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MAAI, SIMPLICITY BECOMES ART

It is born a balanced, lightweight piece completely adaptable to the space. Whether installed on the ceiling or on the wall, it can be adjusted 350º thanks to an invisible rotation mechanism

Maai is a very interesting novelty of 2018. Developed by LEDS C4 in collaboration with  Artec3 Studio, it is a totally versatile indoor fixture that is able to adapt perfectly in any kind of space. Its pure and neutral geometric design makes it so simple that it may seem a piece of art.

It consists of two totally identical pieces. Each body is white, rectangular and flat, and manage to lodge in only 3cm all the necessary technology to emit a powerful flow of between 900lm and 3.360lm. At first glance you may see two perfect white rectangles, but once lit, one of the sides comes to life through a fully opal diffuser to fill the space with light.

We can use Maai as a wall sconce directing the light towards the ceiling or the floor, or as a surface ceiling fixture directing the light towards a wall. It is also possible to use Maai in a combining system since each body is independent. In any case, with this fixture we will achieve not only a 100% comfortable indirect lighting, but also an absolute integration within architecture.

The union between the pieces is simultaneously a fixation system and an invisible mechanism for a 350º rotation. This is the reason why we are able to direct each piece individually towards the needed surface.

Quality, uniformity and visual comfort

The multiple Led modules used in Maai have been strategically placed on the emission surface to, in combination with a diffusing material of maximum quality, achieve an incredible uniformity and visual comfort.

Maai is a great option in residential projects or common spaces where high lighting levels are required, but where visual comfort and integration within architecture comes first. It is available in two colour temperatures: neutral and cold, both with a great colour rendering index and high efficiency levels.

In addition, it may use a Dali regulation protocol in order to adjust its intensity and define lighting scenes where light may adapt to people’s daily activity.

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