Wide beam light distribution

This model series features high-quality, hand-crafted glass covers for downward-directed ceiling luminaires that are one-of-a-kind pieces of glass art and directly impact the lighting atmosphere in the room. The downward-directed portion of the luminaires is generated by pure anodised aluminium reflectors. The partially frosted crystal glass feature a particularly high material thickness and cause the brilliant light to be distributed in a very wide beam. The model series is available with various projections, half beam angles and light outputs to suit whatever lighting design you are planning. You can furthermore choose between a velvet white and stainless steel housing finish.

Technical data

BEGA Thermal Management®

Luminaire housing made of cast aluminium Partially frosted crystal glass Reflector made of pure anodised aluminium Silicone diffusing lens · BEGA Constant Optics®


Colour rendering index (CRI) > 90

20-year availability guarantee for replacement parts and LED modules

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Congress hall
Congress halls are used for many different purposes. Concerts, theatre performances, trade fairs, conferences and receptions take place here. All of these events require multifunctional and efficient lighting solutions. In high-prestige events, things are often more formal. Pendant luminaires are the preferred solution here, as they flood the room with soft light. An integral downlight generates the additional downward-directed light. For situations requiring the illumination of ceilings to highlight the architecture, these luminaires are available with additional light emission upwards. Parallel to the way the room is divided up, ceiling luminaires and recessed ceiling luminaires with downward-directed light distribution are used in the remaining areas.

Waiting zone
As a rule, there is a quiet atmosphere in waiting zones. Some people are reading or sleeping, others are busy with their laptop or smartphone. The illumination of the entire area is effected using downlights. Due to their thick, partially frosted crystal glass, most of the light is emitted directly downwards onto the floor. An average of 150 lx is reached at floor level. The remaining light is refracted by the edge of the glass and is diffused through the matt finish. In this way, the light is also distributed vertically into the room. In addition, flat, square wall luminaires emit soft light.

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