colourliving, the authorised CoeLux dealer in Hong Kong, unveils Coelux recently, which is a lighting system that reproduces the optical properties of natural light, along with its associated physical effects on the viewer, making it suitable for commercial buildings, clubhouses, hotels, to name a few.
Coelux employs the latest LED technology and a very sophisticated optical system that recreates the sensation of the sun shining from its actual distance through the sky. Available in settings that replicate the natural light of the Mediterranean or tropical regions, ceiling models require a minimum width above a false ceiling – specific dimensions vary depending on the model. This scientific achievement, led by Paolo Di Trapani from the University of Insubria in Como, Italy, launched in 2014 and now offers a wide variety of models.
The CoeLux 45 series offers ceiling skylight or a wall-mounted panel that brings an equal amount of light and shade. The CoeLux 45 family features a 45-degree solar elevation effect. However, a more luminescent contrast of light and shadow is brought by the CoeLux 60, with its implied 60-degree solar elevation. These systems have been successfully installed in a variety of architecture and have a great impact in underground spaces including subways, airports and cruise liner cabins.
The CoeLux ST range, introduced in 2016 breaks up the lighting panels with three decorative options: ST NAOS intervenes with long slats, ST TIVANO diffuses light with a surface of multiple glass panels, and ST IBLA positions an unobscured lighting panel in a deeper surrounding well.
All models are guaranteed with a two-year international warranty.
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