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the various choices of available module lengths, housings, optics and LED colour temperatures. The drivers are configured so that both 3000K and 4000K LED versions consume the same amount of power and give the same lumen output to make life easier for the specifier. The LED modules can be easily removed with a special tool from the housing, which makes the system easy to maintain and, to some extent, future-proof as new, more efficient, LED modules could be installed at some point in the future. A wide variety of optical controllers have been developed and optimised for the LED system, including symmetric wide and asymmetric wall wash in solid extruded acrylic, a micro louvre and micro prismatic designs. The pendant version can accommodate two LED modules to give direct and indirect light outputs with different optics. The LED modules and


optics fit into the housings with a very narrow shadow gap in-between the diffuser panels to allow for module replacement. The system was designed in house at the Selux head office in Berlin over an eighteen month period with the design team led by Veronica Monheim, Head of Product Management A variety of projects have already been completed with the M Modular LED system including Oliver’s Yard north of the City of London. A remarkably short fifteen working day delivery time for standard modules is offered with custom and non-standard version available within six to eight weeks. The Selux M Modular LED system is hard to fault within its own visual logic as the design is very minimal and the detailing is clean and well executed. While this style of linear lighting may not be the most exciting it is a well tried solution for many


Left The office floor at Stan Hema, a brand strategy agency in Berlin, lit using the Selux M Modular LED system. Top right The core of the Selux M Modular is its removable LED gear tray. Top left The linear LED module snaps into various housings for either suspended pendent or direct ceiling mounting. Above The Selux M Modular in use at the Stan Hema office in Berlin.


applications. I am sure this new LED version will successfully continue the tradition of linear modular lighting started by Selux over 30 years ago. www.selux.com


David Morgan runs David Morgan Associates, a London-based international design consultancy specialising in luminaire design and development. Email: david@dmadesign.co.uk


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