- A great solution for the suspended ceiling
- Easy to install
- Endless choice of pictures
- Roof window effect in places where no daylight comes in
LED SKY CEILINGS STANDARD
Applied in corporate, recreational and medical spaces: our standard product is the ideal solution for a realistic cloud ceiling with daylight experience for a very reasonable price. With the standard formats 60×60, 120×60 and 120×120, the ultra-thin LED-panels are very easy to implement in the suspended ceiling. The LED Sky Ceilings standard cloud ceiling can be executed with a picture of your own or one of our crystal-clear pictures. A panel lifter ensures that the picture is a few centimetres higher than the existing ceiling, making it look like a realistic roof window.
You can choose between our crystal-clear pictures, online image databases or submit your own design. Our designers can always create the desired effect.
Our Standard panels are made for the suspended ceiling and provide a ‘Plug and Play’ solution for the light. This makes it possible for our panels to be installed within one lunch break.
We would love to hear from you which way you would prefer this to work. For example, think of 0-10V, DALI and by remote control.
By default, our panels are available in the suspended ceiling dimensions 60×60, 60×120 and 120×120 cm.
GLOSSY OR ANTI-REFLECTIVE
With us you can choose whether you want the panels glossy or anti-reflective.
LED SKY CEILINGS LIFTER
By default, our panels are equipped with a lifter, which provides the desired roof window effect.
The Albeda College in Vlaardingen, was looking for ways to create a multifunctional space for their students. An area where students can relax and study at the same time.
Eye Media Television
The headquarters of EM|TV, a television production company, is located in Amsterdam. They were looking for a unique element to add to their boardroom. Cloud ceilings created a spacious room while being a great eyecatcher.
The school cooperative Spieringshoek designed two quiet spaces with LED Sky Ceilings, to give their students a place where they can relax. The two spots are very popular and are often used by students to work on group projects and homework.