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The design of the Insight light shows a special visual effect. It combines a sense of weightlessness, a balance of proportions, an original pattern of light and successful engineering solutions. Thanks to the latter, a laconic design was created with an elegant and elementary design, which is visually noise-free and creates a pure design language. This was due to two light sources closed by matte diffusers and toned acrylic that directs the flow of light and makes the lamp hover. An important feature is the light pattern that is created in the surrounding space.

The design of the Insight light has a unique visual effect, combining several design methods. First is creating a visually floating object with translucent acrylic, which touches the surface literally with "fingertips". Secondly, these are simple and elegant engineering solutions that made it possible to get rid of visual noise in the form of unnecessary structures and fasteners. And the most important thing is creating a futuristic light pattern that creates an accent in space.

Thanks to its elegant and elementary design, the lamp creates a spectacular light pattern. It can accentuate the texture of a wall or table surface. It can also be used for the workplace or as a night light by the bed. 

In the design process, we started with light sources thinking through the light pattern that we wanted to see as a result on a wall or table surface. We realized that we wanted to get bright light rays in different directions and soft scattered general lighting. Therefore, we designed a laconic metal shape in the form of a cylinder for LEDs. Then they were covered with diffusers, and they created toned acrylic elements, which should direct the rays and simultaneously create soft lighting thanks to the translucent properties of acrylic.


Brand Maytoni GmbH
Lead Designer Alexey Danilin
Engineer Nikita Morozov
Product Manager Natalia Danilova
Product Manager Elena Slivka
Product Manager Assistant Karim Tabichev
Product Manager Assistant Anastasia Orlova

Visualizer Dmitry Cherednikov

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