Wooden luminaires, multiple-stem clusters, linear fluorescent diffusers and louvred luminaires

The com­pany con­tin­ues to expand in the fifties thanks to a number of inno­v­a­tive ideas. Fol­low­ing var­i­ous wooden lumi­naires for flu­o­res­cent lamps the first mul­ti­ple-stem clus­ters made of brass and alu­minium are pro­duced in 1951. Linear flu­o­res­cent dif­fusers made of glass (1954) and lou­vred lumi­naires (1955) com­plete the range. 1955 saw the devel­op­ment of punched metal lou­vres for the pro­duc­tion of dif­fusers.

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