KEPLER

Pendant lamps available in three sizes Kepler, Kepler Minor and Kepler Petite.
The structure is a painted aluminum extrusion, whose continuous line is made through a three-dimensional machining process engineered by Nemo and designed on the basis of the geometric principle of the Moebius strip.
Available in “up” versions with upward light source and downward “down” versions in matt white, black and gold painted finishes.

Technical drawing

11038-40Ø224,5

Versions

  • DOWNLIGHT 2700K
    linear LED86W4500lm diffused downlight2700Kdimmable 1-10V110/240V
    85A+adjustable cable length from 2,5m to 0,4m, DALI version on request
    aluminium + PCCode/ColorKEP LWW 54 whiteCode/ColorKEP LNN 54 blackCode/ColorKEP LOW 54 gold painted
  • DOWNLIGHT 3000K
    linear LED86W4500lm diffused downlight3000Kdimmable 1-10V110/240V
    85A+adjustable cable length from 2,5m to 0,4m, DALI version on request
    aluminium + PCCode/ColorKEP LWW 52 whiteCode/ColorKEP LNN 52 blackCode/ColorKEP LOW 52 gold painted
  • UPLIGHT 2700K
    linear LED86W4500lm diffused uplight2700Kdimmable 1-10V110/240V
    85A+adjustable cable length from 2,5m to 0,4m, DALI version on request
    aluminium + PCCode/ColorKEP LWW 53 whiteCode/ColorKEP LNN 53 blackCode/ColorKEP LOW 53 gold painted
  • UPLIGHT 3000K
    linear LED86W4500lm diffused uplight3000Kdimmable 1-10V110/240V
    85A+adjustable cable length from 2,5m to 0,4m, DALI version on request
    aluminium + PCCode/ColorKEP LWW 51 whiteCode/ColorKEP LNN 51 blackCode/ColorKEP LOW 51 gold painted

Family

KEPLER PETITEArihiro MiyakeDiscover
KEPLER MINORArihiro MiyakeDiscover
Projects

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Arihiro Miyake

Arihiro Miyake was born in Japan in 1975. He started his design studies in his motherland at Kobe Design University, then moved to Finland to finish a Master’s degree in furniture and space design at Aalto University. Arihiro Miyake Studio opened in 2014, allowing him to investigate multiple areas including interior, product and lighting design. His collaboration with Nemo started with projects such as In the Wind and Kepler, creating new paradigms in the lighting world.

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