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The "Amisol" luminaire by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan. The idea is incredibly simple: An LED spot illuminates a circular sun sail, resulting in soft, diffuse light.
The "Amisol" luminaire by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan. The idea is incredibly simple: An LED spot illuminates a circular sun sail, resulting in soft, diffuse light.
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The "Amisol" luminaire by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan. The idea is incredibly simple: An LED spot illuminates a circular sun sail, resulting in soft, diffuse light.

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“Amisol” by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan
3/30/2017

Daniel Rybakken is the tightrope artist among luminaire designers. He repeatedly surprises the world with intelligent, and yet elegant luminaires, such as recent “Ascent” and “Counterbalance” for Luceplan, both of which won a Compasso d’Oro. And now the successful Norwegian-Italian alliance has again conjured up something new: it’s called “Amisol,” a ceiling luminaire with a touch of the installation about it. The idea is incredibly simple: An LED spot illuminates a circular sun sail to diffuse soft light. It's an alternative to the translucent sail: a reflective surface that bounces light back. The disk is framed by an aluminum ring and comes with a diameter of 75 or 108 centimeters. (mm)

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