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Turn any room into a pleasant environment with acoustic lighting Morse. Available in 2 sizes and 12 colours for optimal freedom!

From  1.603,25


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The message is clear: acoustic lighting Morse has an edge
Acoustic Lighting Morse is a ceiling-mounted acoustic luminaire that is especially suitable for various sleek interiors above conversation areas and circulation zones. The design is highly sound absorbent due to its large overall surface area and each of the luminaires contributes to acoustic comfort. Combine the different sizes and colours for the best effect.

Flock technique
All products feature colour applied by flocking technique. Flock are small fibres of colour applied to an adhesive layer. This technique is similar to heat retention in an animal's fur. The fibres are straight on the adhesive layer and catch extra sound in the intervening space. By choosing a coloured panel or lighting element, you automatically also choose to improve sound absorption.

These are your options
Acoustic lighting Morse is available in two sizes: Morse 3 has one light unit with 3 acoustic panels. Morse 4 has one light unit with 4 acoustic panels. Morse is available in 12 different colours.

Acoustic solutions from Akomo
Belgian company Akomo is an all-rounder when it comes to acoustic improvements. The brand specialises in acoustic lighting, but also has brilliant acoustic design products. Curious about the rest of its range? View all acoustic solutions from Akomo in the Acoustics Label webshop!

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Morse 3 (154 x 50 x 36 cm), Morse 4 (233 x 50 x 51 cm)

Light source

Talexx module stark LLE 280, 400mA 6200 lumens, 36 watts


Standard DALI and switch dimmable with integrated corridor function

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