Trama suspension, H 110/170, Ø 64, Alu

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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. 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.
Structure: Polycarbonate diffuser with silk-screened pattern. Bulb protection by Pyrex glass. Metal parts in aluminium. Turned and polished zama counterweight. Finish: Alu, Black. Trama D14: dia 64 x H 110/170 cm Trama D14sa.: dia 64 x H 80/170 cm

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.