Friso Kramer LED | A Classic Dutch design


With the Friso Kramer LED, Lightwell has put a very special and groundbreaking fixture on the market. Friso Kramer is the world-famous designer who has many leading and revolutionary designs on his name, Including the Revolt chair But of course the cone-shaped fixture that bears his name.

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The Friso Kramer LED was received with great enthusiasm by Dutch municipalities and since its unveiling, he has been chosen as the standard fixture by Venlo, Leiden, Nieuwegein, Weert and Amstelveen, as well as abroad such as Austria and the United States.

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Technical Information

CABLES

Lightwell can provide complete cable assembly, including conductor sleeves etc. Custom cables options always possible.
LIGHTWELL DRAKA CABLES

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ADAPTERS

Adapter 60mm
We can make custom adapters for each fixture in collaboration with our partner Nedal Aluminum.

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* Information and prices on request

COATING OPTIONS

LIGHTWELL RAL COLOURS

Custom RAL (<500pc): Prijs op aanvraag
Coastline coating C5: Price on request

LIANDIMMER

LIGHTWELL-LIANDIMMER

Liandimmer 100S: Price on request

MULTI CONTROLLER

Multi Controller 200: Price on request
Multi Controller 300: Price on request

LEDS

We offer you various LEDs, including Amber LEDS. Prices or information on request.

DYNADIMMER

We both offer you free dimming profiles at i.c.m. the standard Philips Xitanium drivers.

DRIVER

Phillips Xitanium 40 W

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LED REVOLUTION

In 2011, Lightwell and Friso Kramer joined forces to modernise his design and to make it close to the LED revolution. Big Challenge in the design was to integrate the possibilities of LED in a proper way. The choice of a mirror optic turned out to be the most elegant and pleasant, as it seems to float the light as it were, and the image becomes very soft and quiet because no glare can be created by the light source. After the development phase, it was time for one of the biggest revelations that took place at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam during the celebration of Friso’s’s 90th anniversary.

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The first design of this fixture made Kramer in 1960, commissioned By Gemeente Den Haag. It proved to be a great success and this model would determine the Dutch street image in the following decades. The philosophy behind the Friso Kramer Luminaire explains Friso in the film, in which he goes deep into what the role of light should be in the public space (serviceable) and that a fixture also needs to be beautiful and elegant during the day.

Friso Kramer article in The Architect March 2013