Thorn brings new elegance to lighting

Published:  10 November, 2004

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Elegance and a range of up/down lighting options — Thorn’s Zep fitting.

Four choices of indirect/direct lighting distribution are offered by the Thorn Zep T5 luminaire. They range from 40/60 to 84/16 up/down lighting.

Zep fittings have a modernistic curved shape developed by Heikki Turunen and Fredrik Malm. The extruded aluminum body is attached to die-cast zinc end caps, textured light grey, and a frosted glass or acrylic diffuser.

Lamp combinations are single, twin or triple 28 W or 54 W T5 lamps.

A clear acrylic panel on top of these fittings protects against dust and achieves an elegant design from all angles — including above.

Installation is via quick-lock wire suspensions.



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