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Dimensions: Ø bowl 28 cm, Ø glass ball 8,5 cm

Dimmability: Continuously dimmable

Light source: Bulb not included

Materials: Metal, glass

Primary voltage: 190 - 250 V

Protection class: II

Socket: GU 4

Switch: With slide control

Transformer: Electronic transformer


Matthias Liedtke



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The Aka_Tsuki wall lamp by Ingo Maurer is both a luminaire and an artistic lighting object, characterised by a charming interplay of light, colour and form. It was designed by Matthias Liedtke in 2003. Illuminated from an opal glass sphere, a red-pigmented bowl floats spatially in front of the wall. With its clear language of form, it brings a pleasantly calm decorative element to rooms of all kinds.

"Akatsuki" is the Japanese word for "dawn" and literally means "red moon". In this sense, a red, round and slightly curved bowl is the central element of the design, which is illuminated by a separate light source that reflects its light into the room. The light source is located inside a small opal glass sphere that is attached to a small rod and seems to protrude from the wall. The bowl is separately attached above the ball and both elements seem to float freely in front of the wall.

With a sliding dimmer, the light intensity can be regulated continuously.