If it is true that light is the fourth dimension of architecture, then there is no doubt that the relationship between the ceiling and the lighting system plays a fundamental role in defining the design of an interior, in shaping its lines, shapes, perspectives and the way they are perceived and interpreted by the human eye.
In other words, the ceiling must become almost one with the artificial lighting in order to achieve optimal levels of lighting and visual comfort (as well as energy efficiency) and adapt the light harmoniously to the aesthetics and furnishings of the space in which it is installed.

Developed from more than 70 years of experience in the world of design and lighting, CEIR’s open ceilings are designed to integrate perfectly with any type and size of lighting fixtures and thus achieve the best aesthetic and functional result in relation to the intended use and architectural requirements of different settings such as offices, museums, universities, airports, hotels, chain stores, and others.

CEIR’s open cell ceiling design is conceived to allow light sources to be placed either below or above the ceiling or in line with it (see below). In the latter case, to better integrate light into the open cell ceiling, CEIR offers its customers a wide range of lighting fixture plates, which vary according to the cell and height of the chosen ceiling and the size of the lighting fixture.

Available with square or round shape, CEIR lighting fixture plates are supplied to match the same ceiling grid colour, but other finishes can be requested.

Material: aluminium
Thickness: 0,70 mm
Dimension: according to the panel cell size (multiple of cell)
Height: according to the height of the blade profile (20, 30, 40 ,50 mm…)
Hole: square or circular shape
Finish: according to your choice



By placing lighting fixtures above the suspended ceiling, it is possible to create two different visual effects depending on the type of light source chosen: in fact, we can obtain a uniform, soft, diffuse light, or a point light, which spreads in a straight line and in every direction.



In order to position light source in line with the ceiling, it is possible to use lighting fixture plates such as those proposed by CEIR. In addition to offering interesting expressive possibilities, lighting in line with the suspended ceiling also has a significant impact in terms of reducing energy consumption.



When the light fixture is placed under the suspended ceiling, it propagates light directly into the room. This solution is mainly adopted to put emphasis on the design of the lamps, which thus become an element of visual attraction.