The light distribution is symmetric and directed downwards. The opal glass cylinder provides soft light for both the ceiling and space. It also significantly reduces the angle of glare, so that passers-by are exposed to minimal glare. Two lengths of the glass create different lighting effects.
Alfred Homann grew up in South Zealand, Denmark. In 1976, he graduated as an architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine arts in Copenhagen. During his years as a student, he worked at renowned architect Vilhelm Wohlert’s office, where he also spent his first years as an industry professional. Homann has been the principle of his own design and architectural office in Denmark and spent the years between 1987 and 1995 in the U.S. as a practicing designer.