Indoor Lighting - Luceplan products

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Indoor Lighting - Luceplan products
Any
Designers:
Format Design Studio, HABITS Studio | 2010
Essential and still never the same. Any is a wall lamp that is versatile and modular, capable
of repeating itself in a variety of original compositions as elegant effects of moulding and
reliefs. Indirect lighting produced by a fluorescent or LED source guarantees low energy
consumption.
Bap LED
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2011
The new BAP with LED source guarantees the best colour temperature with a lower energy
consumption. The slim and elegant head integrates a blue polycarbonate filter.
Berenice Wall
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1985
The Berenice wall lamp comes in three different sizes (arms measuring 45+45; 30+80 cm;
and 30+30 cm). The smallest version (30+30 cm), complete with electronic transformer, is
advised for the bed zone and narrow spaces. It is the inimitable founding product of a new
type range of reasonably small sprung-jointed lamps.
The smooth articulation of its movements and its perfect stability make Berenice the light
that can be moved around without taking up valuable space and with the least trouble. Berenice operates with a transformer that allows low tension current to reach the bulb through
the rods without electrical cable, thus leaving its figure slender and elegant. Thanks to a
special distancer fitted into the lower part of the head, the light can be brought very close
to whatever needs to be illuminated, while maintaining the right distance from objects. A
simple touch of the head ring, which is well insulated and independent from the bulb housing, will also orient the light in any direction.
Blow
Designers:
Giardini, Ferdi | 1997
The new Blow by Luceplan: with dimmerable halogen lamp + motor 50% faster!
Blow, the “fan with the light above its blades”, protected for this reason by industrial patent,
is a multi-functional light! Thanks to its sophisticated electronics, both the light and the fan
can be operated by an infra-red remote control. Thus the fan can be installed while leaving
the existing electricity system unaltered, or using ordinary switches that can be inserted in
traditional wall plates.
Blow also has an operating switch that can be used to reverse the blade rotation so as to
regenerate the continuous and one-way air flow. The blades, with their particular profile and
transparency, make the light elegant and easy on the eye. The exceptionally quiet motor
(only 32 DB), is mounted on ball-bearings inside the opaline polycarbonate bearing case.
Costanza
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1986
In Costanza “the switch has moved!” The lamp uses a sensorial dimmer rod-switch close
to the light, which has only to be lightly touched to adjust its on-off intensity through four
degrees of brightness. The light and washable shade, resting on two points of balance and
therefore capable of oscillating if bumped, diffuses a warm and pleasant light. Its unmistakable, subtle but structurally solid profile fits naturally into any interior, thanks also to the
telescopic rod that can be adjusted to different heights.
Costanza poses no restraints on matching styles. It is fascinating and inimitable and can
recreate the most traditionally accepted atmospheres as a domestic image. It is always in
the vanguard with its refined technology.
Costanzina
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1992
The wall lamp can be mounted regardless of whether a light socket happens to be available. It is in fact fitted with a cable that can be lowered to the nearest mains plug. The on-off
switch is released by the rod.
The light and washable shade, resting on two points of balance and therefore capable of
oscillating if bumped, diffuses a warm and pleasant light. Its unmistakable, subtle but structurally solid profile fits naturally into any interior.
Color and texture design Eliana Lorena
Counterbalance
Designers:
Rybakken, Daniel | 2012
An object that seems to defy the laws of physics. Oriented at will in space, the essential
counterbalance led lamp evokes – with its variable posture – the dynamic equilibrium of a
sculptural mobile equipped with a fluid balancing system using gear whells.
The counterweight compensates for the movements of the long arm and ensures the stability
of the diffuser. The lamp is made in black painted steel, with a vaulted aluminium top.
D7
Designers:
Colbertaldo, Sandro, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1980
In 1981 Luceplan won the Compasso d’Oro Award for D7’s powerful conceptual and design
contents. Today the Firm proposes this historical lamp once again, twenty-five years after its
launch. D7’s innovative product type and technology comprises a long tilting arm designed
to be placed in any position to focus light wherever it is required. Light and perfectly balanced, it makes the most of the entire light beam to offer a dual lighting choice: upwards for
indirect light and downwards for light focused on the work surface. A sophisticated articulated joint comprising a steel bearing coupled with a pneumatic shock absorber (gas spring)
ensures well balanced movements.
Light intensity can be adjusted by a dimmer placed at hand’s reach near the diffuser.The
mounting bracket allows to install the lamp on the ceiling or the wall even where there is no
light outlet at the ideal height.
Awards:
e01
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2006
Range of recessed adjustable die-cast aluminium units with retractable directional lighting. The
system’s flexibility derives from the choice of combinations and the use of interchangeable light
sources. Installed elementary volumes, establish a dialogue with the architectural space by
marking its surface with a rhythmic sequence either in relief or flush with the wall or completely recessed.
e02
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2006
Fixed recessed die-cast aluminium lighting units with a circular layout. The flexibility of the
system derives from the use of interchangeable optics to create different lighting effects.
Their basic shape establishes significant relations with the building. An architectural feature
designed to concurrently light up and highlight.
e03
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2006
Range of recessed adjustable die-cast aluminium units with retractable directional lighting.
Open system comprising recessed devices with asymmetrical optics built to hold various
light sources. It can be combined with the e01 square and e10 systems to create multiple
lighting solutions.
Created to establish a subtle dialogue with architecture, it takes over surfaces and marks
them with a rhythmic sequence of interplaying light and shade contrasts.
e04
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2007
The cylindrical body in aluminium links up to the wall with a flowing shape, which merges
into the architecture without interruptions. The polished aluminium closing element allows
an easy substitution of the light bulb. The lamp emits on the wall a soft and two-way light.
Awards
e06
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2006
Family of rotating fixtures with cylindrical-shaped lamp bodies. Two possible installations,
ceiling or track-mounted, two different diameters, 70 and 45 mm, and the possibility to freely
rotate the light beam. An unstructured shape that can communicate movement within an
architectural continuum.
e11
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2010
Ceiling elements capable of providing both accent lighting and soft, diffused light. Designed
as an extension to the e01 and e09 systems, they have maintained the same technical
characteristics, with added versatility of installation.
A single dimension containing different types of illumination, the boxes have been designed
in powder-painted steel. They provide a natural continuum to the collection’s built-in system,
using the same, formal language.
Ecran
Designers:
Sempé, Inga | 2010
Ecran is a wall light with an elliptical form that integrates dual lighting effects diffused both
directly and indirectly by an energy-saving halogen. Its ambiguous form renders discreet
and gentle. The body in die-cast aluminium distances the screen from the wall, creating an
unusual floating effect: the light gently caresses the wall, blurring the metallic support structure.
Écran in&out
Designers:
Sempé, Inga | 2011
Ecran In & Out is an indoor/outdoor wall lamp, with a diffuser that expands from its base to
transform itself into a screen. Made in waterproof polycarbonate IP65, resistant to various
weather conditions, Ecran In & Out is equipped with a LED source and guarantees a long
life span.
Fortebraccio
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1998
Fortebraccio guarantees a total light positioning freedom. The lamp’s distinctive handle
conveys a highly charismatic, formal look, and provides an intelligent solution to the problem
of directing light emission. Moulded in polycarbonate, it includes a switch and is designed
in such a way as to be easily held and manoeuvred. Available in aluminum, glossy white or
soft-touch black finishes.
Goggle
Designers:
Lovegrove, Ross | 2003
Iridescent colours and reflections for a wall lamp inspired by the shape of swimming goggles
and the mirror treatment of sports eyewear lenses. Goggle is an elliptical lamp in opaline
polycarbonate that can be fixed to the wall at a normal or tilted angle, singly or in rows, to
create a lively cluster of lights.
The colour variation of Goggle’s flat surface is created solely by the different angle from
which it is observed. The lamp’s colour changes are in fact caused by an iridescent film that
exploits in-mould decoration technology to become an integral part of the diffuser.
Hope Ceiling
Designers:
Gomez Paz, Francisco, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2010
Incredibly light and easy to assemble, Hope represents the magic of traditional lamps,
reinterpreting them with sophisticated technologies and contemporary materials.
A series of thin polycarbonate Fresnel lenses, created using imprinted microprisms on
polycarbonate film to achieve a dioptric effect similar to glass (without any limitations in
terms of space, thickness and weight), multiply the light from the light source, recreating a
pleasant, glittery and party-like atmosphere, sprinkled with thousands of shards of light like
the diamond which inspired the name: Hope.
Hope – the fruit of a brilliant project and manufacturing process – has been designed for
use with any type of light source: the latest generation of halogens and energy-saving
fluorescent light bulbs.
Hope Wall
Designers
Gomez Paz, Francisco, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2009
IIncredibly light and easy to assemble, Hope represents the magic of traditional lamps,
reinterpreting them with sophisticated technologies and contemporary materials.
A series of thin polycarbonate Fresnel lenses, created using imprinted microprisms on
polycarbonate film to achieve a dioptric effect similar to glass (without any limitations in
terms of space, thickness and weight), multiply the light from the light source, recreating
a pleasant, glittery and party-like atmosphere, sprinkled with thousands of shards of light
like the diamond which inspired the name: Hope. Hope – the fruit of a brilliant project and
manufacturing process – has been designed for use with any type of light source: the latest
generation of halogens and energy-saving fluorescent light bulbs.
exploits in-mould decoration technology to become an integral part of the diffuser.
Javelot Macro
Designers:
Decq, Odile | 2010
The outcome of innovative research carried out by the architectural firm ODBC (Odile
Decq-Benoit Cornette), this evocative lighting fixture dedicated to the extension project
of MACRO - Rome’s Museum of Contemporary Art - has an aluminium body with conical
satin - finished methacrylate tips that shed suggestive light from LED sources.
Lane
Designers:
Häberli, Alfredo | 2007
A neutral object for illuminating a wall with elegance, comfort and functionality. Lane is
a strip made of aluminium which incorporates and at the same time releases a pleasant
indirect light, upward and downward on the wall.
Extremely neat and essential in its shape, Lane is designed with different lengths according
to the light source. It is also available in a version with integrated acoustic diffusion system
or with two LED spots for direct light for reading.
LightDisc
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2002
A plastic luminous disc consisting of two polycarbonate shells, particularly well adapted to
the latest generation of slim, circular fluorescent bulbs. The lamp is so thin that it merges
imperceptibly with the surface of the ceiling or wall. The use of injection-moulded polycarbonate
for the body allowed to make a mono-material and visually simplified whole, thus reducing
the connecting points between parts.
The finishes, white, metallized and transparent are created simultaneously to the mould
by using the new “in mould decoration” technology. The white-painted reflector parabola
of the shell close to the wall extends the diffusion of light rays, thus making it suitable for
domestic use. Chrome-plating increases reflectivity and brightness, rendering the lamp
especially suitable for installation in large spaces.
Leaving the plastic surface transparent obtains a less focused and more diffused light
along the wall. Lightdisc is enhanced by a new opaline polycarbonate diffuser which gives
a soft and uniform perception of light.
Lola
Designers:
Meda, Alberto Rizzatto, Paolo | 1989
The wall model is offered with a support for use at 230 Volt and with the addition of a terminal strip for the 110 Volt version in the USA and Japan. Wherever it is, Lola is a discreet
and “lightweight” but distinct presence.
Made with complex technologies and innovative materials, it is a wall-lamp for indirect
lighting. The reflector can be orientated by means of a thin rod on the head.
Malì
Designers:
Severi, Sandra | 2008
Small and elegant wall lamp with a strongly decorative effect. Made of aluminium, it is
composed of a series of converging segments that collect and reflect the diffused light
through a blown crystal in the centre
Metropoli
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo, Sarfatti, Riccardo | 1992
The wall model is offered with a support for use at 230 Volt and with the addition of a terminal
strip for the 110 Volt version in the USA and Japan. Wherever it is, Lola is a discreet and
“lightweight” but distinct presence.
Made with complex technologies and innovative materials, it is a wall-lamp for indirect
lighting. The reflector can be orientated by means of a thin rod on the head.
Orchestra
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1995
Orchestra is a complex ensemble of tools useful to architects in interpreting new lighting
ideas. Modular flush-mounted elements are available, also with variations of light, geometry and colours, as an organic and harmonious series tuned to meet the needs of the
architectural composition.
The reflectors are of two types:
“full screen” for directing the light mainly in one direction only, upwards or downwards;
“double screen” to direct it in the two opposite directions and to allow the use of mixed
lights, e.g. halogen and fluorescent.
Orchestra has extremely small built-in depths:
just 8.6 cm. It can be used both in hollow walls (plaster, plasterboard, wood) and in solid
ones (hollow brick, solid brick, RC). The simplicity of assembly and maintenance, the
safety of the product and precision solutions to each detail, both technical and formal,
make Orchestra a programme of thoroughly reliable built-in lights of high formal quality.
Otto Watt
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2012
The Otto Watt wall model is a concentrate of efficiency and flexibility. The diffuser can be
oriented 360° for direct or indirect lighting. The LED source permits variation between warm
and cool light, by rotating the diffuser. Available with built-in dimmer in the head, or with wall
switch. The reflecting base is painted white, while the head comes in white or mirror.
Piatto
Designers:
Colbertaldo, Sandro, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1983
An indirect light wall lamp, the Piatto is made of diecast aluminium. It contains a polished
renal reflecting screen that protects the body from heat and enhances its brightness. With
its gracefully projecting silhouette, the lamp stands out from similar products by the slender
elegance of its profile.
Screen
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1989
The Screen’s components are simple and easy to assemble. The support snaps onto the
attachment plate. The washable screen takes on its definitive shape when fastened to the
metal arms by means of special screw bushes requiring no screwdriver.
Available in two sizes, light and unbreakable, Screen is suitable for any traditional wall-lamp
purpose. The smaller version, thanks to its screen which diffuses a soft and even light, is
particularly indicated near bathroom mirrors because it does not cast shadows on the face.
Sky
Designers:
Häberli, Alfredo | 2007
Range of lamps with IP65 protection for outdoor use. Designed for energy saving lamps,
Sky is available in versions with LED with photovoltaic cells and rechargeable batteries,
wire-free, or with high-efficiency LED with electronic power supply. Models for electronic
fluorescent and metal halide sources complete the range.
Strip
Designers:
Donegani, Dante | 1996
Strip is a family of wall, ceiling and suspension lamps of very reduced thickness for linear
fluorescent tubes, designed according to modularity standards allowing sequences and
juxtapositionings according to geometries “in equilibrium”.
Its very few basic elements such as the diecast aluminium shoulders, the extruded aluminium
distancer profiles, the electrical component housings and the opaline polycarbonate diffuser
screens, allow modular lighting units of different dimensions and brightness to be created,
whose common feature is their flat, low profile very close to the wall. This thickness reduced
to the minimum makes Strip particularly suitable for places requiring unobtrusive lighting
that adheres as closely as possible to ceilings and walls, for example in corridors and
staircases.
Synapse
Designers:
Gomez Paz, Francisco | 2012
The Synapse system is based on repetition of a three-lobe module composed of shells in
polycarbonate and RGB LEDs, for the creation of luminous and coloured surfaces. The
total flexibility of the system opens up new expressive possibilities, allowing users to create
multiple configurations for surprising decorative effects.
Trama
Designers:
Balestrini, Luciano, Longhi, Paola | 1986
The wall or ceiling version of Trama is available in two different variants, depending on the
dimensions of the diffuser (Ø 64 cm, Ø 50 cm). The cap is separated from the surface on
which it is mounted so as to allow ventilation of the bulb support plate.
Through its distinctive diffuser in a silk-screened patterned polycarbonate, the quality of its halogen
light is enhanced to the utmost and diffused evenly in the room, without reducing brightness and without the tiresome dazzle and false shadows created by direct light beams.
The particular shape of the hinge allows both easy opening to replace bulbs and complete
detachment of the diffuser cap for cleaning, which can be done with cold water and neutral
detergents.
Berenice
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1985
In the floor version, Berenice is the ideal and discreet companion to people wanting to rest.
It is the inimitable founding product of a new type range of reasonably small sprung-jointed
lamps. The fluid articulation of its movements and its perfect stability make Berenice the
light that can be moved around without occupying valuable space and with the least trouble.
Berenice operates with a transformer that allows low tension current to reach the bulb
through the rods without electrical cable, thus leaving its figure slender and elegant. Thanks
to a special distancer fitted into the lower part of the head, the light can be brought very
close to whatever needs to be illuminated, while maintaining the right distance from objects.
A simple touch of the head ring, which is well insulated and independent from the bulb
housing, will also orient the light in any direction.
Carrara
Designers:
Häberli, Alfredo | 2001
A single plastic and sculptural block for indirect light. Neutral and classy, presents itself as
the new single-material Luminator. In public reception rooms, but also at home, it is an elegant but optically unobtrusive presence.
Available in white satin or glossy black.
Chichibio
Designers:
Cavalchini, Amedeo G, Perrucci, Domenico | 2001
Chichibio gives you light on any part of the ceiling without drilling it. It is indeed a new type
of floor/ceiling light for the interiors. its telescopic stem is equipped with a mechanical screw
fixing system which guarantees stability and ease of assembly, allowing to position the
diffuser to any point on the ceiling. Adjustable to a height of 2.2 to 3.3 metres, Chichibio,
unlike the traditional floor lamps, can be easily moved around the rooms. Its diffuser has a
special lid which protects the ceiling from halo effects and spreads a soft light emphasized
by bright rays emitted through the holes in the polycarbonate.
The stem of Chichibio can be completed by a series of accessories: the C-Spot light, which
diffuses a soft adjustable light, a small table in aluminium for a quick support and a useful
umbrella stand to be used near the entrance
Costanza
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1986
In Costanza “the switch has moved!” The lamp uses a sensorial dimmer rod close to the
light, which has only to be lightly touched to adjust its on-off intensity through four levels
of brightness. The lightweight and washable shade, resting on two points of balance and
therefore capable of oscillating if bumped, diffuses a warm and pleasant light. Its unmistakable, subtle but structurally solid profile fits naturally into any interior, thanks also to the
telescopic rod that can be adjusted to different heights.
Costanza poses no restraints on matching styles. It is fascinating and inimitable and can
recreate the most traditionally accepted atmospheres as a domestic image. It is always in
the vanguard with its refined technology. Its square aluminium base, treated with rotational
brushing, emphasises the quality and distinction of its material.
Fortebraccio
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1998
Fortebraccio guarantees an extraordinary fluidity of movement and total light positioning
freedom.
The lamp’s distinctive handle conveys a highly charismatic, formal look, and provides an
intelligent solution to the problem of directing light emission. Moulded in polycarbonate,
it includes a dimmer and is designed in such a way as to be easily held and manoeuvred.
Available in aluminum, glossy white or soft-touch black.
Grande Costanza
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2006
Costanza is now twenty and becomes “Grande”. Designed in 1986 by Paolo Rizzatto, it has
run through different styles and eras without changing, always appropriate, up-to-date and
elegant.
To celebrate its enduring success, Luceplan is now introducing new proportions to convey
its greatness. The same materials and the same technology are used, unmistakable signs
of avant-garde design. Grande Costanza is poised between visibility and delicacy, adorning
its surroundings with its simple yet stark stature. Its light is always pleasant, intense and
homey, suitable for private and public interiors alike.
Hope
Designers:
Gomez Paz, Francisco, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2010
Rationalisation of materials and a visual lightness were the inspiration in creating Hope. It’s
polycarbonate petals are actually formed by Fresnel lenses that optimise reflection and
refraction which enhance the luminous effect, but reduce energy consumption.
A series of thin polycarbonate Fresnel lenses, created using imprinted microprisms on
polycarbonate film to achieve a dioptric effect similar to glass (without any limitations in
terms of space, thickness and weight), multiply the light from the light source, recreating
a pleasant, glittery and party-like atmosphere, sprinkled with thousands of shards of light
like the diamond which inspired the name: Hope. Hope – the fruit of a brilliant project and
manufacturing process – has been designed for use with any type of light source: the latest
generation of halogens and energy-saving fluorescent light bulbs.
Lady Costanza
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2008
Lady Costanza, the latest evolution of a thriving project, allows the warm light of the shade
to be positioned over a dining table or in the centre of a conversation area. The extraordinary
lightness of the structure and the handle that characterises the base make it ever so easy
to move the lamp around the room freely, true to the founding concepts of this project:
movement, flexibility, relations. The diffuser, made of polycarbonate sheet, is available in
white, red and black. Two versions to manage luminosity: one with the regulation of the
intensity on three levels by means of a touch-dimmer on the sensor rod and on-off controls
with a pedal switch (The touch-dimmer model is not available in US).
The telescopic height regulation and the possibility to rotate it 360° on its base give this
source of light an elegantly functional flexibility, always perfectly suited to whatever space
it occupies.
Lola
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1989
The floor Lola consists of a telescopic stem in carbon fiber or aluminium allowing its height to be
adjusted. The reflector can be regulated by a small rod on the head, thus producing diffused as
well as direct light. The switch is a sensor dimmer or foot dimmer.
The tripod is easily assembled after the lamp has been removed from its package. It is for this
reason compact and easy to transport. Lola is the carbon fibre lamp whose technology, form
and highly innovative qualities earned it the Compasso d’Oro prize in 1989. In 2001 it was
presented in its aluminium version with new engineering. Lola is now more competitive in price
and always in harmony with Luceplan’s search for quality products affordable to an increasingly
broad market.
Awards:
Miranda
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
A series of lights made of aluminium and blown glass devoloped around the formal and
functional definition of the lamp holder, the real technical and conceptual barycentre of the
project. Its volume highlights and includes various functions: it is at one and the same time
the support for the bulb, the support for the diffuser, connection - through the stem - to the
supporting base and it houses the button to switch on or regulate the intensity of the light.
The cylindrical form solves the assembly and disassembly of these components in an
elementary way by means of a series of threaded ferrules.
Starglass
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
An elegant moulded glass prismatic diffuser brings the domestic illumination from the technology of car headlights giving a wide diffusion of light.
Titania
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1995
The elliptical structure of its outer casing, composed of blades, simultaneously acts as a
non-dazzle screen, a reflector of the central light source and a heat dissipater.
Five pairs of polycarbonate interchangeable filters in the colours green, red, blue, yellow and
violet give rise to the various colourings of the lamellar body. In fact Titania can be coloured
as desired, by a simple movement of the hand to slot the different filters in and out and to
give the lamp a “dematerialised” colour - whilst always keeping an emission of white light!
Titania is a dynamic and surprising lamp, which due to its highly innovative design in the
floor version too, can be placed in interiors of different styles and uses: from the living room
at home to waiting rooms or office reception areas.
Agave
Designers:
Rossi, Diego, Tedesco, Raffaele | 2003
A new perception of the luminous object, with light, material and colour interacting through
a play of transparency, reflection, refraction and diffusion. Thanks to Agave the use of
fluorescent light sources in domestic interiors is today a possible and mature choice, as
regards both the technical and the aesthetic aspects of the product as well as the quality of
light emitted by it.
The body – parabolic, spherical or elliptical – of the lamp consists of ribs in injection-moulded transparent methacrylate. These, besides guaranteeing transparency and brightness,
cover the bulb to prevent dazzle and dispersion of light flow. Their radial composition in fact
causes a dematerialization of the luminous source, while their quick disassembly allows
easy maintenance. A new Luceplan industrial patent. A set of (yellow, red and blue) filters
makes it possible with the greatest of ease to change the predominant colour of the lamp
and of the light generated by it. The parabolic suspension version is fitted with a multi-power
electronic reactor.
Aircon
Designers:
Timmermans, Hugo, van der Sluis, Willem | 2003
A light and stylized structure for a new concept of three-armed chandelier. Multiple light
points replace the traditional bulbs and transform the lamp into an essential sculpture projected
into future space.
The adjustable and direct/indirect light suspension consists of two polycarbonate half-shells:
the upper in opaline, the lower moulded in neutral and orange. Shiny finish and prismatic
photoengraving. Three-lamp electronic ballast.
Archetype
Designers:
Goodmorning Technology | 2010
Formal clarity and functional minimalism: Archetype suspension lamp embodies the
quintessence of the Scandinavian design tradition. The super-classic silhouette – the
archetype –actually conceals a revolutionary concept: between the outer body, in painted
aluminium, and the inner diffuser in transparent polycarbonate, there is a built-in LED and a
traditional E27 socket, which allows the device to be mounted onto any lamp holder.
Costanza
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1986
The suspension version allows a very flexible use of this lamp, because it can be applied to
any part of the ceiling even when there is no available mains plug on it. And that goes both
for the one with the vertically adjustable shaft and ceiling hook, and for the up-down one
directly adjustable by means of its distinctive counterweight.
Costanza, with its light and resistant shade that diffuses a warm and pleasant light and
with its unmistakable profile, fits naturally into any setting without posing any restraints on
matching styles. Fascinating and inimitable, it can recreate the most traditionally accepted
atmospheres as a domestic image and is always in the vanguard due to its refined technology.
Costanzina
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1992
The up-down Costanzina can vary its height from 1 to 2.5 metres. The on-off switch,
released by the rod, is easy to reach.
The rosette and the counterweight are white, while the rods and the up-down handle which
conveniently adjusts the lamp’s height, are in polished aluminium. The lightweight and
washable shade diffuses a warm and pleasant light. For reading, working, conversing,
writing, resting, meditating.
C-spot
Designers:
Cavalchini, Amedeo G., Perrucci, Domenico | 2003
Designed as an accessory for the lamp Chichibio, C-spot is a complete family of polycarbonate lighitng fixtures with stems in stainless steel, which can be hooked, fixed, suspended
or laid on flat surfaces. A “versatile” lamp that brings colour and lightness to the enviroment
it is placed in. The colour of the lamp is determined by a series of filters available in white,
orange, green and light blu.
e04 suspension
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2006
Suspended light in aluminium available in two diameters and different lengths. The particular
body design is created through hydroforming. The power cable’s lateral inlet on the cylinder
enables to achieve bidirectional emission free from shadows on the ceiling. The polished
aluminium closing element enables the light source to be housed in a recessed position
increasing the angle of shading and lighting comfort.
e05 Zeno
Designers:
Rossi, Diego, Tedesco, Raffaele | 2004
Hanging light with many lighting configurations, designed for large spaces and designed as
a light machine to offer different lighting effects. A large disk with high visual impact and high
reflector levels for direct and focused lighting. Lamps for indirect or reflected lighting, can be
housed in the overhanging ring below.
e07
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2008
Suspended steel fixture for free configuration. Suitable for holding different light sources and
different lighting systems, it can adapt its dimension to them, maintaining its formal aesthetic
integrity. Developed through technical production innovation, it can be customised on specific
projects made by lighting designers.
GlassGlass
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1998
With GlassGlass, thanks to its versatility, lighting scenarios and different atmospheres can
be created to match everyday situations. The blown glass diffuser bodies are “originals”
because, although made within a modern cycle of serial production, the ancient blowing
process craft is maintained, as it was in Syria and later in the Roman Empire in 100 BC. The
light can be clamped both to the ceiling and to the wall.
The attachment rosette comprises a rigid arm and, in the case of wall installations, it allows
the diffuser to be distanced from the wall. The electric cable is a bearing element because
it runs along a steel mesh sheath. This can bear heavy weights, the ends of which are fixed
to the rosette and to the terminal diffuser ring support. The system of the ring with handle,
fixed to the mouth of the glass, and easily hooked onto the bearing frame, offers handiness,
safety, simple assembly and maintenance previously unthinkable for glass diffusers on that
scale. GLASSGLASS makes it possible simply to interchange its glass units chosen from a
wide range of forms, colours and transparencies to satisfy the most diverse and personal
needs.
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Grande Costanza
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2006
Costanza is now twenty and becomes “Grande”. Designed in 1986 by Paolo Rizzatto, it has
run through different styles and eras without changing, always appropriate, up-to-date and
elegant.
To celebrate its enduring success, Luceplan is now introducing new proportions to convey
its greatness. The same materials and the same technology are used, unmistakable signs
of avant-garde design. Grande Costanza is poised between visibility and delicacy, adorning
its surroundings with its simple yet stark stature. Its light is always pleasant, intense and
homey, suitable for private and public interiors alike.
Happy Happy
Designers:
Ejhed, Jan, Stratimirovic, Aleksandra | 2003
Suspends lightness and lends a vivacious touch even to the most austere workplace. Its
cheerfully coloured look also makes it a suitable lamp for furnishing homes, public and representative places.
Dazzle-free and particularly attentive to visual comfort, Happy Happy is available in two
versions: with an opaline white diffuser screen for a well-spread luminosity, or with a darklight aluminium grille to generate a direct and more technical light. Its body, made in a single
piece by means of the rotomoulding technique, can assume different shades of pleasant
colour through the easy insertion of four coloured polycarbonate filters.
In this way the lamp can diffuse a softly coloured light laterally and a white light downwards.
True to the Luceplan philosophy, which has always shown the greatest care to minimise
the environmental impact of its products, Happy Happy is made of polyethylene, one of the
most highly recyclable plastics available on the market today. Its bulbs are the latest generation of T5 fluorescents (in three tones), powered with electronic ballast, or conventional T8s
powered with electromechanical ballast to produce low-consumption luminous efficiency
and quality.
Honeycomb
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2011
Like the cells of a beehive,the hexagonal modules of Honeycomb are joined freely into a
suspension lamp with a captivating organic symmetry. The hexagons, connected by clips,
give life to a selfsupporting structure capable of housing energy-saving LED and halogen
light sources for direct and indirect light.
Lady Costanza
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2011
Lady Costanza reinterprets all the characteristics of the original Costanza model in a larger
format, conserving the preciseness of the design, the harmonious forms and functional
precision. The shade comes in white, red and black (the latter for a more directional,
concentrated lighting effect).
LightDisc
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
The light and subtle luminous disc made of polycarbonate emits a soft and intense light. The
lamp’s circular design follows the shape of the latest generation of fluorescent lamps.
mini mini
Designers:
HABITS Studio | 2009
Aluminium suspension fixture for spot lighting with halogen or LED light sources. Only 25
mm in diameter. An elementary adjustment system on the wire ensures that the product is
perpendicular, regardless of the asymmetry of the lamp body. Many possible installations,
either track or ceiling, in single or multiple configurations thanks to the special attachment
systems.
Miranda
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
A series of lights made of aluminium and blown glass devoloped around the formal and
functional definition of the lamp holder, the real technical and conceptual barycentre of the
project. Its volume highlights and includes various functions: it is at one and the same time
the support for the bulb, the support for the diffuser and the connection - through the stem
- to the suspension system. The cylindrical form solves the assembly and disassembly of
these components in an elementary way by means of a series of threaded ferrules.
Mirandolina
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
A series of lights made of aluminium and blown glass devoloped around the formal and
functional definition of the lamp holder, the real technical and conceptual barycentre of the
project. Its volume highlights and includes various functions: it is at one and the same time
the support for the bulb, the support for the diffuser, connection - through the stem - to
the supporting base and it houses the button to switch on or regulate the intensity of the
light. The cylindrical form solves the assembly and disassembly of these components in
an elementary way by means of a series of threaded ferrules.
Pétale
Designers:
Decq, Odile | 2011
A suspension lamp with an organic form which conceals the magic of silence within: the
body consists of a soundabsorbent panel upholstered in white fabric, improving acoustic
comfort within the environment. Available in two sizes.
Plissé
Designers:
Sempé, Inga | 2007
Adjustable width suspension lamp. Double pantograph system allows easy extension of
the light beam from a minimum of 60 cm to a maximum of 160 cm. Stilysh pleated shade
easily adapts to variations in volume.
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Pod Lens
Designers:
Lovegrove, Ross | 1998
The light for your home garden, the terrace, spaces around the swimming pool or… for the
vegetable garden. Pod Lens is high, low, stuck into the ground, in bunches or festoons on
the branches of trees.
The diffuser, reminiscent of natural forms like those of flower buds, is made entirely of
polycarbonate, with over-moulded walls that make the lamp waterproof and its colours
resistant to ultraviolet rays. It is also an electrically versatile lamp that takes both
energy-saving bulbs and normal incandescent ones. Inside the house, when raised on a
high stem with aluminium base, it becomes a lightweight floor lamp. Pod Lens is delivered
without a plug because, due precisely to its adaptability, it may require an IP65 plug (for
outdoor use), a normal one (for indoors), or a special three-way joint for series connections.
Queen Titania
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
The edition in an extra-large format of an icon of Luceplan production. Twice as large in
its dimensions and its visual impact, Queen Titania has been designed to light large areas.
The aluminium lamellar shell is made up of an ordered sequence of aluminium ribs, which
reflect and dematerialise the source of light. The lamp assumes different shapes depending
on its angle: transparent seen head on, solid seen from the side. The use of a pair of filters
to the sides of the source of light allows the body of the lamp to change colour without
interfering with the emission of white light.
Starglass
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
Two thin steel cables sustain the glass prismatic diffuser which gives an excellent distribution of light. An anti-glare accessory is available.outdoor use), a normal one (for indoors), or
a special three-way joint for series connections.
Strip
Designers:
Donegani, Dante | 1996
Strip is a family of wall, ceiling and suspension lamps of very reduced thickness for linear
fluorescent tubes, designed according to modularity standards allowing sequences and
juxtapositionings according to geometries “in equilibrium”.
Its very few basic elements such as the diecast aluminium shoulders, the extruded aluminium
distancer profiles, the electrical component housings and the opaline polycarbonate diffuser
screens, allow modular lighting units of different dimensions and brightness to be created,
whose common feature is their flat, low profile very close to the wall. This thickness reduced
to the minimum makes Strip particularly suitable for places requiring unobtrusive lighting
that adheres as closely as possible to ceilings and walls, for example in corridors and
staircases.
Supergiù SxG
Designers:
Rossi, Diego, Tedesco, Raffaele | 2005
A simple gesture to interact with light: as you raise the reflector you shutter the light to a
downwards direction; if you lower the reflector, the light is homogeneously directed upwards.
Two completely different lighting scenarios that can be obtained with a single appliance.
Made in natural anodized or painted aluminium there are green or orange filters available as
accessory to have indirect light as colour towards the ceiling.
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Titania
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1989
The elliptical structure of its outer casing, composed of blades, serves simultaneously as a
non-dazzle screen, a reflector of the central light source and a heat dissipater.
Five pairs of polycarbonate interchangeable filters determine the varying colours of its
lamellar body. In fact Titania can be coloured as desired, by a simple movement of the hand
to slot the different filters in and out and to give the lamp a “dematerialised” colour - while
always maintaining an emission of white light!A touch of the fingers is enough to send it into
a variety of suspended positions and, depending on which angle it is seen from, it assumes
completely different appearances: transparent if seen from the front, and as a solid body if
seen from the side. The spherical counterweight, allowing its up-down adjustment, can be
inserted or removed at any time.
Titania is a dynamic and surprising lamp, suitable for a wide variety of settings. Thanks to
its very light aluminium body, it can be hung from plaster, wood or sloping ceilings. The
versatility of its components enables it to be attached to any part of the ceiling with no need
for an already installed mains plug.
Trama
Designers:
Balestrini, Luciano, Longhi, Paola | 1986
Trama was designed in two versions, the suspension and the up-down, the latter being
vertically adjustable by means of a zama spherical counterweight. Each is available with two
different sizes of cap. Through its characteristic pattern silk-screened polycarbonate diffuser,
the quality of light is enhanced to the maximum and diffused evenly in the atmosphere,
without reducing brightness and without the tiresome dazzle and false shadows created by a
direct light beam.
The polycarbonate cap, unlike glass, makes the lamp very light so that it can also be used for
plasterboard false ceilings. The bulb is protected by a thin and well ventilated pyrex glass to
ensure durability. Trama is suitable for rooms with heights varying from 260 to 340 cm.
Bap LED
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2011
Specifically designed to provide correct lighting when used with computer monitors, the
new BAP with LED source guarantees the best colour temperature with a lower energy
consumption. The slim and elegant head integrates a blue polycarbonate filter. Extremely
essential in design, the lamp features special movements to keep the source of light parallel
to the table surface, thus keeping reflections under control and avoiding light interference
with the monitor.
Berenice
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1985
The Berenice table lamp is available with base (45+45 cm or 30+30 cm arms) and clamp
(45+45 cm arms). It is the inimitable founding product in a new type range of reasonably
small sprung-jointed lamps. The fluid articulation of its movements and its perfect stability
make Berenice the light that can be moved around without occupying precious space
and with the least trouble.
Berenice operates with a transformer that allows low tension current to reach the bulb
through its rods without electric wiring. Its figure thus remains slim and elegant. With
a special distancer housed in the lower part of the head, the light can be brought very
close to whatever needs to be illuminated, while maintaining the right and safe distance
from objects. By simply touching the head ring, which is well insulated and independent
from the bulb housing, the light can also be moved in any direction.
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Berenice LED
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2007
A new light source for a Luceplan classic. Today, Berenice comes with a new high-efficiency
LED 8W source capable of providing an extraordinary quantity of energy-saving light.
The lamp’s traditional glass reflector leaves room for the innovative magnesium dissipator
leaving the aesthetic value of the product unaltered.
Birzì
Designers:
Fassina, Giancarlo, Forcolini, Carlo | 2004
Birzì is an ironic and playful light, designed to be “mistreated”, deformed and touched. Made
of silicone, this lamp takes on different shapes and sizes according to the user’s whim.
Easy to use and to position, it is bump and fall resistant. The different colours – white, orange
and green – flatter its silhouette, giving it a dynamic and contemporary look.
Metropoli
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1986
In Costanza “the switch has moved!” The lamp uses a sensorial dimmer rod-switch close to
the light, which only has to be lightly touched to adjust its on-off intensity through four levels
of brightness. The light and washable shade, resting on two points of balance and therefore
capable of oscillating if bumped, diffuses a warm and pleasant light. Its unmistakable, subtle
but structurally solid profile fits naturally into any interior, thanks also to the telescopic rod
that can be adjusted to different heights.
Costanza poses no restraints on matching styles. It is fascinating and inimitable and can
recreate the most traditionally accepted atmospheres as a domestic image. It is always in
the vanguard with its refined technology. Its square aluminium base, treated with rotational
brushing, highlights the quality and distinction of its material.
Costanzina
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 1992
For reading, working, conversing, writing, resting or meditating. The on-off switch is
released by the rod attachment.
The light and washable shade, resting on the two points of balance and therefore capable
of oscillating if bumped, diffuses a warm and pleasant light. Its unmistakable, slim but
structurally solid structure fits naturally into any interior. The rotational brush treatment of its
natural aluminium square base emphasises the quality and distinction of this material.
Curl
Designers:
Bergne, Sebastian | 2012
Curl, in a form of concise originality, expresses complex design thinking in which function is
balanced with interaction and play. Curl contains a special LED module that permits variation
of the temperature of white light, from 2400 to 3500 degrees Kelvin, thanks to simple rotation
of the diffuser. The switch at the center of the base also has a dimmer function.
Fortebraccio
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 1998
Fortebraccio guarantees an extraordinary fluidity of movement and total light positioning
freedom. Thanks to its innovative central joint, the lamp’s two arms rotate independently,
horizontally and vertically, allowing it to take on extreme and functional positions.
The lamp’s distinctive handle - which includes a dimmer or normal switch - is designed
in such a way as to be easily held and manoeuvred. Fortebraccio comes with a universal
mount, allowing it to be fitted directly on tables, walls and, thanks to its particular system of
joints, on slanted surfaces. Available in aluminium, glossy white or soft-touch black finishing.
Fortebraccio LED
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2008
With a consumption of less than 8W, the LED version guarantees an astounding level of light
efficienty and a pleasant warm white colour temperature. A lens has been connected to the
heat sink that can be used to adjust the light beam, from a minimum of 45° to a maximum of
80°.
Miranda
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
A series of lights made of aluminium and blown glass devoloped around the formal and
functional definition of the lamp holder, the real technical and conceptual barycentre of the
project. Its volume highlights and includes various functions: it is at one and the same time
the support for the bulb, the support for the diffuser, connection - through the stem - to the
supporting base and it houses the button to switch on or regulate the intensity of the light.
The cylindrical form solves the assembly and disassembly of these components in an
elementary way by means of a series of threaded ferrules.
Awards
Mirandolina
Designers:
Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
A series of lights made of aluminium and blown glass devoloped around the formal and
functional definition of the lamp holder, the real technical and conceptual barycentre of the
project. Its volume highlights and includes various functions: it is at one and the same time
the support for the bulb, the support for the diffuser, connection - through the stem - to the
supporting base and it houses the button to switch on or regulate the intensity of the light.
The cylindrical form solves the assembly and disassembly of these components in an
elementary way by means of a series of threaded ferrules.
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Mix
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2005
A sophisticated reading lamp with a lightweight frame that uses the new LED Chip on Board
technology. A series of multicolor diodes produce an intense, warm and pleasing lighting
with very low consumption (only 5W) and an average duration of some 50,000 hours (against
2,000 hours of a normal halogen bulb).
When it is switched off, its profile is illuminated with a blue light so that the lamp can be
found even in the dark.
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OnOff
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Raggi, Franco, Santachiara, Denis | 1988
ON/OFF is not operated by the usual switch on the electric wire, but by a movement of the
hand which moves it into its two positions of balance. It can be placed on a table, bedside-table
or floor.
If dropped or knocked it does not break, because it is made of soft thermoplastic. It is
advised for the children’s bedroom because when turned off, its green light is easy to find
in the dark. Since 1994 ON/OFF has been part of the Design Collection in the Museum of
Modern Art in New York.
Otto Watt
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2011
The perfect desk companion. A dimmable LED source enables the user to adjust the color
temperature from warm to cold white light by rotating the diffuser. Otto Watt supplies the
ideal lighting conditions for all circumstances, for relaxation or precision work.
The head swivels 360 degrees, the reflector is equipped with a glare-free filter: Otto Watt is
a product that fully embodies the Luceplan expertise in task lamps.
StarLed Light
Designers:
Meda, Alberto, Rizzatto, Paolo | 2001
Made of methacrylate, Starled Light combines light with poetic intent. It has no electric
wires and may be moved freely wherever it is needed. Its intense white light is generated by
a high-efficiency LED, powered by three rechargeable batteries located in the base of the
lamp.

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