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CONTENTS

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Index

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Introduction

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Wall / Ceiling

115 Suspension 171 Outdoor 187 Elementi 219 Credits


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FLOOR

WALL/CEILING

SUSPENSION

OUTDOOR

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Bap LED

48 Berenice

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Any

116 Agave

172 Ecran In&Out

188 e01

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Berenice

50 Carrara

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Bap LED

118 Aircon

174 Grande Costanza

192 e02

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Berenice LED

52 Chichibio

77 Berenice

120 Archetype

194 e03

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Birzì

54 Costanza

78 Blow

124 Costanza

176 Javelot Macro

198 e04 Ceiling

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Costanza

56 Fortebraccio

80 Costanza

128 Costanzina

178 Lightdisc

202 e04 Wall

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81 Costanzina

129 C-spot

180 Metropoli

206 e04 Suspension

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Curl

58 Hope

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130 Glassglass

181 Pod lens

208 e05 Zeno

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Fortebraccio

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86 D7

132 Grande Costanza

182 Sky

210 e06

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Fortebraccio LED

64 Lola

87 Ecran

134 Happy Happy

184 Solar bud

212 e07

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Miranda

66 Miranda

88 Fortebraccio

136 Honeycomb

214 e08 Minimini

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Mirandolina

67 Starglass

90 Goggle

140 Hope

216 e10

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Mix

68 Titania

92 Hope

146 Lady Costanza

217 e11

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On off

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147 Lightdisc

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Otto Watt

98 Lane

148 Miranda

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Starled light

100 Lightdisc

149 Mirandolina

102 Lola

150 Pétale

103 Malí

154 Plissé

104 Metropoli

158 Pod lens

106 Orchestra

159 Queen Titania

107 Otto Watt

162 Starglass

108 Piatto

163 Strip

109 Screen

164 Supergiù

110 Strip

166 Titania

112 Trama

168 Trama

Grande Costanza

Lady Costanza

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INTRODUZIONE Nel 1978, a Milano, tre giovani architetti decidono di dare vita ad un’azienda produttrice di apparecchi d’illuminazione e la chiamano Luceplan. Un nome che testimonia, con semplicità e immediatezza, una precisa scelta di campo: l’impegno e la ricerca progettuale come presupposti idonei a conferire alla luce una qualità posta al servizio dell’uomo e del suo habitat, attentamente studiata e calibrata sotto il profilo tecnico, funzionale ed estetico. È così che Riccardo Sarfatti, mettendo a frutto l’esperienza acquisita dal padre, Gino Sarfatti, fondatore di Arteluce e pioniere della moderna illuminazione italiana, avvia con la moglie, Sandra Severi, e il compagno di studi, Paolo Rizzatto, una produzione d’alto livello destinata ad affermarsi come espressione d’eccellenza e innovazione nella sfera del design. Un ruolo di primo piano confermato già tre anni dopo, nel 1981, quando la lampada “D7”, progettata da Paolo Rizzatto e Sandro Colbertaldo, viene insignita del premio Compasso d’Oro ADI. Il primo di una lunga serie di riconoscimenti che attestano, in Italia e all’estero, la bontà del lavoro svolto da Luceplan. Nel 1984, Alberto Meda, ingegnere specializzato in materie plastiche e appassionato sperimentatore, si unisce al gruppo dei soci fondatori, contribuendo a dare ulteriore impulso alla vocazione innovativa del marchio. Assieme a Paolo Rizzatto, egli inaugura un lungo e proficuo sodalizio progettuale, firmando alcuni dei prodotti più emblematici dell’azienda. Altri validi progettisti, italiani e stranieri, si sono aggiunti in seguito, concorrendo alla creazione di una estesa e versatile gamma di apparecchi d’illuminazione siglati da un’inequivocabile matrice evolutiva. La loro concezione parte sempre dalla premessa che la luce artificiale deve essere fonte di benessere per l’uomo, e come tale va interpretata, valutando l’impiego delle tecnologie, dei materiali e delle sorgenti di volta in volta più appropriati ad ogni singolo progetto. In altre parole, le prerogative formali di una lampada di Luceplan non costituiscono mai un presupposto, rappresentano invece la logica conseguenza di un’idea che si sviluppa e prende forma in virtù della capacità di risolvere con semplicità problematiche anche complesse. Corentemente con questa impostazione, grande importanza è assegnata ai temi della sostenibilità e del risparmio energetico. Fin dalla nascita, l’azienda ha avviato una seria riflessione in merito, sperimentando e applicando soluzioni idonee a razionalizzare la produzione in ogni suo aspetto, dall’ideazione fino all’assemblaggio e al packaging, garantendo il corretto ciclo di vita dei suoi apparecchi e favorendone un’agevole dismissione. Creazioni spesso concepite per un uso flessibile e trasversale, modulabili e customizzabili a misura di ogni esigenza e destinazione d’uso. Tra queste, spiccano le proposte della collezione ‘Elementi’, espressioni della qualità del marchio sul versante architetturale. Luceplan ha saputo valorizzare nel tempo il proprio status di fabbrica del design italiano, conta oggi 110 dipendenti, dispone di quattro sedi estere (Berlino, Copenhagen, New York e Parigi), di tre flagship store (Milano, New York e Parigi) e distribuisce i suoi prodotti in circa 2000 punti vendita sparsi in tutto il mondo, con una quota export che sfiora l’80%. Dal 2010 Luceplan è parte del business Consumer Luminaires di Philips Lighting. INTRODUCTION In 1978, in Milan, three young architects decided to establish a lighting products company and called it Luceplan. A name that simply and directly encapsulates a precise market approach: commitment and project research as the foundations behind user and environmentally friendly lighting that is carefully designed as well as technically, functionally and aesthetically balanced. And so it was that Riccardo Sarfatti, drawing upon the experience gained from his father, Gino Sarfatti, founder of Arteluce and pioneer of modern Italian lighting, along with his wife, Sandra Severi and fellow student, Paolo Rizzatto, started up a high quality company destined for success in terms of quality and design innovation. Its primary position was recognised three years later, in 1981, when the “D7” lamp, designed by Paolo Rizzatto and Sandro Colbertaldo was awarded the Compasso d’Oro ADI. This was the first one in a long

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line of awards attesting to the quality of Luceplan’s work in Italy and abroad. In 1984, Alberto Meda, a specialist plastics engineer and dedicated experimenter, joined the founding partners, bringing new impetus to the brand’s innovative approach. With Paolo Rizzatto, he has embarked on a long and profitable project partnership, designing some of the company’s most symbolic products. Other important designers, Italian and foreign, have subsequently joined forces with the company, contributing to the creation of a large and versatile range of lighting products characterised by a unique approach to product evolution. Their design approach is always founded on the principle that artificial light should be a source of wellbeing and should also be interpreted as such: for every single project, the most appropriate technologies, materials and sources are analysed. In other words, the aesthetic features of a Luceplan lamp are never predetermined, but represent the logical outcome of an idea that evolves and takes form thanks to the ability of resolving even the most complex problems. Coherently, great importance is also given to sustainability and energy saving. Since its establishment, the company has seriously approached this issue, experimenting and applying solutions to rationalise every aspect of production, from development to assembly and packaging, guaranteeing the correct lifespan of its products and smooth phasing out. ts creations are often adaptable and multi-use, modular and customizable to meet any need and practical requirement. Of particular note is the ‘Elementi’ collection that encapsulates the quality of the brand’s architectural aspect. Luceplan has over time consolidated its status in Italian design, and now has 110 employees, four overseas offices (Berlin, Copenhagen, New York and Paris), three flagship stores (Milan, New York and Paris) and sells its products in around 2,000 sales points around the world, with an export share of around 80%. In May 2010 Luceplan has become part of the Philips Lighting Consumer Luminaires business. EINFÜHRUNG 1978 beschließen drei junge Architekten in Mailand ein Unternehmen zur Herstellung von Beleuchtungskörpern ins Leben zu rufen, mit Namen Luceplan. Eine einfache, unmittelbar verständliche Bezeichnung als Ausdruck für eine klare Entscheidung: Für ernsthaftes Engagement und Projektforschung als den Voraussetzungen, um Licht nach eingehender Untersuchung und Gewichtung aller technischen, funktionalen und ästhetischen Aspekte in den Dienst des Menschen und seines Lebensraums zu stellen. So bringt Riccardo Sarfatti die Erfahrung seines Vater Gino Sarfatti, Gründer von Arteluce und Pionier im Bereich moderner italienischer Beleuchtung, ein und startet gemeinsam mit seiner Ehefrau Sandra Severi und seinem Studienkollegen Paolo Rizzatto eine Produktion auf hohem Niveau, die sich später als eines der besten Beispiele für exzellentes, innovatives Design behaupten soll. Eine erstrangige Rolle, die 1981, also schon drei Jahre später, mit der Verleihung des Compasso d’Oro ADI für die Leuchte „D7” von Paolo Rizzatto und Sandro Colbertaldo bestätigt wird. Die erste einer langen Reihe von Anerkennungen, die in Italien wie im Ausland die vorzügliche Arbeit von Luceplan belegen. 1984 stößt Alberto Meda, ein auf Kunststoffe spezialisierter Ingenieur und leidenschaftlicher Experimentierer zu der Gruppe der Unternehmensgründer, wodurch die innovative Ausrichtung der Marke weiter verstärkt wird. Meda leitet mit Paolo Rizzatto eine langjährige, erfolgreiche Projektarbeit ein und kreiert einige der bedeutendsten Produkte des Unternehmens. In den Folgejahren kommen weitere fähige Designer aus Italien und anderen Ländern dazu und tragen zur Schaffung eines breiten, flexiblen Angebots an Beleuchtungskörpern unverwechselbar modernen, wegweisenden Charakters bei. Ihr Ansatz basiert stets auf der Überlegung, dass künstliches Licht eine Quelle des Wohlgefühls für den Menschen sein und auch so interpretiert werden muss, in der Bewertung des Einsatzes der für das einzelne Projekt jeweils geeignetsten Technologien, Materialien und Leuchtmittel. Anders gesagt, die formalen Voraussetzungen einer Leuchte von Luceplan sind nie Vorbedingung, sondern vielmehr die logische Konsequenz einer Idee, die mit dem Ziel, auch komplexe Fragestellungen auf

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einfache Art zu lösen, entsteht und Form annimmt. In Übereinstimmung mit dieser Philosophie haben die Themen Nachhaltigkeit und Energiesparen große Bedeutung. Das Unternehmen stellt schon von Anfang an ernsthafte Überlegungen hierzu an, experimentiert Lösungsanwendungen für eine umfassende, durchgehende Rationalisierung der Produktion, von der Idee über die Montage bis hin zur Verpackung, die gleichzeitig einen korrekten Lebenszyklus der Produkte und ihre einfache Entsorgung garantieren. Kreationen, häufig für einen flexiblen, transversalen Einsatz gedacht, kombinierbar, individuell anpassbar an jedes Erfordernis und jeden Einsatzzweck. Eine herausragende Rolle nehmen hier die Leuchten der Kollektion „Elementi“ ein, Ausdruck der Qualität der Marke auch was Architekturlicht betrifft. Luceplan wusste im Laufe der Jahre seinen Status als führender Entwickler italienischen Designs auszubauen, zählt heute 110 Mitarbeiter, hat vier Niederlassungen im Ausland (Berlin, Kopenhagen, New York und Paris), drei Flagship Stores (Mailand, New York und Paris) und vertreibt seine Produkte weltweit über circa 2000 Verkaufspunkte, mit einem Exportanteil von beinahe 80%. Seit 2010 gehört Luceplan zum Business Consumer Luminaires von Philips Lighting. INTRODUCTION En 1978, à Milan, trois jeunes architectes décident de créer une entreprise pour la production d’appareils d’éclairage qu’ils appellent Luceplan. Un nom qui témoigne, simplement et immédiatement, d’une approche de travail bien précise : une réflexion et une recherche approfondie sur les projets mis en oeuvre qui doivent être à la base de la conception de solutions d’illumination conférant à la lumière une qualité spécifique au service de l’homme et de son habitat, étudiée et calibrée avec toute l’attention possible, sous le profil technique, fonctionnel et esthétique. C’est ainsi que Riccardo Sarfatti, sur la base de l’expérience qu’il a acquise en travaillant avec son père, Gino Sarfatti, fondateur d’Arteluce et pionnier de l’éclairage design italien, entame avec sa femme, Sandra Severi, et son camarade d’études, Paolo Rizzatto, une production de haut niveau destinée à s’affirmer comme expression d’excellence et d’innovation dans le monde du design. Un rôle de tout premier plan qui se confirme déjà trois ans plus tard, en 1981, lorsque la lampe “D7”, conçue par Paolo Rizzatto et Sandro Colbertaldo, est récompensée avec le prix Compasso d’Oro ADI. Le premier d’une longue série de reconnaissances qui attestent, en Italie et à l’étranger, la qualité du travail de Luceplan. En 1984, Alberto Meda, ingénieur spécialisé dans les matières plastiques et expérimentateur passionné, rejoint le groupe des membres fondateurs de la société, contribuant ainsi à apporter un ultérieur coup d’accélérateur à la vocation innovatrice de la marque. Avec Paolo Rizzatto, il inaugure une longue et riche collaboration conceptuelle, en signant certains des produits les plus emblématiques de la société. D’autres concepteurs de tout premier plan, tant italiens qu’étrangers, ont ensuite rejoint l’équipe Luceplan, en apportant leur contribution à la création d’une vaste gamme éclectique d’appareils d’éclairage qui se configurent dans une matrice évolutive sans équivoque. Leur conception part toujours de la prémisse que la lumière artificielle doit être une source de bien-être pour l’homme, et doit être interprétée comme telle, en évaluant l’emploi des technologies, des matériaux et des sources les mieux appropriées au cas par cas à chacun des projets. En d’autres mots, les prérogatives formelles d’une lampe Luceplan ne constituent jamais une condition, mais elles représentent la conséquence logique d’une idée qui se développe et prend forme en vertu de la capacité de résoudre simplement des problématiques parfois complexes. En cohérence avec ce point de vue, une grande importance est accordée aux thèmes de la durabilité et des économies d’énergie. Dès sa naissance, l’entreprise a entamé une série de réflexions à cet égard, en expérimentant et en appliquant des solutions en mesure de rationaliser la production à tous les niveaux, de la conception à l’assemblage et à l’emballage, de façon à garantir un cycle de vie correct à ses appareils et à en favoriser le recyclage. Des créations conçues souvent pour une utilisation souple et transversale,

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modulables et customisables en fonction des besoins et de leur destination. Parmi celles-ci se distinguent les propositions de la collection ‘Elementi’, qui sont l’expression de la qualité de la marque sur le versant architectural. Luceplan a su valoriser au fil du temps son propre statut de fabrique d’excellence du design italien : elle compte aujourd’hui 110 salariés, dispose de quatre sièges à l’étranger (Berlin, Copenhague, New York et Paris), de trois magasins monomarque (Milan, New York et Paris) et distribue ses produits à travers le monde grâce à un réseau d’environ 2000 points de vente, avec une part à l’exportation de près de 80%. Luceplan fait partie du Business Consumer Luminaires de Philips Lighting depuis 2010. INTRODUCCIÓN En 1978, en Milán, tres jóvenes arquitectos decidieron crear una empresa productora de aparatos de iluminación, dándole el nombre de Luceplan. Un nombre que atestigua, de un modo simple e inmediato, una determinada filosofía: el estudio y la investigación en los proyectos como premisas necesarias para otorgar a la luz una calidad que esté al servicio del hombre y de su hábitat, estudiada cuidadosamente y calibrada desde el punto de vista técnico, funcional y estético. Fue así que Riccardo Sarfatti, aplicando la experiencia adquirida del padre, Gino Sarfatti, fundador de Arteluce y pionero de la moderna iluminación, puso en marcha con su mujer, Sandra Severi, y el compañero de estudios, Paolo Rizzatto, una producción de alto nivel, destinada a imponerse como expresión de excelencia e innovación en el ámbito del diseño. Un rol fundamental confirmado ya tres años más tarde, en 1981, cuando la lámpara “D7”, proyectada por Paolo Rizzatto y Sandro Colbertaldo, obtuvo el premio “Compasso d’Oro ADI”. Uno de los numerosos reconocimientos como prueba del gran trabajo desarrollado por Luceplan, tanto en Italia como en el extranjero. En 1984, Alberto Meda, ingeniero especializado en materias plásticas y gran experimentador, se unió al grupo de socios fundadores, contribuyendo a dar un impulso adicional a la vocación innovadora de la marca. Junto a Paolo Rizzatto, inauguró una larga y fructífera asociación creativa, estampando su firma en algunos de los productos más emblemáticos de la empresa. Otros importantes proyectistas, italianos y extranjeros, se han ido uniendo a la marca, contribuyendo a la creación de una amplia y versátil gama de aparatos de iluminación caracterizados por una incomparable matriz evolutiva. Su concepción siempre se basa en la premisa de que la luz artificial tiene que ser fuente de bienestar para el hombre, y como tal, debe interpretarse, evaluando el uso de aquellas tecnologías, materiales y fuentes que sean más apropiados para cada uno de los proyectos. En otras palabras, las prerrogativas formales de una lámpara de Luceplan no constituyen nunca una premisa. Por el contrario, representan la consecuencia lógica de una idea que va desarrollándose y adquiriendo forma en virtud de la capacidad de resolver de un modo simple los problemas, incluso los más complejos. Coherentemente con este enfoque, se da una gran importancia a temas como la sostenibilidad y el ahorro de energía. Desde su creación, la empresa ha ido haciendo una seria reflexión al respecto, experimentando y aplicando soluciones aptas para racionalizar la producción en todos sus aspectos, desde el diseño hasta el montaje y embalaje, garantizando el correcto ciclo de vida de sus aparatos y favoreciendo una fácil eliminación de los mismos. Creaciones que muy a menudo han sido concebidas para un uso flexible y transversal, modulares y realizadas a medida según las necesidades de los clientes y el uso al que vayan a destinarse. Entre éstas, sobresalen las propuestas de la colección “Elementi”, expresiones de la calidad de la marca en el ámbito de la arquitectura. Luceplan ha sabido valorar a lo largo del tiempo su status de fábrica del diseño italiano, contando hoy en día con 110 empleados, y disponiendo de cuatro oficinas en el extranjero (Berlín, Copenhagen, Nueva York y París), de tres flagship store (Milán, Nueva York y París) y distribuyendo sus productos en los aproximadamente 2000 puntos de venta esparcidos por todo el mundo, con una cuota de exportación en torno al 80%.

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bap LED design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2011

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Dimensions arm 50 cm head 30 x 2 x 2 cm table base 25,5x14,5 cm surface mount Ă˜ 8 cm

Structure finishes

Materials aluminium body aluminium die-cast head

Lamps LED 10W warm white 2700K dimmable

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Diffuser finishes blue

black

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berenice design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1985

Dimensions arm 45 + 45 cm, base Ă˜ 15 cm arm 30 + 30 cm, base Ă˜ 13,5 cm Materials aluminium body metal or pressed glass reflector die-cast aluminium metal parts rynite head anti-UV protection glass

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Structure finishes alu black gun metal Lamps 35W/12V halogen

Diffuser finishes blue ivory green red metal black Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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berenice led design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2007

Dimensions arm 45 + 45 cm base Ă˜ 15 cm Materials aluminium body die-cast aluminium metal parts, die-cast magnesium head

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Structure finishes alu black

Lamps LED chip on board 8W warm white

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birzì design Giancarlo Fassina / Carlo Forcolini, 2004 Dimensions h 26 cm Ø 15,5 cm base Ø 11,5 cm

Structure finishes

Materials silicone

Lamps

green orange white

max 60W E14

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

28/42W halogen energy saver 12W fluorescent

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costanza design Paolo Rizzatto, 1986

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Dimensions h 80 or 76/100 cm base 18x18 cm, shade Ă˜ 40 cm

Structure finishes alu gun metal black

Materials aluminium body, interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade

Lamps max 150W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 18W fluorescent 23W fluorescent (only on/off version)

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costanzina design Paolo Rizzatto, 1992

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Dimensions h 51 cm base 14x14 cm, shade Ă˜ 26 cm

Structure finishes alu gun metal black

Materials aluminium body, interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade

Lamps max 60W E14 42W halogen energy saver 12W fluorescent

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CURL design Sebastian Bergne, 2012

Dimensions h 25,6 cm, base 21 cm widht 22,9 cm Materials body in die-cast aluminium, reflector in opaque technopolymer injection molded

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Structure finishes mirror Lamps LED 8W tunable white 2400K - 3500K CRI > 90 dimming switch from 10 to 100%

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fortebraccio design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1998

Dimensions arms 44 + 35,5 cm head Ø 11 or Ø16 cm base Ø 23,6 cm

Materials injection-moulded grip, moulded polycarbonate sheared and formed steel arms, die-cast metal joints

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Structure finishes alu black soft-touch glossy white Lamps max 60W E14 max 100W E27 28/42W spot energy saver 42W halogen energy saver 70W halogen energy saver 13W fluorescent

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fortebraccio LED design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1998

Dimensions arms 44 + 35,5 cm base Ø 23,6 cm Materials injection-moulded grip, moulded polycarbonate sheared and formed steel arms, die-cast metal joints

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Structure finishes alu glossy white black soft-touch Lamps LED 8W warm white - 3000K with adjustable lens 45° - 80°

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miranda design Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

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Dimensions h 77,6 cm base 25x25 cm

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes opal

Materials aluminium body blown glass diffuser

Lamps max 250W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver

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mirandolina design Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

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Dimensions h 51,3 cm base 15x15 cm

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes opal

Materials aluminium body blown glass diffuser

Lamps max 60W E14 42W halogen energy saver

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mix design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

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Dimensions l 70 cm , h 39 cm, base 11x18 cm

Structure finishes alu

Materials flexible aluminium stem, anodised aluminium and injection-moulded methacrylate head, bent and enamelled sheet metal base

Lamps LED 5W Chip on board warm white 3100K with adjustable lens 70° - 120°

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Compasso d’Oro ADI

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on oFF design Alberto Meda / Franco Raggi / Denis Santachiara, 1988

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Dimensions h 15 cm base Ă˜ 16 cm

Structure finishes white

Materials unbreakable thermoplastic polyurethane

Lamps max 40W E14 28W halogen energy saver

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OTTO WATT design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2011

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Dimensions arm 50 cm head 30 x 2 x 2 cm table base 25,5x14,5 cm surface mount Ø 8 cm

Structure finishes white soft-touch black mirror

Materials aluminium body aluminium die-cast head

Lamps LED 8W tunable white 2400K - 3500K CRI > 90 dimming switch from 10 to 100% beam angle 110°

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Warm lighting for relaxation

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Cold lighting for precision work

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starled light design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2001

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Dimensions h 31 cm, base 8x8 cm

Structure finishes transparent

Materials methacrylate

Lamps LED 1W white

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Diffuser finishes green

light blue

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berenice design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1985

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Dimensions arm 80 + 30 cm base Ă˜ 15 cm

Structure finishes alu black

Materials aluminium body metal or pressed glass reflector die-cast aluminium metal parts rynite head anti-UV protection glass

Diffuser finishes blue ivory green red metal black

Lamps 35W/12V halogen

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carrara design Alfredo Häberli, 2001 Dimensions h 185 cm base Ă˜ 20,5 cm Materials painted expanded polyurethane

Structure finishes white glossy black Lamps max 300W R7s 240W halogen energy saver Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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chichibio design A.G. Cavalchini / D. Perrucci, 2001

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Dimensions h 220/330 cm diffuser Ă˜ 29 cm

Structure finishes painted alu

Diffuser finishes white opal

Materials polycarbonate diffuser, aluminium stem

Lamps max 250W E27 205W halogen energy saver

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costanza design Paolo Rizzatto, 1986

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Dimensions h 153 or 120/160 cm base 18x18 cm, shade Ă˜ 40 cm

Structure finishes alu gun metal black

Materials aluminium body, interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade

Lamps max 150W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 18W fluorescent 20/23W fluorescent (only on/off version)

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design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1998

Dimensions arms 35,5 cm, head Ø16 cm h 92 cm, base Ø 23,6 cm Materials injection-moulded grip, moulded polycarbonate sheared and formed steel arms, die-cast metal joints

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design Paolo Rizzatto, 2006

Structure finishes alu black soft-touch glossy white

Dimensions h 175/235 cm base 36x36 cm shade Ø 70 cm

Lamps max 100W E27 42W spot energ ysaver 70W halogen energ ysaver

Materials aluminium body, polycarbonate silkscreened shade

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes white

Lamps max 3x100W E27 3x70W halogen energy saver 3x20W fluorescent (on-off only)

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hope design Francisco Gomez Paz Paolo Rizzatto, 2010

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Dimensions h 184 cm / Ă˜ 51 cm base 47,5 x 47,5 cm H 200 cm / Ă˜ 72 cm

Structure finishes polished

Fresnel lens finishes transparent

Materials injection-moulded polycarbonate stainless steel structure

Lamps max 250W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN


lady costanza design Paolo Rizzatto, 2008

Dimensions h 207 - 240 cm d 203 cm, base 36x36 cm shade Ă˜ 50 cm Materials Aluminium stem polycarbonate diffuser

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Structure finishes alu

black

Lamps max 150W E27 250W halogen 105/140W halogen energy saver 23W fluorescent (only on/off version)

Diffuser finishes red black white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com


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lola design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1987

Dimensions h 160/200 cm , base Ă˜ 48 cm Materials aluminium telescopic stem, rynite head, microperforated metal reflector with anti-UV Pyrex protection glass

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Structure finishes alu black Lamps max 250W R7s 240W halogen energy saver

Compasso d’Oro ADI

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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miranda

starglass

design Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

design Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

Dimensions h 140/182 cm base 25x25 cm Materials aluminium body blown glass diffuser

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Structure finishes alu Lamps max 250W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 205W halogen energy saver

Diffuser finishes opal

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Dimensions h 200/274 cm base 45x45 cm diffuser Ă˜ 52 cm Materials moulded glass, aluminium stem

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes transparent

Lamps max 250W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 205W halogen energy saver

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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titania design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1995

Dimensions h 157 cm d 103 cm elliptical head 70x27x8 cm

Materials steel bearing structure, aluminium lamellar shell

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Structure finishes alu

Lamps max 250W E27 205W halogen energy saver 23W fluorescent

Filters finishes violet yellow green blue red Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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wall/ceiling

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LUCEPLAN

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ANY design Habits Studio / Format Design Studio, 2011

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Dimensions l 23(1) / 38(2) / 63(3) 120(4) / 150(5) cm h 12 cm overhang 9 cm

Structure finishes white rust

Diffuser finishes transparent satined

Materials aluminium body polycarbonate diffuser

Lamps (1) LED 24W 2700K (2) fluo 24W PL-L (3) fluo 80W PL-L (4) fluo 2x54W TL5 (5) fluo 2x80W TL5

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

LUCEPLAN

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bap LED

berenice

design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2011

Dimensions arm 50 cm head 30 x 2 x 2 cm wall bracket 4,5x4,5 cm Materials aluminium body, glass-reinforced nylon head

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Structure finishes white black Lamps LED 10W warm white 2700K dimmable

design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1985

Diffuser finishes blue

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Dimensions arm 45 + 45 cm arm 30 + 30 cm

Structure finishes alu black

Materials aluminium body metal or pressed glass reflector die-cast aluminium metal parts rynite head anti-UV protection glass

Lamps 35W/12V halogen

Diffuser finishes blue ivory green red metal black Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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blow design Ferdi Giardini, 1997

Dimensions diffuser h 40 cm, Ă˜ 24 cm blades Ă˜ 140 cm Materials polycarbonate diffuser, methacrylate and screenprinted blades

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes white opal Lamps max 150W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 26W fluorescent

Blades finishes transparent green blue orange Blades screenprinted finishes transparent green blue orange

LUCEPLAN

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costanza

costanzina

design Paolo Rizzatto, 1986

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design Paolo Rizzatto, 1992

Dimensions h 80 or 76/100 cm shade Ă˜ 40 cm

Structure finishes alu

Materials aluminium body interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade

Lamps max 150W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 20/23W fluorescent (only on/off version)

LUCEPLAN

Diffuser finishes blue ivory pistachio orange red black white Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Dimensions h 54 cm shade Ă˜ 26 cm

Structure finishes alu

Materials aluminium body, interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade

Lamps max 60W E14 42W halogen energy saver 12W fluorescent

Diffuser finishes blue ivory pistachio orange red black white Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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COUNTERBALANCE design Daniel Rybakken, 2012

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Dimensions l 191,6 cm d 198,6 cm head Ă˜ 8,5 cm

Structure finishes black

Materials head in aluminium stem and counterweight in steel

Lamps LED 14,5W 2700K CRI > 90

LUCEPLAN

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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LUCEPLAN

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D7

Écran

design Paolo Rizzatto / Sandro Colbertaldo, 1980

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Dimensions l 178 cm head 12,2 cm

Structure finishes alu glossy black glossy white

Materials aluminium arm die-cast aluminium head

Lamps max 250W halogen B15d 205/230W halogen energy saver

LUCEPLAN

design Inga Sempé, 2010

Compasso d’Oro ADI

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Dimensions 29x28x15 cm

Materials aluminium painted body, white glass diffuser

Structure finishes polished white

Lamps 160W halogen energy saver

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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fortebraccio design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1998

Dimensions arms 35,5 cm arms 44 + 35,5 cm d 36 cm, head Ă˜ 11 or Ă˜ 16 cm Materials injection-moulded grip, moulded polycarbonate sheared and formed steel arms, die-cast metal joints

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Structure finishes alu black soft-touch glossy white Lamps max 60W E14 max 100W E27 28/42W spot energy saver 42W halogen energy saver 70W halogen energy saver 13W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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goggle design Ross Lovegrove, 2003

Dimensions h 32 cm l 18 cm Materials injection-moulded polycarbonate

90

LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes opaline

Elliptical film iridescent

Lamps max 60W E14 42W halogen energy saver 12/18/26W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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hope design Francisco Gomez Paz / Paolo Rizzatto, 2009

Dimensions wall h 43 - l 49 cm projection 28,5 - 45,6 cm ceiling Ă˜ 69 cm - h 41,5 cm Materials injection-moulded polycarbonate

92

LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes polished

Fresnel lens finishes transparent

Lamps max 60W E14 42W halogen energy saver 105W halogen energy saver 120W halogen 12/23W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com


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javelot macro design Odile Decq, 2010

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Dimensions l 150 cm

Structure finishes black alu

Materials aluminium body painted black, cone satined methacrylate diffuser

Lamps LED 2 x 4W warm white

LUCEPLAN

Diffuser finishes satined

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com


lane design Alfredo H채berli, 2007

Dimensions lenght 22 / 95 / 125 / 155 cm overhang 9 cm

Materials extruded and die-cast aluminium

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes painted alu painted white polished Lamps max 150W R7s 120W halogen energy saver 39/54/80W T5 linear fluorescent 80W T5 linear fluorescent with 2 spot LED 1W

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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lightdisc design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2002

Dimensions Ă˜ 32, h 5,5 cm Ă˜ 40 cm, h 6,7 cm Materials unbreakable, watertight polycarbonate

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes transparent Lamps 22 / 32 / 55W circular fluorescent

metallized

Front finishes opaline transparent Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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malĂ­

lola

design Sandra Severi Sarfatti, 2008

design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1987

Dimensions h 25 cm, l 18 cm Materials rynite head, microperforated metal reflector, anti-UV Pyrex protection glass

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes alu black Lamps max 250W R7s 240W halogen energy saver

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Dimensions 21,5 x 10 cm

Structure finishes alu

Materials glossy blown crystal diffuser aluminium reflector

Lamps 60W halogen

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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metropoli design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto / Riccardo Sarfatti, 1992

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Dimensions Ă˜ from 17 to 56 cm h from 8 to 16 cm

Structure finishes white painted alu polished alu

Materials die-cast aluminium body, moulded glass or polycarbonate diffuser

Lamps halogen or fluorescent according to the optics requested

LUCEPLAN

Compasso d’Oro ADI

Diffuser finishes opal prismatic glass Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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OTTO WATT

orchestra

design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2011

design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1995

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Dimensions 15x15 cm, 15x30 cm 30x15 cm, 30x30 cm

Reflector finishes alu

Materials aluminium-coated metal built-in box, smoothed and oxidized aluminium sheet reflector, semi-expanded self-extinguishing NORYL frames

Lamps halogen, fluorescent or metal halide according to the optics requested

LUCEPLAN

Frame finishes alu

Dimensions head 12,8 x 2 cm depht 6,2 cm reflector base 18,4 x 22,4 cm Materials aluminium

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Structure finishes white mirror Lamps LED 8W tunable white 2400K - 3500K CRI > 90 dimming switch from 10 to 100% beam angle 110째

Reflector finishes white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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piatto

screen

design Sandro Colbertaldo / Paolo Rizzatto, 1983

Dimensions h 6 cm l 43 cm d 28 cm Materials die-cast aluminium reflector

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design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1989

Structure finishes painted alu white

Dimensions l 36 cm, h 26 cm l 29 cm, h 21 cm

Lamps max 300W R7s 240W halogen energy saver

Materials polycarbonate support injectionmoulded methacrylate screen

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Structure finishes white Lamps max 100/150W E27 70W halogen energy saver 105/140W halogen energy saver 15/20W fluorescent

Screen finishes white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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strip design Dante Donegani, 1996

Dimensions 74x10,5x7 cm 74x18,6x8,5 cm 74x38,6x8,5 cm 74x66,1x8,5 cm Materials bent, powder-painted metal plate body, opaline polycarbonate sheet diffuser

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes white painted alu polished alu

Diffuser finishes white opaline

Lamps 13W, 14W, 18W, 24W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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trama design L. Balestrini / P. Longhi, 1986

Dimensions h 17 cm, Ø 64 cm h 16 cm, Ø 50 cm Materials aluminium body, weft-silkscreened polycarbonate diffuser pyrex glass for safety

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes white

Lamps 20W, 23W, 55W fluorescent 60W/100W E27 max 300W R7s 240W halogen energy saver

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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suspension

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LUCEPLAN

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agave design Diego Rossi / Raffaele Tedesco, 2003

Dimensions h from 100 to 300 cm Ă˜ 17 / 26 / 70 cm Materials polycarbonate ceiling rose, polycarbonate body injection-moulded transparent methacrylate ribs

116

LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes transparent

Filters finishes blue yellow red amber

Lamps 21, 32, 42W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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aircon design W. Van Der Sluis / H. Timmermans, 2003

118

Dimensions h 50/200 cm Ă˜ 100 cm

Upper structure finishes semi-opaline

Lower structure finishes neutral orange

Materials injection/moulded polycarbonate

Lamps 3x24W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

LUCEPLAN

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archetype design Goodmorning Technology, 2010

120

Dimensions Ă˜ 31cm h 23 cm

Structure finishes white black pastel blue red

Materials aluminium body diffuser in injection/moulded polycarbonate

Lamps LED 12W warm white

LUCEPLAN

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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LUCEPLAN

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costanza design Paolo Rizzatto, 1986

Dimensions h 100/150 cm or 150 cm shade Ă˜ 40 cm Materials aluminium body, interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade steel counterweight (only for up and down version)

124

LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes alu

Lamps max 150W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 20/23W fluorescent

Diffuser finishes blue ivory pistachio orange red black white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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costanzina

c-spot

design Paolo Rizzatto, 1992

Dimensions h 100/250 cm shade Ø 26 cm

Materials interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade

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design A.G. Cavalchini / D. Perrucci, 2003

Structure finishes white

Lamps max 60W E14 42W halogen energy saver 12W fluorescent

Dimensions h 250 cm / rose Ø12 cm head Ø 11,2 cm

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes white

Materials polycarbonate with stainless steel support

Lamps 60W incandescent 60W halogen

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Diffuser finishes blue ivory pistachio orange red black white Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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glassglass design Paolo Rizzatto, 1998

Diffusers’ dimensions h from 27 to 56 cm Ă˜ from 15 to 52 cm

Materials glass diffuser die-cast aluminium structure

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes alu Lamps max 250W E27 105/140W halogen enegy saver 205W halogen enegy saver 23W fluorescent

Diffuser finishes opal transparent sand blasted/transparent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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grande costanza design Paolo Rizzatto, 2006 Dimensions h min 100 - max 475 cm shade Ă˜ 70 cm Materials polycarbonate shade

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LUCEPLAN

Lamps max 3x100W E27 3x70W halogen energy saver 3x20/26W fluorescent 70W metal holide

Diffuser finishes white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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happyhappy design J. Ejhed / A. Stratimirovic, 2003

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Dimensions l 142 cm h 50 to 200 cm

Structure finishes semi-transparent satin-finished body

Filter finishes blue red

Materials polyethylene, aluminium grid, polycarbonate filter

Lamps 2x36W or 2x54W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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HONEYCOMB design Habits Studio, 2010

Dimensions 23,7 x 24,7 x 30,5 cm h module 8 cm

Structure finishes glossy white

Materials polycarbonate

Lamps 3 x 8W Led - 2700 K (900 lm) beam angle 110째

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

3 x 30W halogen 12V for direct/indirect light

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hope design Francisco Gomez Paz / Paolo Rizzatto 2009

Dimensions h 49, 54, 66 cm ø 61, 72, 110 cm Materials injection-moulded polycarbonate

140

LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes polished

Fresnel lens finishes transparent

Lamps max 250W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 23/42W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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LADY COSTANZA

lightdisc

design Paolo Rizzatto, 2011

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design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

Dimensions h 207 / 240 cm shade Ă˜ 50 cm

Structure finishes alu

Materials aluminium body, interchangeable polycarbonate silkscreened shade steel counterweight

Lamps max 150W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver 20/23W fluorescent

LUCEPLAN

Diffuser finishes red black white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Dimensions h 30/180 cm Ă˜ 40 cm, h 6,7 cm

Structure finishes transparent metallized

Front finishes opaline transparent

Materials unbreakable, watertight polycarbonate

Lamps 55W T5 circular fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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miranda

mirandolina

design Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

design Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

Dimensions h 50/250 cm ø 35 cm

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes opal

Materials aluminium body, blown glass diffuser

Lamps max 250W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

Dimensions h 50/200 cm ø 21 cm

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes opal

Materials aluminium body, blown glass diffuser

Lamps max 60W E14 42W halogen energy saver

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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PÉTALE design Odile Decq (ODBC), 2010

Dimensions round Ø 120 cm, h 6 cm petal - shaped 137 x 84,5 cm, h 6 cm Materials sound-absorbing panel

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes white elastic tissue Lamps 22W TL5 C on/off 22W + 40W fluo TL5 C on/off 22W + 40W fluo TL5 C dimmable optional 18W led warm white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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ACOUSTIC COMFORT

The tecnology of PĂŠtale is based on free-hanging sound absorbing units. The sound waves propagate through the fabric and penetrate inside the sound absorbing material where the vibration energy is reduced. With PĂŠtale the sound waves are not just absorbed by the bottom surface but, by the effect of sound reflections on the walls and the ceiling, the sound is also absorbed by the top of the unit.

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plissĂŠ design Inga SempĂŠ, 2007

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Dimensions height of lampshade 30 cm variable width from 60 to 160 cm

Structure finishes polished

Materials stainless steel structure, lampshade in technical aluminium material and polyester

Lamps max 7x60W E14 7 x 42W halogen energy saver 7 x 12W fluorescentent

LUCEPLAN

Shade finishes white black

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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pod lens

queen titania

design Ross Lovegrove, 1998

design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

Dimensions h 28,5 cm Ă˜ 10,5 cm

Materials injection-moulded polycarbonate

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes grey sage green terracotta Lamps max 23W fluorescent

Dimensions l 140 cm h 16 cm

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Materials steel bearing structure, aluminium lamellar shell

Structure finishes alu Lamps max 2x250W E27 2x205W halogen energy saver 2x105/140W halogen energy saver 70W metal halide

Filters finishes violet yellow green blue red Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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starglass

strip

design Paolo Rizzatto, 2005

Dimensions h 25,5 cm, Ă˜ 55 cm, h max 200 cm Materials moulded glass

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design Dante Donegani, 1996

Lamps max 250W E27 205W halogen energy saver 105/140W halogen energy saver 23W fluorescent

Diffuser finishes transparent

Dimensions 74x38,6x8,5 cm, 74x66,1x8,5 cm h 70/200 cm

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Materials bent, powder-painted metal plate body, opaline polycarbonate sheet diffuser

Structure finishes white painted alu polished alu

Diffuser finishes white opaline

Lamps 18W, 24W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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supergiĂš design Diego Rossi / Raffaele Tedesco, 2005

Dimensions h 30 cm Ă˜ 35 cm

Materials anodised or painted aluminium reflector

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LUCEPLAN

Lamps max 150W E27 105/140W halogen energy saver

Diffuser finishes alu black white burghundy Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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titania design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 1989

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Dimensions h 100/300 cm diffuser 70x27x8 cm

Structure finishes alu

Materials steel bearing structure, aluminium lamellar shell

Lamps max 250W E27 205W halogen energy saver

LUCEPLAN

Filters finishes violet yellow green blue red Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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trama design L. Balestrini / P. Longhi, 1986

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Dimensions h 80/170 cm Ă˜ 50 or 64 cm

Structure finishes alu

Diffuser finishes white

Materials aluminium body, weft-silkscreened polycarbonate diffuser pyrex glass for safety

Lamps max 300W R7s 240W halogen energy saver 55W T5 rircular fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

LUCEPLAN

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outdoor

170

LUCEPLAN

LUCEPLAN

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ÉCRAN IN&OUT design Inga Sempé, 2011

Dimensions Ø 18,5 cm d 14,5 cm

Structure and base finishes opaline sand light green

Diffuser finishes opaline

Materials polycarbonate

Lamps LED 8W 2700 K 300 lm

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

IP65 waterproof

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grande costanza open air design Paolo Rizzatto, 2008

Dimensions h 221 cm base 36x36 cm shade Ă˜ 70 cm

Materials stainless steel painted stem and base polycarbonate diffuser

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LUCEPLAN

Structure and base finishes white rust alu

Lamps max 250W E27 205W halogen energy saver 23W fluorescent

Diffuser finishes off-white light green

rust

Stake finishes alu Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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javelot macro design Odile Decq, 2010

Dimensions h 250 cm Ă˜ 150 cm Materials aluminium body painted black cone satined methacrylate diffuser

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes black

Lamps 3 x 2 LED 8W warm white

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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lightdisc design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto, 2002

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Dimensions Ă˜ 32, h 5,5 cm Ă˜ 40 cm, h 6,7 cm

Structure finishes transparent metallized

Front finishes opaline transparent

Materials unbreakable, watertight polycarbonate

Lamps 22 / 32 / 55W circular fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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metropoli

podlens

design Alberto Meda / Paolo Rizzatto / Riccardo Sarfatti, 1992

design Ross Lovegrove, 1998

Dimensions Ø from 17 to 56 cm h from 8 to 16 cm

Structure finishes white painted alu

Compasso d’Oro ADI

Dimensions h 28,5 cm Ø 10,5 cm

Diffuser finishes opal Materials die-cast aluminium body polycarbonate diffuser

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LUCEPLAN

Lamps halogen, incandescent or fluorescent according to the optics requested

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

Materials injection-moulded polycarbonate

Structure finishes grey sage green terracotta

Lamps 23W fluorescent

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

LUCEPLAN

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sky design Alfredo H채berli, 2007

Dimensions height 16 cm, width 20 cm total height 28 and 70 cm (with vertical supports)

Materials body and cover in die cast aluminium, polycarbonate diffuser

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes alu white chestnut Lamps 20W metal halide, 26W fluorescent, 4 x1,2W white light LED 8 x1,2W white light LED and photovoltaic cells

Diffuser finishes opal

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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SOLAR BUD design Ross Lovegrove, 1998 Dimensions h 37 cm Ă˜ 15 cm Materials aluminium stem transparent methacrylate head UV-resistant

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LUCEPLAN

Structure finishes alu

Lamps 3 white LED

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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e01 design Habits Studio, 2006

Dimensions square 9,3 x 9,3 cm or 18,6 x 18,6 cm round Ø 9,3 cm or 15,7 cm zero Ø 7 cm or 13,4 cm Material die-cast aluminium

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Structure finishes white metal grey polished

Lamps halogen, fluorescent or LED according to the optics request

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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e02 design Habits Studio, 2006

Dimensions Ă˜ 6,8 cm or 13 cm Material die-cast aluminium

Structure finishes white metal grey polished Lamps halogen, fluorescent or LED according to the optics request

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Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com


e03 design Habits Studio, 2006

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Dimensions 9,3 x 9,3 cm 65 x 9,3 cm 125,1 x 9,3 cm 153,5 x 9,3 cm

Structure finishes white metal grey polished

Material aluminium extrusion body die-cast aluminium closure heads

Lamps 20/35W halogen 14/24/28/35/49/54/80W linear fluorescent

ELEMENTI DI LUCEPLAN

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com

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l 9,3 cm

l 65,1 cm

l 125,1 cm

l 153,5 cm

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e04 ceiling design Habits Studio, 2006

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Dimensions Ø 7 x 27,9 cm Ø 13,4 x 19,6 cm Ø 13,4 x 27,9 cm Ø 13,4 x 37,2 cm

Structure finishes white anthracite metal grey polished

Material aluminium extrusion cylindrical body

Lamps halogen, fluorescent, metal halide or LED according to the optics request

ELEMENTI DI LUCEPLAN

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e04 wall design Habits Studio, 2007

Dimensions Ø 7 x 3,5 cm - Ø 7 x 27,9 cm Ø 7 x 46,5 cm - Ø 7 x 130 cm Ø 13,4 x 3,5 cm - Ø 13,4 x 19,6 cm Ø 13,4 x 37,2 cm - Ø 13,4 x 46,5 cm

Structure finishes white anthracite metal grey polished

Material aluminium extrusion cylindrical body

Lamps halogen, fluorescent, metal halide or LED according to the optics request

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com


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e04 suspension design Habits Studio, 2007

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Dimensions Ø 7 x 27,9 cm Ø 7 x 46,5 cm Ø 13,4 x 37,2 cm Ø 13,4 x 46,5 cm

Structure finishes white anthracite metal grey polished

Material aluminium extrusion cylindrical body

Lamps halogen, metal halide or LED according to the optics request

ELEMENTI DI LUCEPLAN

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com


e05 zeno design Diego Rossi / Raffaele Tedesco, 2006

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Dimensions Ă˜ 115 cm h 29,5 cm

Structure finishes white alu

Material polyurethane foam pressed body

Lamps 3x100W + 1x75W halogen 2x70W metal halide + 6x36W fluo 3x100W halogen + 6x36W fluo

ELEMENTI DI LUCEPLAN

Technical and photometric data www.luceplan.com


e06 design Habits Studio, 2007

Dimensions Ø 4,5 x 31,5 cm Ø 7 x 37,2 cm

Material extruded aluminium body

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Structure finishes white anthracite polished Lamps 35/50W halogen 20W metal halide LED

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e07 design Habits Studio, 2007

Dimensions spot modules 25 x 25 cm or 25 x 37,5 cm 25 x 28 cm or 25 x 46,7 cm direct/indirect modules 25 x 57,4 cm 25 x 117,4 cm 25 x 147,4 cm Material steel body and aluminium end plates and connector

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Structure finishes white anthracite polished

Lamps 50/75W halogen LED spot 4W 14/24/28/35/49/54/80W linear fluorescent

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e08 minimini design Habits Studio, 2009

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Dimensions Ă˜ 2,5 x 66,4 cm

Structure finishes white anthracite polished

Material aluminium extrusion cylindrical body

Lamps 35W halogen LED spot 5W

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design Habits Studio, 2010

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design Habits Studio, 2010

Dimensions 120,9 x 11,6 x 9,3 cm 150,8 x 11,6 x 9,3 cm

Structure finishes white opalin

Material aluminium body plastic material diffuser

Lamps 54/80W linear fluorescent

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Dimensions 37,7 x 23,5 x 19,1 cm

Structure finishes white opalin

Material powder-painted steel

Lamps 2x50 halogen 2x70W HQI 2x42W fluorescent

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CREDITS Š 2013 by Luceplan spa, Milano. All rights reserved Project Coordination Patrizia Vicenzi with Rosi Guadagno Art Direction Christoph Radl Graphic Design Antonio Zorzi Alessandro Benini

Photos Pasquale Abbattista (p. 42, 43) Santi Caleca (p. 18, 23, 24, 26, 35,39, 41, 49, 50, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 66, 69, 75, 79, 83, 89, 91, 93, 95, 96, 97, 99, 101, 105, 108, 109, 111, 115, 121, 123, 128, 129, 131, 137, 141, 142, 143, 146, 148, 151, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 162, 167, 173, 177, 179, 180, 185, 207, 211) Amedeo G.Cavalchini (p. 98) ŠEnrico Conti per Anna (p. 181) Egon Gade (p. 11, 30, 31, 199) Ivan Sarfatti (p. 15, 20, 25, 33, 36, 40, 51, 63, 65, 67, 74, 76, 77, 81, 107, 126, 127, 138, 139, 163, 165, 175, 183, 195, 201, 205, 216, 217) Leo Torri (p. 12, 16, 17, 21, 28, 29,44, 45, 48, 52, 56, 62, 64, 68, 70, 86, 88, 90, 102, 104, 110, 114, 115, 119, 124, 132, 133, 134, 135, 147, 149, 154, 164, 168, 169, 178, 184, 188, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 196, 197, 198, 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210, 212, 213, 214, 215) Tom Vack (p.8, 10, 13, 19, 22, 27, 34, 38, 46, 54, 58, 60, 72, 73, 78, 80, 82, 84, 85, 87, 92, 94, 100, 103, 112, 118, 120, 122, 130, 136, 140, 144, 150, 152, 153, 160, 161, 166, 172, 174, 182,) Miro Zagnoli (p. 37, 106) Special Thanks Abitare (RCS Mediagroup SpA)

Luceplan reserves the right to introduce any changes to its own models without prior notice. Luceplan si riserva il diritto di apportare ai propri modelli qualsiasi modifica senza nessun preavviso. Printed in Italy GECA SpA, Milano January 2013

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