TRILUX, the renowned luminaire manufacturer, presents a wide range of innovations at this year's light+building in hall 3.0, stand D11/E11, including a luminaire series which won the iF design award 2004 of the International Forum Design Hannover.
This new product family designed by Daniel Kübler is an instrument for office and workstation lighting that convinces with innovative photometrics, clear outlines and independent shapes and creates a noticeably pleasant atmosphere. Thanks to the natural appearance and the optimal ergonomic light design the luminaire range can be integrated in the most diverse office scenarios.
The free-standing luminaire consists of three basic elements, the stand foot, the stand profile with the support profile to house the control gear as well as the luminaire heads which integrate lamps and the optical system. The luminaire heads are displaceable and therefore variable in their architectural and photometric effect. The luminaire consists of specially extruded elements and thus shines out with subtle and slender contours and shapes (photo 1).
The free-standing T5 luminaires guarantee optimal photometrics thanks to parabolic louvres made of reflection-intensified aluminium with luminances limited to L ≤ 1000 cd/m? at reference angle above 65°.
Equipped with a sensor for constant light regulation and presence detection, the lighting electronics of the free-standing luminaire excels as well. Manual dimming is enabled thanks to a multifunctional push-button.
Also the suspended luminaire of this series fascinates optically as well as technically, consisting of a support profile to house the control gear, the luminaire heads which integrate lamps and the optical system as well as a thin wire suspension. This fixing set contains an integrated adjustment possibility for the horizontal alignment of the luminaire in two axes.
The contour of the luminaire heads consists of two continuous aluminium profiles, flush-joined at the front planes. The luminaire heads of this luminaire are also continuously displaceable – independent of each other – in the longitudinal plane (photo 2).
The support profile with control gear and sensor technology consists of an aluminium profile and two end caps.
The parabolic louvres are made of reflection-intensified aluminium. Integrated light-focus lamellas promote the contrast of the task-area lighting.
TRILUX will present this series at the International Trade Fair for Architecture and Technology „light+building". The prize-winning luminaire series will also be shown on the permanent exhibition at the Hannover fairground as well as published in the iF annual 2004.
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