The Titania pendant lamp is the classic by Luceplan. Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzato already designed the lamp in 1989. With the aid of colour combinations, an individual dying of the lamp’s body is reached, consequently acting futuristic and slightly floating in the room.
Numerous lamellae out of aluminium form the elliptic body of the Titania pendant lamp. The illuminant is in the middle, reflecting the light through the lamellae into the room. Colourful filters can be set into the pendant lamp with a simple handle, so that the wings enter the desired colour. The light colour in the centre of the lamp constantly stays the same.
The lamellae furthermore ensure that the direct light of the Qween Titania prevents glare. At the same time it reflects the light and spreads it in the room. The thin lamellae ensure that the head of the lamp seems nearly invisible when it is viewed from the front, while it seems massive from the side.
The length of suspension of the pendant lamp can be adjusted with a cone-like counterweight. Luceplan's Titania can be hanged at slightly inclined or wooden ceilings thanks to the weightless construction.