Mood turns the vertical and horizontal planes with which we create and define spaces into elements that acquire a new architectural dimension when integrating the light source on the wall as if it was part of it. The luminaires can be combined and grouped creating ornamental compositions, different light effects on the surface and even totally free artistic creations, personalizing environments and positively influencing our mood.
Ricard Vila design for Simon
Light that comes out of the wall
Mood allows a section of the wall to become light, offering endless interpretation possibilities in that magical effect.
The range of formats and accessories allows us to customize the scene. The metallic surface finishes in chrome, gold or copper, and the yellow, pink, blue and orange Fluor colors, authorize the scene to personalize and adapt the proposals to solve the lighting needs of the location in an inspiring way.
Depending on the context and environment in which it is applied, we can choose between a warm or cold lighting. Mood supports light adjustment and control systems to create dynamic light environments, modifying the tone based on temporal sequences that simulate the cycles of natural light, which are closely connected to our mood.
RGB, Tunable White
The luminaires can be combined producing compositions, light effects, and artistic creations on the walls and ceilings, which fill spaces with ambience light and generate eye-catching visual planes. These effects are achieved through convex, concave and adjustable decorative elements, finished in glass or metal. The versions without accessories offer pure light that comes out of the wall.
In the Simon Lab we explore and discover innovative paths in an empirical manner. When intuition leads us to experimentation, we come across concepts that we sometimes apply to our products. The pigments in the Fluor colors combined with white light have been our latest source of research, and two new collections, Mood and Hole, incorporate them in an antagonistic yet complementary way.
Mood turns walls into lit-up canvases, and the use of color provides an expressive wealth through the effects generated on the vertical and horizontal planes. Pigments applied on the reflective accessory where white light indirectly falls, are projected to transform Fluor’s chromatic power into a subtle color light that tints surfaces and creates striking atmospheres.
Mood & Fluor
Ricard Vila design for Simon
Walls and ceilings are the fundamental planes with which architects and interior designers shape spaces. They are the essential elements that model natural or artificial light, generating certain atmospheres. X-Less is an installation system for a total integration of various products in partition walls and false ceilings, turning them into light substance that offers creative freedom in lighting projects.
X-Less patented Trimless system
Solid system – perfect light
The trimless X-Less system offers a solid connection between the luminaire and the wall or ceiling in a complete integration that ensures its stability even when attaching adjustable models. Maximum light quality on a uniform surface and without imperfections.
Easy and quick installation
The installation process is simpler than in the conventional, frameless formats, where more complex building work is required as well as additional plastering. X-Less allows for the pre-frames to be attached quickly, in just a few minutes, and to finish the operation by just applying a thin layer of leveling paste.
The X-Less collections support the creation of grouped modular configurations in addition to endless free customized compositions. The system allows the arrangement of luminaires as close as possible and without visible frames.
Light integrated into architecture
Simon understands light as a material to create and model spaces. In alliance with the architectural language, we have designed solutions that are completely integrated into the current building materials, in order to facilitate their application and installation on these surfaces.
Ceilings and walls of light
The Hole, Arch, Mood and Loop collections are integrated into false ceilings or hollow partition walls.