Ulf Möller, 2021
The LUM is a Bauhaus lamp for the 21st century. It carries on the Bauhaus idea, the reduction to the essentials with a maximum of functionality and aesthetics. The youngest member of the LUM family of lights is the LUM 195. With its length of 195 cm, it is particularly suitable for large dining tables as well as for reception counters in companies and medical practices.
In addition to the clear design, the LUM 195 impresses with its convenient functionality and flexibility. The use of the latest LED technology guarantees bright and brilliant color rendering and a glare-free (120 ° lens technology) and warm light climate. In addition to switching it on and off, an automatic touch function on the light source offers the option of dimming the light according to requirements. The middle and the outer light heads are individually controllable.
Rotating the horizontal lamp heads also enables the direction of radiation to be continuously changed by up to 360 °. In addition, the luminaire is infinitely adjustable in height and has a position adjustment of 10 °, which means that the luminaire can be easily adapted to the respective conditions. In this way, very individual lighting situations can be created and tables and rooms can be perfectly illuminated at the same time. The high efficiency of the light output supports the very low power consumption.
Under the signet THONETbyTECNOLUMEN, these lights are manufactured in cooperation using the famous 20mm steel tube.
48 W Power LED
(6 LED Module je 8 W)
CRI > 92
lenght 1950 mm
diameter 20 mm
high 650 bis 2.000 mm
Diameter Baldachin 66.5 x 9 x 4 cm (L x B x H)
high Baldachin 7.9 cm
The pendant lamp is available in chrome, black and smoke chrome.
Our LUM pendant lights in their standard version are best suited for rooms with a maximum height of 300 cm. For higher ceilings (over 300 cm), we ask for a corresponding request. These lights can be extended for an extra charge based on the order.
Born in 1969 in Kassel, architect Ulf Möller studied Architecture, Urban Planning and Design at the Technical University Darmstadt. As part of his studies, Ulf Möller shifted successfully into selfemployment with his own atelier, subsequently executing various design-oriented buildings.Learn more about Ulf Möller