The absence in its presence,
the presence in its absence.

The first form of light is in the source.
The second is the invisible form of light itself.
The third is the form of the object revealed by light before it touches it, the fourth is the form of the shadow.
And the fifth is the form of the consequence that comprises all the previous four forms, as well as the way we feel and experience the space considering the four forms.
By Dean Skira

The effect is there, but where does it come from?  With a miniature aperture of only 10mm, Nime focuses on what is important and puts it in the spotlight. It’s not about Nime, it’s about what Nime can do.

The combination of its focusable beam angle together with its adjustability allows for a multitude of application possibilities, while maintaining a uniform look and feel throughout the project.

A multi-functional lighting instrument

Better not underestimate Nime, as the aperture of only 10mm is only the façade that hides away a host of possibilities to control your beam.

Within the same opening and thanks to an ingenious set of custom optics, Nime allows you to adjust beam angle, beam orientation and tilt intensity.

Focus the beam from 20°up to 40°
Rotation up to 355°
Tilting up to 30°,

Emphasize objects on vertical and horizontal surfaces, without visual appearance of the fitting or its source

Light up small to large objects, even when they are not aligned with the luminaire.

Perfectly address the light where it is needed, even in slope ceilings.

Create equal circles of light from both low and heigher ceilings.

Fully Integrated Architectural Lighting

Nime integrates perfectly in its surroundings and ensures ceilings are clean and harmonious. Extreme minimalism and function combined into one.

Disappears into the ceiling

The Nime mountingkit can be painted same as the colour of the ceiling, making the body of the Nime disappear into the ceiling. What remains is a 10mm opening with no glare or reflection in the fitting.

Keep sloped ceilings pure
The ability of adjusting the tilt or the angle from within, permits to have the right adjument of light even in spcaes with sloped ceilings. In contrast to most adjustable downlights, your ceiling remains pure and clean, with no elements sticking out.

Dean Skira_
is the founder of Skira,
an award-winning practice based in Pula (Croatia).

Dean is travelling in light and walking through shadows. What started as design work with tangible forms, over the past 30 years, developed into building and creating with the intangible and the ephemeral.