A new suspension light for the office and hospitality environments designed in close collaboration with Gensler. The union between two pure forms, the combination of the rectilinear extrusion in parallel with the UGR or OPAL optics offer an architecturally interesting and visually comfortable luminaire that is both recognizable yet discrete. This is particularly suitable in contemporary environments, where the design of lighting plays an active role in the overall effect of each space. Available in standard size (83.15″L) suspended version with direct or direct/indirect optics. The two different optical systems it can use – UGR and opal – make it suitable for installation in Office applications which are increasingly becoming open spaces, and in Hospitality projects which require not only visual comfort, but also attention to design and detail.
UGR<19 Optic: The UGR version is focused entirely on visual comfort. The colour rendering index of CRI 90 and the perfect UGR screening allows for a pleasant and measured light. The sophisticated optical system, comprised of a mirrored reflector and a particular prismatic screen, reduces the shadows and reflections that can cause disturbance on work surfaces, allowing for an unrestricted distribution of desks without having to bear in mind the position of the luminaires.
Opal Optic: The diffused effect of Iso Opal is the result of a mirrored reflector with an opal lens. The light emitted appears soft and widespread, particularly suitable for reception areas in offices, hotels and spaces. In the direct/indirect light version, a line of light is present on the upper part, complete with diffusing lens to provide even light on the ceiling.
- 73.74” long x 2.8” wide x 3.5″ high
- Direct / Indirect/Indirect
- UGR<19 /Opal Optic
- Opal: 40W (Direct), 61W (Direct/Indirect) / UGR: 18W (Direct), 41W (Direct/Indirect)
- 2700K / 3000K / 3500K / 4000K
- 120-277V AC 50/60Hz
- Plaster White / Deep Black / Silver / Ferrite Grey
- Integrated 4/1 driver (Non-dimmable / 0-10V / Reverse Phase / Forward Phase)