KUP lamp by Tim Brauns for B lux

November 2nd, 2017 by retail design blog

Tim Brauns designs KUP, a new LED modular lighting system, for B.lux.

B.lux’s new LED modular lighting system is the work of designer Tim Brauns, who has become a regular collaborator of the Basque manufacturer. It is a suspension system called KUP that can be used to create multiple modular compositions and adapted to all types of home and architectural settings.

KUP is marketed in two standard formats: KUP 1 and KUP 2. Each lamp consists of five adjustable LED light bodies offering direct light. The structure of the KUP lamp has a black finish that gives it a restrained, industrial look. The LED light bodies are available in different finishes: black, and luxurious gold and copper finishes. In every version, the diffusers are made from white opal matte acrylic.

One of the main advantages of KUP is that additional modules can be used to increase its size to adapt it to the surface area and space. The modules can be plugged into any end cap on the standard lamps and consist of a body and two heads. KUP is one of the new additions to the 2017 lighting catalogue from B.lux, which has been making lamps in the Basque Country since 1980.

Design: B lux

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