The collection is about the ancient cultures of Mesoamerica. They were famous for their jewelry art, often made of gold. This metal was not precious or currency for them, unlike the Europeans of the time. In some Mesoamerican cultures jewelry had ritual and religious meaning. In addition, they often shared a similar silhouette in the form of an inverted crescent moon. This is why this shape was the basis for the Maya collection. The luminaires not only have a characteristic gold color, but they are framed on both sides by glass with a polygonal ornamentation. The many facets refract the light stream and create a great number of spectacular reflections. This effect symbolizes the precious stones used to decorate the jewelry of the ancient Americans. The collection is made of a pendant luminaire, which is suspended on two wires. These are brought together by a decorative cylindrical element, creating an elegant silhouette. And also the two wires make it possible to hang the light fixture in the best possible angle when mounted. This collection also offers a wall luminaire with a similar design.

Technical parameters:
LED, Power 18W, Luminous flux 1300 Lm, Color temperature 3000K, Color rendering index, Ra 85,
Dispersion angle 120°, Voltage AC 220-240V, Protection IP20, Protection class Class1.
Min.height 405mm, Max.height: 1,865 mm. Materials: glass, aluminum.


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