Queen Titania is a suspension lamp doubled in size, which clearly takes its cue from Titania, the iconic model, designed by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan in 1989. It is a versatile, modern lamp, full of interesting details such as the plain steel structure to an aluminum lamellar casing. The aluminum ribs are arranged in sequence: in this way the lamp will appear transparent when viewed from the front and as a solid body when viewed from the side. The function of the slats is to act as an anti-glare screen, as a reflector of the central light and as heat sinks.
Through the colored filters that can be specially inserted into the slots on the sides of the central part, new colored effects will always be created. The pairs of polycarbonate filters are available in four different shades, namely Yellow, Blue, Purple and Pink. Furthermore these will not interfere with the emission of the central light.
Queen Titania is ideal for lighting large rooms. Its design is unique but easily adapts to different contexts, from residential to commercial ones. Queen Titania seems to float, carrying forward technical innovation associated with new aesthetic possibilities, always original.