The fixture provides characteristic symmetrical and functional lighting.
Albertslund Wall was designed by Jens Møller-Jensen in 1963 for a residential project in Albertslund, Denmark. The wall light is based on the same design seen in the Albertslund post light – a non-glare ring, three bolts and a Saturn ring, which serves as a reflector. The horizontal ring reflects the light downwards, but its position also allows some light to slip past and illuminate the fixture itself. The anti-glare ring prevents from horizontal glare, and the diffuser is available either as clear or partly frosted glass, depending on the desired light source.
Info notes:The control gear is placed in the wall box. Please note that the top, wall box and arm appears in natural aluminium surface for the versions with galvanised shades. Both natural luminium and galvanised surfaces will oxidize during time. This can result in an inconsistent surface finish during oxidation. This process might have begun already during stocking/transportation.
• The fixture provides characteristic symmetrical and functional lighting.
• The disc reflects the light downwards, but its position also allows some light to slip past and illuminate the fixture itself.
• The disc directs the main part of the light downwards and outwards and a small part upwards.
• The anti-glare ring and the disc provides a nice play of light and shadow on the wall.
• The anti-glare ring prevents from horizontal glare.
• Provides vertical light for people to feel safe and comfortable.
• The fixture design is identifiable when the light is on.
FEATURESSymmetric light distribution
Simple system with major effect
Natural look/galvanised version
Various screen options ensure optimal comfort, whatever the light source
Ideal for repetitive installations
Great architectural versatility.
• Terminal block: 1x3x2.5mm²
• Cable entries: 2x rear entries for cable Ø 10-14.5mm and 2x bottom knockouts Ø 15mm
• Looping: Approved, max. 3x1,5mm²
• Ballast positioning: In wall box