SONNEMAN–A Way Of Light_Cubix
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Sonneman–A Way Of Light
Cubix brings scalability, volume, and constructive interest to architectural illumination. Arrayed in precisely interconnected relationships, these suspended cubes are joined to each other by a shared leg on each frame. With each cube set at one of four vertical positions to the next, the construction allows for expansive horizontal and vertical arrays across the plane and height of a space. Each cube can support a horizontal LED light-guide or be left as an open frame, providing the flexibility to configure higher or lower density illumination and scale to a variety of spaces. Cubix brings constructivist context to architectural illumination.
The modular nature of Cubix allows designers to scale the system to suit specific applications. When configured in a strong vertical arrangement, Cubix brings layers of illumination and dramatic sculptural presence to high-ceilinged architectural spaces. Scaled in a narrower vertical formation or configured with broader horizontal sections for increased mass, Cubix provides the opportunity to achieve the scale of both height and volume.
The low-profile Cubix Surface light allows for ceiling surface mounting or suspended installation where a minimal height is desired across the plane of a space. Used as single fixtures, clusters, or linear patterns, or configured for expansive arrangements across larger spaces, Cubix Surface expands the utility and aesthetic application of this lighting system.
Cubix frames can connect to each other in multiple ways. Cubes connect face-to-face at four positions, which include flush, ⅓ height, ⅔ height, and on the horizontal edge. They also connect edge-to-edge at four different positions, which include flush, ⅓ height, ⅔ height, and at the corners.