LodesSuspensionNautilus

Nautilus, design by Andrea Tosetto, 2017

Strong design and leading–edge technology come together in this family of lamps characterised by a convex lens that projects the LED light wherever its needed or most preferred, for a truly efficient and personalised result. Versatile and dynamic, either on the wall, ceiling or suspended in a variety of versions and finishes, Nautilus lamps satisfy a full range of lighting needs, whether functional or purely decorative, in both residential and professional contexts.

Nautilus Single & Starting Module

Suspension

Nautilus Single & Starting Module

Sorgente luminosa

LED

  • 3000 K
  • 4 × 15W | 5100 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step

LED

  • 2700 K
  • 4 × 15W | 4800 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step

Montatura Aluminium

Chrome

Diffusore Aluminium

Matte White 9010

Chrome

Matte Black 9005

Nautilus Single & Starting Module
Light source Frame Aluminium Diffuser: Aluminium Code

LED

  • 3000 K
  • 4 × 15W | 5100 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step
165020
165022
165021

LED

  • 2700 K
  • 4 × 15W | 4800 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step
165017
165019
165018
LED and driver included

Net weight: 4.43 kg

Gross weight: 6.50 kg

Parcels: N° 1

Volume: 0.064 m³

Nautilus Additional Module

Suspension

Nautilus Additional Module

Sorgente luminosa

LED

  • 3000 K
  • 4 × 15W | 5100 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step

LED

  • 2700 K
  • 4 × 15W | 4800 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step

Montatura Aluminium

Chrome

Diffusore Aluminium

Matte White 9010

Chrome

Matte Black 9005

Nautilus Additional Module
Light source Frame Aluminium Diffuser: Aluminium Code

LED

  • 3000 K
  • 4 × 15W | 5100 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step
165026
165028
165027

LED

  • 2700 K
  • 4 × 15W | 4800 lm
  • 220-240V
  • CRI 90
  • MacAdam 3-Step
165023
165025
165024
LED and driver included

Net weight: 4.22 kg

Gross weight: 6.30 kg

Parcels: N° 1

Volume: 0.064 m³

Finishes

Other applications of Nautilus