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Flying Flames
Flying Flames
Ingo Maurer >
Ingo Maurer >, Moritz Waldemeyer >
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Interior lighting-Suspended lights >
Interior lighting-Suspended lights >

Product description

Flying Flames is a new, flexible chandelier system. The magical LED candles, presented by Moritz Waldemeyer and Ingo Maurer in 2012, are combined with simple and functional Downlight Elements. Both elements are placed freely with a magnet on the canopy board. The canopy board with integrated electronic ballast comes in two sizes. Flying Flames is designed to permit individual ver- sions of a chandelier. You decide on the number of Flames and their colour. Add one or two downlights for a pleasant light on a table below the chandelier. Choose between the rectangular for the smaller, square canopy, or place multiple canopy boards in a line to create a long chandelier. Place the elements as you choose, and adjust their height.

Circuit board,metal, anodised aluminium, plastic

Light source
Flame Element: two displays with each 128 dimmable LEDs, 0.6 W, 2700 K, CRI > 80 Ra
Downlight Element: 7 W, 2700 K, 530lm, CRI > 90 Ra

Technical data: 125-230 V, secondary output 38 V and 5 V. Maximum 25 W

Cable length: 200 cm. Canopy 60 x 60 cm or 114 x 40 cm. Flame Element 43 x 3 x ca. 0.3 cm. Downlight Element 14,5 x 2,5 x 2.5 cm

More info
Both types of the canopy made of white lacquered steel are equipped with jacks for up to ten Flame Elements and a maximum of two Downlight Elements. The downlights are equipped with a touch dimmer with memory function. The flame elements are dimmable separately by holding down a small button on the circuit board. Integrated electronic ballast adapter.

Flame Element: Black or Red. Downlight Element: Black. Canopy: White

Product family


The Flying Flames is a flexible system. By combining several canopies, a long chandelier can be realised. Available since November 2013. One New Flame is a single flying LED candle, also powered by line voltage. The table version, My New Flame, is powered by rechargeable batteries.