Sylt takes the concept of a track capable of powering and supporting multiple lighting elements to the extreme, providing both high-tech and expressive beauty. The section of Sylt is just 5.5 x 12 mm.
The two copper conductors, co-extruded with a section of thermoplastic insulating material, are left exposed to view yet fully safe. A slim band of harmonic steel runs along the back, forming the profile and allowing the different geometric shapes to be plied and retained.
The track turns into a belt which can be bent at the construction site, simply, to accommodate any geometric shape dictated by the lighting requirements and by the architecture.
It is possible to outline curves that are accentuated to different extents, free and sinuous shapes that come together with a wealth of light performance.
Sylt is a paradigm shift in the absence of geometric restrictions on its compositions, in the inclusiveness it accommodates with multiple lighting elements, from the most innovative versions such as Helgoland, to high-tech solutions like Vector, minimal lamps like Sphere and a diffusing module, through to elements designed by other designers, such as Unterlinden by Herzog & de Meuron, Gople mini and La linea 25 by BIG.
This system has been pared down to the minimum in its structure, but not in the performance it delivers.
From a single point, it can run continuously for 10 meters, guaranteeing the utmost freedom in space and optimising the installation.
The lighting elements connect to the track with an adapter which combines power supply, management and mechanics.
Feedable anywhere ensuring a total flexibility in installation time.
Minimal mechanical elements help to maintain the desidered geometry.
Miniaturized electrical and mechanical bridges allow long continuous runs of the track in the space.
Special mechanical and electronic adapters allow to manage lighting appliances dimming in broadcast mode by mean of Push, Artemide App, 0-10V, Dali remote power kit.