Photo: Jürgen Schmidt

seventies 70’s – the power pack

seventies 70’s – restrained and timeless, our seventies blends into any interior and convinces not only with external but also with internal values. The lights in this series combine high performance with compact dimensions. High-quality surfaces underline the demand for formal clarity, which is even reflected on the back of the luminaire. Perfection down to the last detail, from the puristic joint to the precise gap dimension, rounds off the design.

Photo: IMAGESTUDIO.CH, Philipp Koch

Photo: blieske architects lighting designers | Nationalmuseum Kirgistan Bischkek

Photo: Luuk Kramer | Bibliothek Het Predikheren Mechelen

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From project light to series production

Managing Director Martin Wallroth based on the Deutsche Oper Berlin project the specification for the seventies 70’s track spotlight. The result was its prototype, which is installed in the foyer of the Deutsche Oper on a long cantilever above the gallery parapet. This formed the basis for the development of the seventies 70’s series, a true power pack that can be used in a variety of ways.

German Design Award Nominee 2015 Good Design Award

Compact and powerful

Powerful LED modules with high luminous flux and a wide range of specifications, from optimum colour rendition to targeted colour location, enable a wide range of applications at the highest level.

A wide range of dimming modes and the most extensive accessory portfolio of all the series transform the seventies 70’s models into excellent lighting tools.

Photo: Leon Kopplow

Continuous beam angle

With the focusing accessory, beam angles of 15°-50° can be quickly and continuously adjusted. It can be retrofitted in any new luminaire as well as in existing, previous models.

The focusing accessory has an oxide ceramic coating. This high-tech refinement is a special electrolytic process that is also used for components in the aerospace industry.

Objects in focus

A scale on the joint of the track-mounted spotlight se-11 makes it easy to set an accurate inclination angle.

The surface-mounted spotlight se-21 and the recessed spotlight se-31 can be rotated through 365° and tilted through 90°. The track-mounted spotlight se-11 can be rotated through 350° and tilted through 90°.

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Photo: Leon Kopplow

Tool-free adjustement

The luminaire system seventies 70’s has a modular design – easy to dismantle, repairable and reusable.

Reflectors, lenses and diverging attachments can be exchanged by a simple handle with a suction lifter (accessory).

Rotary potentiometer on the housing

Various dimming modes can be selected for controlling the luminaire. For controls with 1-10 volts, a rotary potentiometer is optionally available on the housing.

Material, surfaces, colours

mawa places the highest demands on the surface design of its luminaires. mawa’s luminaires are powder-coated to a
first-class standard: so excellently that experts sometimes thought they were wet-painted. They are usually available in matt black or matt white. On request, all surfaces are available in RAL, DB and NCS colours.

Technical informations

Beam angle

16° / 22° / 30°
Further beam angles are made possible by beam-diverging attachments.

LED module

25 W

Luminous flux LED

2700 K / 3024 lm
3000 K / 3160 lm
4000 K / 3255 lm

Light colours

2700 K / Ra > 90 (typ. 92)
3000 K / Ra > 90 (typ. 92)
4000 K / Ra > 90 (typ. 92)
2700 K / Ra > 95 (typ. 97)
3000 K / Ra > 95 (typ. 97)
4000 K / Ra > 95 (typ. 97)

Special light colours on request


Switchable -1
Rotary potentiometer on the housing -2
Trailing edge phase -5
Bluetooth -9

More features
+ cylindrical shape
+ large variety of models (surface-mounted, recessed, pendant luminaires)
+ numerous accessories
+ flicker-free as well
+ meets the highest lighting requirements
+ stepless beam angle with focusing accessory
+ Retail LEDs or High CRI > 95 (typ. 97)
+ high performance category
+ for very high rooms up to approx. 7.00 m

Components & accessories for seventies 70’s

mawa luminaires are known for clever and impressive details – also regarding the range of accessories that are easy to handle. Numerous components can specifically influence the beam characteristics and anti-glare.

This includes optical accessories as a primary effect, such as reflectors and lenses that concentrate the light emitted from the LED module. Our lenses provide a secondary effect. In combination with the primary component, they “model” the light. For example, an oval light beam is created by adding a sculpture lens to the spot reflector.

One housing, many luminaires

Whether on the track, under or in the ceiling or on the wall: the seventies 70’s luminaires can be individually configured with several beam characteristics, dimming modes and many accessories for targeted light distribution.



Photo: Peter Langenhahn