Clon ceiling lighting system for B.Lux by Miguel Ángel Ciganda

November 26th, 2016 by retail design blog


The designer Miguel Ángel Ciganda, a regular collaborator with the manufacturer B.lux going back to the early 80s, has developed for the Basque brand a new ceiling lighting system allowing for modular compositions. The Clon lamp is also available as a suspension unit. With a single connection, the Clon lamp allows for the creation of multiple lighting surfaces. It can be installed at different heights, creating attractive and varying light volumes and planes that seem to float in the room.


This is possible thanks to the Clon’s design, featuring a large opal white PMMA shade with a great diffusion capacity, and without metal frames. The result is uniform direct and indirect light, without shadows. Both the Clon system and the single unit are equipped with E27 bulbs. The Clon is a new release that was presented at the 2016 Light+Building fair by B.lux, a manufacturer of contemporary design lighting since 1980 and located in the Basque Country.

Design: Miguel Ángel Ciganda

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One thought on “Clon ceiling lighting system for B.Lux by Miguel Ángel Ciganda

  1. Pillow structured ceiling lights.. Nice one.

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