Key facts

Product:
Poppy Ceiling with 3 arms
Family:
Poppy
Manufacturer:
serien.lighting
Designer:
Georg Soanca-Pollak, Peter Thammer, Ulrich Beckert
Architonic ID:
1074577
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2011
Groups:
Ceiling-mounted lights-General lighting
Ceiling-moun...-Ceiling lights in aluminium
Ceilin...-Ceiling lights in stainless steel
Ceiling-mounted ...-Ceiling lights in metal
Ceiling-mounte...-Ceiling lights in ceramic
Ceiling-mounted ...-Ceiling lights in glass

Product description

For anywhere a chandelier would perhaps be too much of a good thing but the charm of POPPY Ceiling is just right: with this reduced version you can choose between one, two, three, or five movable swivel arms.
Would you like to suspend POPPY Suspension but it seems to be too opulent for your circumstances? POPPY Ceiling with 15 arms is the answer: fixed directly to the ceiling and with half the number of lighting heads it gives exactly the same impression, but is also suitable for smaller rooms and low ceilings.

Poppy Ceiling with 3 arm, 75cm

Material
Arms (flexible): Textile coated metal in black or beige. Shades: Mouth-blown glass in black violet, ceramic or red. Canopy: Versions 1 to 4 stainless steel, polished, Version 5 stainless steel, brushed

Lamps
Low-volt halogen bulb(s) 35W G4 à 532lm, energy class C

Light
Directly, decorative through glass shades

Other features
Lamellae open within approx. 2 minutes after switching on the luminaire
Compatible with bulbs of the energy classes B - E

Product family

Concept

Wake up, little POPPY

When the "poppy flowers" in this family are woken by the lamp being switched on, their shades open very gradually: the delicate leaves are bi-metallic and expand when heated. All the versions can be redesigned as desired. The flexible, textile-coated stem can be bent at will, to change the direction of the light, or because you just feel like it. The mouth-blown glass capsules are available in black violet, red, or ceramic.

Awards / Museums
Design Centre of North Rhine-Westphalia, Red Dot Award 2011