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Louis Poulsen

The discreet Transair draws all attention to the objects in its spotlight

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Louis Poulsen Lighting has introduced a new spotlight system – Transair – in a novel idiom developed in partnership with famous British designer Ross Lovegrove.

The underlying idea of Transair is to create a series of spots suited for illumination of art in the pure, unadorned rooms you often encounter in museums and galleries.

But in addition to art exhibitions, spotlights are also used in many other settings, and the designer therefore wanted to develop a spotlight that would also fit into private homes.

Ross Lovegrove endeavoured to create a fixture with personality while still exhibiting a discreet and tranquil design concept. Transair has a modern, bold and sophisticated design. The transparent arm sets the fixture apart and is almost invisible in the room thus leaving the fixture to hover. The arm encompasses a calibration system with a trigger, offering technicians easy and efficient access to precise adjustment.

Ross Lovegrove and Louis Poulsen Lighting cooperated with Japanese company Yamagiwa in the development of the Transair product.

The light is fixed on a track system which can be easily fitted to most ceilings.

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