Flying Disc

Flying Disc
Ingo Maurer und Team 2016
Flying Disc is an extremely light-weight object for indirect lighting. Attached with thin wires, it seems to hover below the ceiling. Suspended from only three wires, it is meant to be installed with a certain angle, to add dynamics to the space. The thin white disc made from fiberglass is lit up by a ring of high quality LEDs, diffusing the light. A long slender black rod made of carbon fiber holds the LED ring below the disc. Both length of the rod and the angle of the ring are adjustable, so that it is possible to light up the diffuser disc asymmetrically. All three parts, the disc, the rod and the ring visually merge to an intriguing graphical object.
Light source
LED, 3000 K, 3600 lm, CRI 95, 25 W, EEC A+. With built-in LEDs. With built-in LEDs. The light source is not exchangeable by the user, but by an electrician.
Technical data
For 220-240 or 100-125 volts, secondary output 36 volts. Dimmable.
Diameter 1,90 m

Flying Disc is based on the​ floor lamp Ringelpiez, which Ingo Maurer first presented at light+building, Frankfurt in March 2016. Two prototypes of the suspended object were presented in Milan at ​San Paolo Converso, a former church which is now used for exhibitions.

Other models from the 'Ringelpiez-family: Ringelpiez, Ringelpiez Suspension, Ringelpiez Table and Ringelpiez Wall.