The German lamp manufacturer Anta presents the spot Gepa

The adjustable spot that does without any complex mechanics. A basic model, versatile in use. This is where good design meets effective use. “Simply” beautiful. The hemispherical housing of the Anta Gepa is placed on a magnet and thus forms a joint. The defined friction between the magnet and the housing allows the luminaire head to be precisely adjusted over a wide range of degrees of freedom. The basic model of the GEPA can be modified in many ways. It can be attached to any magnetic surface. With our screwable or glueable metal disc, this is also possible on non-magnetic shelves, walls, tables and other surfaces. There are many possible applications. Good atmosphere has nothing to do with money, it has to do with attention to detail. To fill a home with life, the needs of the occupants are crucial. But to put them in the right light, the light source is crucial. A lamp should not determine the design, but support and underline it. With its variety of colours and variable positioning, GEPA is also a point of colour. A point of contrast, an eye-catcher, a light source and yet in the background to give you all the stylistic possibilities. The magnet can withstand a pulling force of up to 4.8 kg. The Anta GEPA is available as a basic model with intermediate cord dimmer or as a pendant lamp. The pendant luminaire also comes with a counterpart to the magnet, which allows the GEPA to be positioned freely when suspended, just like on the basic model. In addition, the basic model comes with a base plate that can be glued or screwed in place, allowing it to be positioned on non-magnetic surfaces as well. Between the shade and the hemisphere is a diffuser that emits light from the side when the lamp is switched on. The permanently installed LED is replaceable. We are at 14 watts, 2700k, 1300 lm on the LED. At the moment, the basic lamp (can also be used as a wall lamp, picture lamp, etc.), the pendant lamp and the module for the table lamp are available. The additionally available modules for the reading lamp, the arm for the wall lamp and the body for the chandelier will follow.