Overview

ARVA

A versatile lighting tool with character

ARVA stands for universal lighting solutions. The rigorously designed lighting range is impressive due to the vast flexibility of use for a variety of lighting tasks. Adjusted to suit the spatial requirements, the pendant and mounted lamps are admired for their high light aesthetics.
Design: Daniel Kübler
Inspiration

Inspiration

Variants

Variants

Accessories

Accessories

Canopy with control gear for pendant lamps with acrylic glass diffuser
Canopy with control gear for pendant lamps with acrylic glass diffuser

  • Mounting: for mounting on the ceiling
  • Housing: aluminium
  • Control gear: EB 230 V/50 Hz
Cavity adapter for pendant lamps Ø 140
Cavity adapter for pendant lamps Ø 140

  • Housing: steel
  • order control gear separately
Control gears for mounted lamps with acrylic glass diffuser fine matt finish
Control gears for mounted lamps with acrylic glass diffuser fine matt finish

  • Control gears 230 V/50–60 Hz
  • Constant current 250 mA
  • with short circuit and overload protection
  • max. 1 lamp per control gear
Cavity adapter for ARVA mounted lamps/ceiling lamps with external control gear
Cavity adapter for ARVA mounted lamps/ceiling lamps with external control gear

  • suitable for mounting in suspended ceilings and installation housing
  • order control gear separately
References

References

GBTEC, Bochum

Ergonomic working meets enjoyable encounters

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Reference Property Vision-Inside AG

A custom-made lighting concept provides light, uniform and work-friendly premises

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Orthodontic Practice 2.0, Berlin

The high colour rendering deliberately emphasises the different coloured items

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Single-family house, Adligenswil

A new kitchen is created from a garage

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Ristorante Olivo

Italian charm in Olten

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Apartment-Hotel Hamburg Mitte

If light could think

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Swiss International Boarding School

A singlefamily home in Meilen

Visionary architecture

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