Gineico’s Semplice directional track spot light by established Italian lighting manufacturer, Lucifero’s ensures a beautiful sleek finish and minimalist design for an array of interiors.
August 7th, 2015
Showcasing simplicity and elegance on appearance, Semplice has a simple tubular body that emits a warm, enticing glow. The body houses the transformer/driver and globe so the only part visible externally is the track adapter, which slots into the standard 240V EU 3 circuit track, resulting in a sleek finish.
Differing sizes suit different needs, yet all exemplify the minimalist and contemporary design of the Semplice light. The standard track range is available in 90, 120, 150mm bodies but in recognition of the relatively low ceiling heights we see in Australia, Lucifero’s design team in Bologna has produced a 55mm diameter version, specifically for Australian designers. The result is not only smaller but also contains a clever adjustable snoot feature, allowing the designer to easily slide the globe in and out of the body to adjust the beam angle.
Gineico offers the track fittings in black or white, and a rich mocha for the more adventurous specifiers. The Semplice is also available in standard directional ceiling or wall mounted version, as opposed to the track version. In keeping with Gineico’s emulous approach to lighting this fitting is also competitively priced, starting at $150, making this little Italian fitting an affordable luxury and an ideal lighting solution for your next interior project.
Gineico are experts in crafting bespoke lighting solutions for a variety of spaces, and they are passionate about delivering quality lights like Semplice by Lucifero’s.
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