Product description

Cubic-S2 I LED-free-standing luminaire with seperate reflection and acoustics canvas
• Acoustic canvas as high-performance sound absorber made of semi-transparent high-tech acoustic tissue (WeavePerf®) with aluminium frame, natural anodised or white powder-coated
• Free-standing luminaire with direct-indirect light distribution including two light chambers for separate control of direct and indirect lighting
• Colour temperature warm white (3000°K) or neutral white (4000°K), colour rendering Ra>80
• Low maintenance costs due to a fly-proof luminaire head and a lamp life of more than 50.000 hours
• Microprismatic Screen made of micro-structured special methacrylate, suitable for office lighting according to EN 12464-1
• Luminaire available in different surface variations (chromed, silver, white)
• Optionally also with U-formed base or clamp for table mounting
• Electronic LED-Converter, luminaire separately dimmable, optionally with daylight and movement multi-sensor
• Touch panel ergonomically located in the stand
• 4 m power supply cable with shock-proof plug

Product family

Concept

GEOMETRIC, PURE, AND TIMELESS

Clear forms, durable materials, high-quality finishes and flat diffuse illumination are the defining characteristics of this flexible product series. The consequently cubic form, with its distinctive contours, enables Cubic to integrate itself subtlety into almost every spatial architecture. This restrained effect, which unobtrusively gives precedence to the architecture, is also mirrored in its diffuse lighting characteristics: it appears virtually to have no edges and manages almost casually to be-come an intrinsic design element of its surroundings. Made from premium materials, the body consists of sharp-edged, anodized silver matt aluminum which can also be finished as an option in high-gloss polished plate thus reinforcing the dematerialized effect of the room. Cubic-LED is available in a great many cubic and cuboid sizes. The luminous flux of each luminaire can be finely tuned to balance one other – this results in a higher degree of freedom in planning the lighting. In this way, perfectly homogenous illumination with the greatest efficiency possible not only satisfies architecturally aesthetic demands but also economic ones.