Design by Yaacov Kaufman, 2000.
Multiform, chameleonic, Matrix transforms and multiplies. The originally essential and simple design, a crossed pylon allowing directing a lamp holder with a common screw coupling both upward and downward, is the origin of a large family of lamps for illuminating wide public and private spaces. Its clearly visible bulbs become the characteristic feature of this system. Choosing their form, transparency and power allows customers to decide the appearance and function of the lamp to better represents their taste and needs and allows modifying its appearance with the uttermost ease. Large transparent glass globes, dichroic spot lights with changing shades, classical opal white bulbs or elegant transparent low power lamps with a warm and ancient looking light, fluorescent electricity saving lamps or high power halogen lamps with frosted glass: the possibilities are endless. Its mobile and transparent form, which is not limited to central or symmetric positions, can furbish contemporary style rooms as well as rooms for collective use such as hotel halls, galleries, sport premises, etc. Matrix typical configuration has eight arms in the pendant.