Our MicroLouvre® ultra-thin metal fabric louvres were integrated into the units and permitted optimum light transfer, ensuring high energy efficiency, which is key to any lighting strategy.
MicroLouvre® concentrated the light source in the intended direction, solving the problem of unwanted light trespass and reducing light spill and glare. This essential to protect passers-by from unwanted and hazardous glare from outdoor lighting units.
Xenia with MicroLouvre® takes all the advantages of the Xenia family, but was able to guarantee even more visual comfort for the customer, applying an anti-glare screen to the product that sections the beam into microcells.
The use of MicroLouvre® K700/0° fabric integrated into the luminaires effectively neutralises all sideways glare, without disturbing the light projected forwards onto the illuminated surface.
Fuerte De Victoria Grande
MicroLouvre® ability to hide the light source whilst maintaining an integrated balance of glare control and high lumen transmission made it the ideal solution for any high-powered light and especially, when combined with Linea Light’s unique product.
The use of MicroLouvre®, integrated into the units assisted with the control of light to be directed to the intended target only, minimizing light pollution and glare.
acdc are part of the Zumtobel Group and global lighting application experts in outdoor architecture, plazas, and landscapes. acdc design groundbreaking luminaires which integrate market leading technologies.
Kings Cross Square
Lighting designers realised their ambition for this historic piece of architecture, using MicroLouvre® fabric to neutralise the glare from the in-ground luminaires.