The dazzling richness of the modular system Multispot was designed to give designers the flexibility to use contemporary aesthetics as a standalone element or to create entirely one-of-a-kind concepts with classic glass and crystal shapes enhanced with light. The various shapes available from the tubular Tooby series to the conical Polair and the classic crystal Beluga globe can adapt to suit any environment through various mounting systems ranging from cover plates, round, square, rectilinear, and custom canopies, and even a trimless option. In Multispot Tooby, the glass portion extends the entire 16” of the fixture with a minimalistic light engine hidden within the glass structure (as opposed to an external shroud). A 3-dimensional lighting effect is created by using an internal ribbed acrylic reflector the length of the tube coupled with a mirrored reflector at the base. As such, the fixture appears to glow from within and showcases extruded borosilicate glass (PYREX). At 2.1W and 200 initial lumens at the source, 2700K color temperature. Originally conceived as housing a projection lamp, the conical shape of the traditional Beluga design has been reinvented to now include an integral LED source using a frosted glass interior element.his lamp shape has been made contemporary with a minimalistic 2.1W, 200 Lumen LED light source hidden within the glass structure. The molded borosilicate (PYREX) glass of Polair is clear on the top and sides, but frosted from below. This allows the light source to diffusely pass through the fixture to the table or floor, yet also reflect along the sides to warm the space and offer a glowing ambient light.