Box Ceiling 70

The Box Ceiling 70

The Box Ceiling 70 by Jaime Beriestain is a flush-mounted fixture within the Box family of lighting. The variety in shapes and sizes within the collection is a dream for those who specify architectural lighting. The fixture has a methacrylate frame in red, smoke, or white that emits diffused light outward and an opaline white thermoplastic diffuser that directs strong white light downward. The fixtures with a fluorescent light source are available with an optional dimmer. The Box is included in our ECCO Collection of Performance-Driven Office + Retail Lighting. ECCO, an acronym for [E]nergy-efficient, [C]ompliant for [C]ommercial [O]rnamentation, is a collection of light fixtures built to enhance the architectural attributes of commercial, office or retail settings.


Box Ceiling 70 Tech Drawing
Product Name
Box Ceiling 70
Cord Length
6 Feet
Light Source

T5 Linear

4 x 24 Watt
cUL Certified

Download product specification sheet for a full list of available size and lamping options

  • B.lux Box 70 Ceiling Opal B.lux Box 70 Ceiling Opal
  • B.lux Box 70 Ceiling Red B.lux Box 70 Ceiling Red
  • B.lux Box 70 Ceiling Smoke B.lux Box 70 Ceiling Smoke
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Santiago de Chile-born designer Jaime Beriestain opened his Barcelona studio after working for over a decade in his home country. Early Spanish collaborations included the manufacturer DAC and the Hotel Division of Gastón y Daniela Contract. Since opening a showroom in the heart of Barcelona in 2010, Beriestain has welcomed a number of international projects into his portfolio, which have taken him to Chile, France, India and Switzerland. Jaime Beriestain designed the Box collection for B.lux, which Global Lighting distributes in North America. It's a standout in our ECCO Collection, curated specifically for architects.

Considering the wide array of publications covering his work, he’s used to being celebrated. Magazines ranging from Hermes to Diseño and La Vanguardia to GQ España have dished on the designer’s ways with his imagination. His portfolio includes colorful furniture in both classic and modern lines, refined tabletop products and even graphic illustrations that show dexterity with line and form. He has opened a showroom to showcase a mix of vintage furniture, books, textiles, artwork, fragrances and other lifestyle items he brings into a collected whole. “The pieces are carefully and personally chosen and reinterpreted: some by well-known designers and architects, other items simply chosen for their aesthetic value,” he says. “It gives me great pride and joy to gather and share my passions with you.”