With its emotional perceptions, Koi sets new standards in efficient interior lighting technology. A single standing light for two workstations can now be replaced by the Koi for four workstations using the same amount of light – and less energy.
This is due to modern lighting technology and the light head. The rounded form ensures rotational symmetry and equal light distribution over a wide area. Despite the high output, the light sources are only dimly seen.
The four powerful 42W fluorescent lamps with a total output of 13 000 lumens are so positioned to ensure 20% less light loss compared to conventional office standing lights. Koi reflects up to 70% of light from the ceiling resulting in abundant and fatigue-free lighting. The remaining 30% is directed glare-free onto work surfaces using pyramidal lenses.
The 12° oblique conical light head of translucent metallized acrylic reflects 95% of the scattered light as extra direct light with the rest leaving through the light head as direct lateral light. The rounded form ensures rotational symmetry and equal light distribution over a wide area. Despite the high output, the light sources are only dimly seen and because of this efficient glare control, the KOI is certified to Minergie standards.
The rounded form of the Koi floor lamp harmonizes with all room designs. Despite its large body, Koi is floating, vibrant and elegant.
“Super Normal Design” defines the philosophy and creative art of Naoto Fukasawa, the Designer of Koi. This is reflected in the simple harmonious form and startling simplicity of the Koi family of lights. The elemental design perfectly demonstrates its obvious functionality in flexibility and versatility resulting in a sense of well-being all of which are of utmost importance in the world of design now and for the future.
The Koi floor lamp ox Belux is also available with integrated touchdimmer or integrated multisense. There is also a table version of Koi available.