Architect Alfred Toet employed LED luminaires by Modular Lighting Instruments to stage the interior of a historical residential home in a subtle light.
A wink can be a greeting, an attempt at flirting, or simply an irritating twitch. Modular Lighting Instruments, however, feels that its new “Wink” light fixture is hard to pin down to one specific style, although every one of its products has always contained a humorous element.
The combination of the technical skill of designers Couvreur.Devos with a bit of wink-wink humour gives this fixture a decidedly distinctive allure. The straightforward approach, the detailed finish and the sleek design resulted in a light fixture that is semi-recessed in the ceiling, while just peeking out over the edge.
Wink creates a symmetric downlight effect. In spite of the fact that its design is identical, Asy Wink, however, has an asymmetric reflector, creating an asymmetric beam angle. This effect allows you to accentuate objects on walls. The Asy Wink, which is fitted with a spreadlens, will illuminate the wall evenly, with a horizontal and wide light beam.
Design Plus award winner 2016
Good Design award winner 2016
|Emission class||A++ - A|
|Inspection seal /certification||CE|
|Installation depth||880 mm|
|Form of protection (DIN 40050)||IP54 protection against: dust/splashing water|
|Safety class||class III (protective low voltage)|