The desire of connecting direct light of a Downlight, with the simultaneous illumination of ceilings, determined form and material of the ceiling lamp Annex. The opal cone inside of the crystal-glass shade made up this desired connection.
The quite, geometric lamp’s corpus stands as if it was a showcase out of clear, mouth blown crystal glass. The form of the showcase thereby corresponds with the showed exponent and allows this one to float under the bulb, without annoying details. The glass is supported by a surrounding rubber-lip, allowing the exchange the bulb without tools and avoiding the income of dust.
With the reflector out of milk-glass, Annex shines directly downwards and simultaneously lights the room and the ceiling. The second edition has a shade out of milk-glass, however without reflector and is therefore more suitable for the balanced illumination of a room.
Annex is directly fixed at the ceiling, without annoying details. The shade can be mounded without the necessity of using helping tools. The ceiling lamp was coined by the Frankfurt industrial designer Uwe Fischer, who is professor at the Academy of Applied Arts in Stuttgart.
The Annex ceiling lamp is also available with shining chromed aluminium reflectors (glass shape:clear) and two different sizes (medium and large).