Key facts

Product:
Annex Ceiling opal
Family:
Annex
Manufacturer:
serien.lighting >
Designer:
Uwe Fischer >
Architonic ID:
1042346
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2007
Manufacturer groups :
Ceiling-mounted lights-General lighting >
Ceiling-mounted ...-Ceiling lights in glass >
Groups:
Ceiling-mounted lights-General lighting >
Ceiling-mounted ...-Ceiling lights in glass >

Product description

Annex Ceiling can take on various roles as a central ceiling lamp: evenly distributed light throughout the room with a shade made of milky finished glass with no interior reflector. More targeted with a conic milk glass reflector for direct downward light, for rooms and ceilings as well. With an aluminum reflector floors and ceilings are lit gently, increasing the dramatic effect, more brilliantly with a faceted crystal glass reflector.
All versions are available with three shade sizes Small, Medium and Large.

Material
Shade of glass frosted cased glass (opal)

Lamps
Small: ECO-halogen bulb 60W G9 980lm, energy class D
Medium: ECO-halogen bulb 100W B15d 1800lm, energy class D
Large: ECO-halogen bulb 150W E27 2870lm, energy class D
Please note: Version 3 is only available with halogen lamps

Light
Diffusely scattered all around

Control
Halogen lamps recommended via an external dimmer

Other features
Shade of glass can be mounted without any tools
Compatible with bulbs of the energy classes C - E
Compact fluorescent bulb: Small and Medium compatible with bulbs of the energy classes A++ - E Large compatible with bulbs of the energy classes B.

Product family

Concept

Perfect ANNEX for any ceiling

A quite archetypal ceiling lamp with that added functionality we place value on: three different sizes correspond with the proportions of your rooms. The different reflectors on the inside of the mouth-blown spherical shade enable extremely varied light effects, which nonetheless formally are part of one family.

Awards / Museums
International Design Award Baden-Württemberg, Focus silver 2011
Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany, Nomination 2012