Direct-indirect light pendant lamp
Stephen Burks is the designer of the innovative Trypta system of suspension lamps, the latest development from Luceplan to improve acoustic and luminous comfort for spaces and their inhabitants.
Sound absorption is a key theme for the company today, which has understood this contemporary need in order to develop – starting in 2012 – a line of multifunctional solutions in which the protagonists are light and acoustic comfort.
The structure is composed of three equidistant panels arranged along the axis of a cylindrical body; the composition creates a pleasant symmetry while offering excellent sound-absorbing performance.
Trypta adapts perfectly to any space thanks to two separately activated light sources connected to the extremities of a central column, to provide both direct and indirect lighting.
Its decorative character is underscored by the panels clad in flame-retardant knit fabric, giving Trypta a unique personality. It is possible to create multiple combinations, juxtaposing panels with different fabrics and colors, varying their size and arrangement. The catalog offers panels in three color options and six different sizes.
The central cylinder, available in two lengths, features lengthwise grooves for the radial insertion of the three acoustic panels, each at an angle of 120°.
To respond to various decor needs while providing different levels of sound absorption, Trypta can be configured in various ways:
- Flat (with panels of the same size, assembled in a symmetrical way);
- Shifted (with panels of the same size mounted at different heights);
- Mixed (panels of different sizes, aligned only at the upper end).
The aluminum body and the two panel ends finished with metal plating, are available in matte black or aluminum finishes.