Up in-Line fades away in its surroundings and completely concentrates on its main function, creating a high quality atmosphere, by enlarging the spatial effect of the architecture with vertical light.
The light beam can be steered by lenses so that specific accents in the architecture can be highlighted.
The luminaire, removed from its visible trim, is built around a molded stainless steel housing and a glass carrier, which in combination with a high quality seal offer an IP67-protection rate.
The frosted safety glass combined with and underlying louvre determine the colour and the depth of the Up in-Line.
The different available accessories provide the possibility to install the fixture in a whole range of different surfaces; from concrete to a hollow floor.
Furthermore, the necessary build-in depth is limited to a minimum through the use of LED-technology.
Up in-Line Outdoor
Up in-Line offers a range of waterproof recessed floor luminaires with a trimless finish, suitable for interior and exterior use.
The luminaires are built with high quality materials and product techniques to achieve an ingress protection rating of IP67 .
They are available in square of circular forms and finished in white or black.
The combination of protection rate and limited build-in depth, by use of technology and different light beam options, offer the designer a great flexibility in projects.
Mini Up Outdoor
Mini Up Outdoor and Mini Up Circular Outdoor are part of a range of in-ground luminaires for interior and exterior use.
The luminaires are built with high quality materials and product techniques to guarantee their IP67 protection rate.
They are finished with a sandblasted stainless trim and are available in black and white.
The combination of the protection rate and the limited build-in depth, by use of Cree and Xicato LED technology and several light beam options, offer the architect great flexibility in his projects.
Born in Belgium, Kristof Pycke graducated with a master’s degree at Henry De Velde Institute in Antewerp in 1995. He worked in product development at Massive consumer lighting division (1996-1998) and head of product design and developemtn at Kreon (1999-2005). In 2005-2007, he became the art director at Kreon developing the company’s product design and development and corporate ide... More