The Titania pendant lamp is a classic piece by Luceplan, that had already been designed by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzato in 1989. With the help of color filters, the color of the lamp's body can be determined individually, making it look as if it is floating futuristically in the room.
The elliptical structure of the Titania pendant lamp is made up of a number of blades. The light bulb in the center emits its light through the slats into the room. With a simple movement of the hand, colored filters can be slotted into the pendulum lamp so that the wings can take on different colors. The center of the lamp, however, is always white.
The blades also ensure that Titania's direct light is glare-free. At the same time, the light is reflected and distributed into the room. Visually, the thin lamellas make the body of the lamp look almost invisible from the front, but massive from the side.
The length of the suspension can be adjusted by means of a spherical counterweight. Thanks to the lamp's construction, Luceplan's Titania can also be hung from plaster, wood or oblique ceilings.