The Gropius is DALI and switch dimmable with integrated corridor function
non dimmable on request
Due to the balanced orthogonal shape, GROPIUS presents itself as a high-quality piece of architecture for the interior. Four interwoven square shapes, three of which are acoustic and one lighting, are processed according to well-balanced proportions into a rigid composition that refers to the principles of architectural modernism. The diffuse light effect is powerful enough to be functional, and at the same time soft enough to accentuate the high-quality texture of the flocked Basotect. The design lends itself for installation on both ceilings and walls, and can also be used modularly, combining multiple units into more large-scale configurations.
Walter Gropius founded Bauhaus in 1919, an art and architecture school whose inspiring ability can hardly be overestimated even after more than 100 years.