MINIMIS launches our new Turtle-Friendly products as beautiful, new additions to our popular LP-Series, featuring filterless, true-amber LED. LEARN MORE HERE. >
MINIMIS, since 2008 has been a recognized pioneer in the world of illumination.
In 2021, we raised the bar in minuscule illumination, by developing the groundbreaking MP Series of MINIMIS illumination. While offering the same tiny form factor as our best-selling LP Series, the MP Series boasts up to 500% more light output than their LP predecessors.
Plus, the MP Series is dimmable, via most conventional dimming methods. With the MP Series, MINIMIS extends its reach into in-grade, stair- and hallway-illumination, and directional marker lighting - all while housed in a hand-milled titanium package, and exceeding the norms for IP7 environments.
Rounding out the new launch is a trim kit, for installing our MP Series into concrete and plaster. With our characteristically graphically intensive installation instructions, installation of the MP Series luminaires is simple and easy.
Minimalism is a rare refuge, where the eye can come to rest, and the heart can find peace.
MINIMIS leads the luxury illumination market with the world's most minuscule luminaires - feats of design and engineering that are individually hand-crafted to the highest standards of quality.
Our luminaires employ only the finest, most meticulously selected grade-5 titanium, and feature custom, precision-crafted optics that are engineered - to the most demanding of tolerances - to operate error-free in our astonishingly minuscule fixture form factors.
Natively waterproof, without need for gaskets or seals, our luminaires offer unparalleled elegance, luxury, and performance in all environments, from warm, enveloping interiors, to the most inhospitable of marine conditions.
From the very first prototypes to our production luminaires, our guiding vision has been to create luminaires that, at once, are minuscule in size, adhere to elegant, minimalist, unobtrusive design tenets, and are powerful in light output.
This principle stems from the desire of the design community to offer their clients' projects the effect of light, without the luminaire itself being visible.