The wish to combine the direct light of a downlight while lighting up the ceiling at the same time affected the choice of materials and styling of the ceiling lamp Annex. The opal cone inside of the crystal glass shade creates this desired connection.
The quiet, geometric lamp body is inside of a clear, hand-blown crystal glass, appearing as if in a showcase. The form of the showcase thus corresponds to the displayed item and allows it to float under the light source without annoying details. The glass is supported by a surrounding rubber lip, allowing you to the exchange the bulb without tools and avoiding dust.
With the reflector out of milky flashed glass, Annex shines directly downwards and simultaneously lights the room and the ceiling. The second version has a shade out of milky flashed glass, but without a reflector and is thus more suitable for balanced illumination of a room.
Annex is directly fixed on the ceiling without annoying details. The shade can be mounted without tools. The ceiling lamp was coined by Frankfurt industrial designer Uwe Fischer, professor at the Academy of Applied Arts in Stuttgart.
The Annex Ceiling Lamp is also available with shining chromed aluminium reflectors (glass shade: clear) and in two different sizes (medium and large).