The Cameleon system is the ideal choice for those seeking lighting solutions that go beyond the standard products available on the market. The seemingly simple system hides extraordinary possibilities of adaptation - the selection and creation of individual compositions from its elements, without the need to make grooves to hide electrical cables in walls or ceilings. However, the greatest asset of the CAMELEON system is its high functionality and flexibility. Several types of suspension in different lengths and colours and up to 12 lampshades with a maximum output of 40 W can be fitted to a single canopy (one power point). This is possible thanks to specially developed components, which include: canopies that allow the cubes and power cables to be hidden and a system of suspensions, fixings and lampshades.
Interior like a Cameleon
Technical possibilities and complete freedom in the arrangement of individual light points is just one of the advantages of the Cameleon system. It is just as easy to match luminaires to any style of interior - the system offers 48 types of lampshades, each in a wide range of colours and materials, making a total of 130 individual models to choose from. The range of lampshades has been expanded to include novelties that fit in with current interior design trends in terms of colour and design. Among the families made of glass are Cameleon Polaris, Cameleon Monaco and Cameleon Snowball. Metal lampshades have also been added to the range - Cameleon Hermanos and Cameleon Zenith, and available in the currently most fashionable colours: satin gold, chocolate and copper - Cameleon Laser and Cameleon Candy.
The compatibility of all solutions within the system allows for free interchangeability of lamp shades, e.g. between lamps on rails and fixed lamps, and the unique design makes the replacement of lamp shades quick and efficient. With the Cameleon system, it is therefore possible to completely change the character of a space in a matter of minutes, both in terms of the shape and type of luminaires, as well as the positioning of individual light points, which simply need to be moved to another part of the room.