Key facts

Product:
Falling Star Floor
Family:
Falling Star
Manufacturer:
Tobias Grau >
Designer:
Tobias Grau >
Architonic ID:
1141659
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2011
Manufacturer groups :
Free-standing lights-Reading lights >
Free-standing lights-LED-lights >
LED lights-Free-standing lights >
Groups:
Free-standing lights-Reading lights >
Free-standing lights-LED-lights >
LED lights-Free-standing lights >

Product description

LED 8W - 280lm, matt black (2900K, CRI>90)

Product family

Concept

The FALLING STAR luminaire collection stands for lightness and a playful approach to light. The spherical lamp heads in polished or black chrome are combined with cables and fittings in different colours to create an up-to-date and fashionable-looking product. The series consists of suspension, wall, ceiling and floor lamps and, together with the FALLING IN LOVE table lamp, now forms a complete product family. Like FALLING IN LOVE, the lamps are equipped with brilliant-colour LEDs whose light is concentrated and deglared in optical lenses. All the luminaires are dimmable, either via integrated dimmer switches or a 230-volt rotary dimmer in the wall.

The FALLING STAR SUSPENSION takes a playful attitude to lighting. The lamp hangs from a so-called monkey swing as if it were the most natural thing in the world. As a result, it is independent of the power supply. The latest LEDs make FALLING STAR SUSPENSION highly powerful and dimmable. Despite very low power consumption, it provides brilliant, warm-white light.

It couldn’t be simpler: FALLING STAR FLOOR sticks the light on a rod! The rod is then inserted into various holes in the base plate to achieve the desired angle of slant. Thanks to state-of-the-art LED technology, the light output is powerful, dimmable and brilliant despite low power consumption.New: matt black with a red dimmer and chrome with a white cable.Light source: LED 8W - 280lm, warm white (2900K, CRI>90)

FALLING STAR TABLE - next to the bed, on the desk - no matter where it’s used, this luminaire arouses emotions in their purest form. The spherical head of the luminaire is equipped with brilliant colour, dimmable LEDs. The light is concentrated by an optical lens and deglared. Gleaming or matt surfaces are combined with the colours black and white. The rod is held by a flat, curved plate and can therefore be swivelled and rotated.