Our chandeliers are a contemporary interpretation of the historical chandeliers that have been used for centuries to illuminate rooms in a particularly festive manner. With their size and light effects, these luminaires create an impressive effect both during the day and when illuminated. Prestigious, festive light – for exclusive private rooms as well as grand, stylish architecture.
We have re-designed these luminaires and equipped them with more powerful LED technology. We offer these luminaires in three different light distributions and three sizes to fulfil your lighting design requirements. Depending on your particular planning needs, choose the appropriate light distribution and version to create the desired lighting atmosphere. All versions of the chandeliers emit their light both upwards and downwards. The chandeliers can be controlled with a DALI address. We can also custom build chandeliers with upward- and downward-directed light that can be controlled separately.
Chandeliers with opal glass are luminaires with three-ply opal glass. The light is evenly and softly distributed upwards and downwards in the room. The frosted, hand-blown luminaire glass provides a pleasant, uniform brightness and a lighting atmosphere that is reminiscent of festively lit rooms thanks to the long cylindrical luminaire bodies.
Chandelier and canopy made of aluminium
Luminaire body made of cast aluminium
Colour velvet white
We can also supply the luminaires in RAL colours on request
Opal glass · Reflectors · BEGA Constant Optics®
White connecting cable
3 or 4 Steel wires
Special lengths on request
We can also supply these luminaires with a combination of various chandelier diameters as custom-made products.
Colour rendering index (CRI) > 90
20-year availability guarantee for LED module
The luminaire luminous flux and the luminaire connected wattage quoted in the table may change as a result of technical progress. On our website you will find data sheets with information on each luminaire concerning not only the current values but also the LED service life and the luminous flux in relation to the respective colour temperature.