ring can be used for hangers and the attached hooks offer plenty space for other clothes. The lower ring of solid steel is heavy enough to give enough stability in each position.
LED.next desk luminaire for the office. Diffuser surface made of polycarbonate for glare suppression and directing the light downwards by means of aligned conical indentations. Luminaire head and arm made of painted aluminium, base plate made of painted steel (please order separately), flexible supply cord from luminaire to converter (1,5 m), thanks to its touchless gesture control system, the luminaire can be operated and dimmed intuitively. The high degree of manoeuvrability is achieved through precisely calibrated friction joints and the 270° rotatable, 3D rod end. With 1063 lumens, the luminaire‘s utilised flux complies with the recommendations for work surface lighting.
LED.next reading luminaire for the home. Diffuser surface made of polycarbonate for glare suppression and directing the light downwards by means of aligned conical indentations. Luminaire head and arm made of painted aluminium, base plate made of painted steel, flexible supply cord from luminaire to converter (1,5 m), thanks to its touchless gesture control system, the luminaire can be operated and dimmed intuitively. The high degree of manoeuvrability is achieved through precisely calibrated friction joints and the 270° rotatable, 3D rod end. The luminaire‘s utilised flux amounts to a total of 413 lumens.
Le Bock is made of a 5mm laser cutted steelplate. Folded and powdercoated developes Le Bock its shape from a flat sheet to a very stabil stackable structure.
LeBock is aMAGAZIN product. http://www.magazin.com/
The world of office lighting is dominated by aluminium and powder-coated surfaces. EVIO leaves troddenpaths, surrounding the light with laminatedwood and Eternit®. The idea to have the technical corpus surrounded by unusual materials on both sides results in a smoothly dynamicshape. The lightly curved, clear lines speak forthemselves. They make the design and function of the luminaire evident; the design becomes the principle.
Finely grained beech wood and elegant walnut make us think about furniture, flooring and wall panels. Eternit®, on the other hand, reminds us of buildings labs or interior design elements familiar from the seventies. What is unusual for both materials, however, is that they are being used for the technically sophisticated housing of a lighting. This is what makes Evio stand out self-confidently from conventional systems. It acts in a field of tension, with technical precision and a material quality that plays with textures, grains and colour shades. Each lighting is unique. The slim line light element, with its smoothly flowing forms, makes the lighting design truly expressive. Like an elegant evening coat, wood and Eternit® are wrapped around thelight center.
Tegel results from the principle, to give an additional fold to a rectangular tube profile.
Each element consists of different proportions. Three of those segments are joined to one unit, turning the object into a solid system.
The single segments keep their autonomy due to their distinctive folding.
Combining several units together, some segments being rotated 180 degrees, the ensemble attains a structure that is not directly accessibleto the beholder.
Description of the product ponydesign:pony, in its edition with compact fluorescent tubes, has been developed as additional lighting for office-like environments.In addition to being affordable at a reasonable price, pony also works economical. Its light weight in combination with its compact measurements ensure rapid and unproblematic integration into any given office, while its distinguished shape fits perfectly smooth into every architectural environment.Unambiguously, pony’s unique form determines its future location in a room.The luminaire’s form pre-describes the room it is supposed to illuminate. Combined with each other, room and light, grow more spa-tious.A central presence is found in the middle column connecting the static foot with its luminous head. The angular, squarecut pro-file has been generously rounded off on the inside edge and the one lying opposite. An area of 20cm on the resulting curve has been equipped with a touchtronik system in an ergonomically advantageous hight.It is reaching for the luminaire itself that flicks the switch, and resting on it that does the dimming – no external switch involved here.Both sensory control panels are connected. Thus one flicks the switch by touching either of the two, or by simultaneously touching both of them in a grasp. The column’s radius is present throughout the desing of the whole luminaire.By consistently applying the radius to the edges of head and foot respectively, an interesting offset is created wherethe column is joined together with head and foot. This causes the glareshield of both extremities of the luminaire to run through.When switched on, this bridge, due to the emittance of light, creates a formal unity of the luminous areas.Technicals:the luminaire is made of aluminium and has been anodised. For special treatments the metal pieces are powder coated.In its basic edition the luminaire is equipped with one economic compact fluorescent tube.The 24w tube – depending on the glareshield – emits its light directly onto the workplace and indirectly into the room.Equipped with a head reflector the luminaire can only be produced as a direct light radiator.The cable is inserted into a low lying plug on the downside of the column, as is custom in the field of computers.A second plug in this same area is designed for a cable that connects several ponys within one electric circuit.The foot offers space for optional inclusion of plugs on the upside.
The design of the hammerlamp stands for simpleness, quality and sustainability.
To demand interaction with the light, it’s design has deliberately renounced any possibility of adjustment, playfully the user is forced to discover his own intended use.
Hard edges and an unusual high weightadd a particularhaptics to thelamp.
Constructed in solid high quality cnc milled aluminium, the burnished and colourful anodized finish support the lamps objectuality.
Lappland for the ADIDAS iconstore no74 n Berlin.
Supported from OSRAM with the light fixture PLANON
All real gold!
The counter for the Adidas Icon Store no74 in Berlin.
Made of anodized aluminium.
Bigblock is a spotlightsystem with strangely endearing anthropomorphic characteristics that belieits boxy utilitarian appearance.
At first sight you wouldn’t call it elegant. But if you have a closer look at it, the way it gently bents its neck and looks at you through big bright eyes, you will realiseits unexpected grace.
The spotlight system ‘Bigblock’ was custom-made for the Adidas Icon Store No74 in Berlin.
CNC milled fromsolid stainless steel