The new Inplana and Onplana LED downlights from Trilux are made with the brand’s trademark German engineering and sit in or on the ceiling plane with understated charm.
November 5th, 2015
Named for their presences either in or on the ceiling, the Inplana and Onplana downlights are the first glare-reduced planar lights available in the downlight sector. The new Trilux lights exhibit pleasant, uniform light emission, and their unobtrusive minimalist design has them blending into any interior, enabling the light and architecture to come to the fore. Combine this with their energy efficient nature, and you’ve really got a radiance to be excited about.
Installed flush to the ceiling, downlights have always emphasised concise and clean ceiling appearances, and this is further highlighted by the Inplana and Onplana light, with standard versions also illuminating the ceiling slightly, with indirect light components. Thanks to their minimised direct glare, these luminaires are also suitable for wall mounting, expanding design options and flexibility for interior designers and design lovers alike.
The new Trilux Inplana and Onplana luminaire downlights are now available throughout Australia though Light Culture Australia.
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