Quality of light is combined with acoustic comfort and the beauty of Kvadrat fabrics in the new family of suspension lamps and luminous panels. A lighting system that matches decor solutions with high levels of sound absorption, for public and private spaces.
INNOVATION Suspension and wall lamps that behave like upholstered furnishings and, if required, can be customized with a wide range of fabrics. “Tailored” lighting for the new Silenzio family of lamps. Besides developing performance for acoustic comfort, these lamps decorate spaces, personalizing them, becoming their protagonists and setting the mood.
THE IDEA “Some time ago I was commissioned to furnish a corporate corridor with a length of one kilometer. I used suspension lamps and wall panels, covered with Kvadrat fabrics. There was an unexpected plus: a surprising level of acoustic comfort, making that kilometer a smooth, silent experience”. This is how the designer Monica Armani describes the genesis of Silenzio, the new family of products by Luceplan. “The rest came of its own accord – she explains – with the encounter of two outstanding companies in their respective technological areas: the Italian lighting manufacturer Luceplan and the Danish textile firm Kvadrat”.
LIGHT AND FABRIC For the offering in the catalogue, the Remix 2 collection by Kvadrat has been selected, with design by Giulio Ridolfo. It has a “grisaille” look, and a texture with a materic, elegant hand. For the collection shown at Euroluce, five coordinated colors have been combined, but other chromatic ranges have also been prepared to help clients to choose if they want to personalize their panels and hanging lamps in a “chromatic voyage”. Dimension suspensione h 45 cm, Ø 90, 120, 150 cm Wall d 10 cm,100x42, 100x100, 220x100 cm Lamps suspension max 3 x 105W hal E27, 22W + 40W FSC T5 2GX13 Wall 1 / 2 x 39W T5 seamless2GX13 1 / 2 / 3/ 4 x 39W T5 seamless 2GX13 1 /2 x 39w e 1 / 2 54W T5 seamless 2GX13
Formed in 1978, Luceplan cements the idea of three architects, Riccardo Sarfatti, Paolo Rizzatto and Sandra Severi who wished to consolidate the experience developed during their long-standing collaboration with Gino Sarfatti, founder of Arteluce.