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Hey there fellow lighting friends. What happens when you combine a sleek cylindrical fixture, with the sound absorbing properties of 9MM acoustic fins…well, let’s find out. Today we have the Kwyet acoustic sphere pendant by OCL on hand, and here is what you need to know.

Powered by OCL’s Tubie cylinder, the Kwyet Sphere has a subtle omni-directional illumination which creates a virtually unlimited number of unique and interesting viewing angles. The subtle inner glow from the fully lit cylinder grazes the edges and surfaces of the fins, creating a perfectly orchestrated gradient of light and shadow.

Now, let’s turn it up a notch by utilizing the RGBW option, which allows designers to fully express themselves with light and color, completely transforming the space and the mood as needed.

In addition to the ambient volumetric light that escapes the inner acrylic diffuser, the optional dual-circuited downlight provides a focused task illumination with either a 25 degree narrow flood or a 60 degree wide flood at approx. 1500 lumens.

OCL’s 9mm acoustic fins are composed of up to 50% post-consumer recycled PET material, are fully recyclable and when combined with BIOS technology can contribute to L03, L04, L07, L08 and S04 of the WELL Building Standard V2.

In addition to the 21” and 33” size options, the Kwyet sphere is a part of a larger family of acoustic pendants, including angles, cones and ellipses…each which are accompanied by 25 vibrant, muted or monochromatic color options to compliment your unique space.

To learn more, search for the Kwyet sphere or the entire family of Kwyet products within The Lighting Exchange, head over to the OCL website at ocl.com or chat with your local lighting agent to get your hands on a physical sample.