DELTALIGHT The Lighting Bible 14 - New collection & catalogue

2021 was also marked by the release of The Lighting Bible 14, a new edition of the cult publication of lighting manufacturer, Delta Light.

The Lighting Bible 14 offers an inspired exploration of the brand’s architectural lighting collection featuring a wide range of in-house designs and one in collaboration with guest designers. All products are developed, tested and manufactured locally at the brand's Belgian headquarters.

The Lighting Bible 14 presents a collection of ambitious new lighting solutions that explore the boundaries of design, performance, architecture and technology. Superior optics, attractive design, advanced flexibility and tangible textures are at the heart of Delta Light's new 2021 collections.

The Lighting Bible 14 is the first edition of its kind to come as a duo. The Lighting Bible 14 - Imagine, focuses on inspiration and architectural projects realized with Delta Light lighting. The Lighting Bible 14 - Create, focuses on the Delta Light product range, along with expanded product information and product photography. The story of The Lighting Bible 14 continues at, offering a hybrid experience of the new Delta Light collection.


New collection


Haloscan – Design follows optics

Haloscan embodies the spirit of innovation in The Lighting Bible 14. Designed around its flat optics, Haloscan combines an ultra-minimalist look and a pleasing light effect. The light is slightly spread by a flat sophisticated lens, creating up to 4 different beam angles, from spot to reflector, and even linear light.

To rotate and tilt smoothly, Haloscan uses Delta Light’s patented Ex-Centric rotation system, an asymmetrical joint that combines rotational and tilting capabilities in one fast motion. Haloscan is a family of accent lights that come semi-recessed, surface-mounted or as modules on magnetic profiles.



Zoover - Gentle texture

The pendant lamp Zoover adds texture, volume, and depth to the room. Designed as a shallow dome, Zoover hides away a circle of light, giving it different looks depending on the point of view. Looking at it from aside, the thermoformed shell has a very neutral appearance.

When lowering the viewpoint, more and more details catch the eye, such as the diffuse light that illuminates the inner textures of the scallop. The grand felt dome encapsulates a disc of light that offers diffuse light for general lighting, combining form and function.



Artuur - Design & versatility

Everything about Artuur catches the eye, be it its design, its optical compartment or its small protrusion when installed into the ceiling. Artuur comes as a downlight with sloping edges towards the centre, both round and square. The design twist is in the asymmetrical square version, easily deceiving the eye but inspiring you to present creative layouts.

Another design element is the convex lens on top of the deeply placed LED. The convex lens offers Artuur its sophisticated light effect and look. While offering an outstanding quality of light and cleanly delineated light effect, Artuur’s remarkable aesthetics wow you, even when it is switched off.

Additionally, Artuur can combine general lighting with wall washing, all within one luminaire. While its recessed LED provides pleasant general lighting, an added LED module softly throws its light on vertical surfaces.

When installed into the ceiling, Artuur adds depth to the room, owing to its gentle protruding ring. Small enough to be noticed, big enough to make a difference. Put the complete luminaire into a recessing kit and Artuur goes from extending into the space to becoming a trimless luminaire with refinement at its heart.


Multinova - Flip me, I'm made for it

With 2 different diameters, a down and down-up version and a limited height of only 69mm, you can apply Multinova in a multitude of ways. With its small dimensions, Multinova fits in any residential or hospitality project. As a track mounted luminaire, it suits any retail environment and with a prismatic sheet for reduced glare it even adapts in office settings. Moreover, Multinova can be used on magnetic profiles for general lighting.

Multinova comes in black or white and can also be finished in the warmer gold colour, to enrich its surroundings. To top it off – next to a sandblasted or prismatic optic – you can opt for a smoked sheet at the front for a more decorative touch. When turned on, the disc is fully lit, when turned off a deep dark arises, ideal in combination with a gold coloured Multinova.

Go for the ultimate statement by opting for clustered Multinova suspensions, coupled together in pairs or as a trio of enlightened discs. Use them in bigger spaces like lobbies, above reception desks or in open plan offices and combine beauty with functionality.

Apart from the recessed, surface mounted and track version, there are two ways to suspend Multinova. Suspended by cables, Multinova faces straight downwards, but as a rod suspension Multinova can be tilted up to 90° to face vertical surfaces as well. As such, one single suspension can dress up any room while a cluster of these serve to create eye-catching light settings.


Spy – A classic reinvented

Minimalism, functionality, and versatility are the key terms to describe the extensive Spy collection. Spy was designed to meet multiple lighting requirements, an ideal solution for accent lighting in residential, hospitality or commercial spaces. The Spy family presents a versatile and complete range that offers recessed, surface mounted and track applications in a wealth of lumen packages, beam options and LED colours as well as different colour finishes and combinations.

Following the constant changes in the world of LEDs and optics and the evolution to improve user comfort with more precise optics and better light control, the complete Spy range has been upgraded. The result? Fresh shapes and additional finishing colours, better light comfort through hybrid optics, improved LED colour consistency and new perspectives with Tunable White and Soft Dim.

The renewed Spy family of spotlights comes in a range of diameters to fit any purpose: 27, 39, 52, 66 and 90 millimetres. While the smaller versions come in the lively colours Flemish Bronze, Flemish Gold and Gold Coloured, the bigger Spy’s offer Tunable White and Soft Dim solutions in multiple beam angles.

With the addition of Spy 39 W, the Spy family can now work its wonders outdoor as well. Spy 39 W translates elegance and finesse into an outdoor wall light. Composed as a slender cylinder, Spy 39 W is available as a minimalistic down- or down-up luminaire. With its refined design, prolonged tubes and distinctive light effect, Spy 39 W adds body to your exterior.


Uho - Compact greatness

At first sight Uho appears to be simple. In close-up, the workmanship is revealed in the detail. The refined ratio of the body compared to its diameter, the small joints that create a sophisticated look, the softly curved hinge that perfectly matches the contours of its body. With Uho, elegance is in the detail. Uho is available as an accent light to add on to our small profiles Splitline 14 and Shiftline 19 and as a spotlight, where it comes as a single or double Clip version and as a triple unit for surface mounting.


Nime - Precision lighting

The mysterious precision lighting tool Nime is the result of a journey to the ultimate minimalism, a focus on the light rather than the luminaire. As a fully integrated architectural lighting solution, the body of Nime is entirely hidden in the ceiling, leaving nothing but an opening of only 10 mm. Nime is the latest innovation that comes out of the ongoing collaboration between lighting designer Dean Skira and Delta Light, and probably the tiniest luminaire ever made.

This minuscule aperture hides away cutting-edge optical engineering and patented technology, with a host of possibilities to control your beam. The Nime system and custom optics allow you to focus the beam, and adjust its angle, rotation, and tilt. All without compromising its defining minuscule size and guaranteeing a near zero glare. The tangible part disappears inside its heart, while the intangible part illuminates the space or object.