A quarter of a century after the design classic "Diapason" was launched by Kreon, the timeless piece in lighting design takes a turn for the future to meet today's requirements in modern LED technology.
Its characteristic design is distilled, without losing touch with its original strong form language derived from the elegant contours of a tuning-fork, nor by compromising its versatile gyroscopic principle.
This allows the luminaire to tilt and rotate freely, in order to easily highlight architectural details.
Diapason is redesigned exclusively for LED lightsources and offers great flexibility to fit the needs of your project.
Different colour temperatures and CRI characteristics will be available and the light effect can be customised with a variety of lenses, glare preventors and the best performing optics.
Diapason no longer comes in just two sizes, but the product range will be extended with a third, smaller luminaire: Diapason 40, allowing a wide variety of applications in residential projects, hospitality and retail applications.
First of all, Diapason 80 will be launched. Followed by the smaller Diapason 40 and the largest of the range: Diapason 120
Jan van lierde was born in 1954. Graduated from architecture at the Municipal Higher Institute for Architecture and Urban Planning, Ghent in 1978. From 1978 to 1983 gained architectural experience and built some 25 dwellings and more than 100 buildings for various industries in Belgium. Established Kreon as a manufacturer of lighting equipment in 1985. The first Kreon range was the METIS range... More