TRILUX Neximo combines a unique design with innovative technology.
May 25th, 2011
Whether for general or workplace lighting, TRILUX Neximo wins over with an individual design, a new form of light emission and high efficiency thanks to daylight control and presence detection.
Developed by Design Affairs, Neximo features Low Contrast Light (LCL) Technology, creating a pleasant illumination that reduces the sharp borders between bright LED light sources and dark surfaces.
A flat construction and sophisticated matt-structured surface form a unique contemporary light sculpture.
No wonder it was awarded a prestigious red dot for its innovation and design.
Discover Neximo LED at Light Culture.
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