the basic set comprises of five crosses made from matt black injected polycarbonate which are backlit by leds and clipped into a double l-shaped matt black lacquered steel wall frame. each set may be used alone or with up to six additional sets.
aérodine table lamp is a hybrid object, somewhere between a light and a mobile. its shape, comprising a slim brushed steel structure to which a shade is fixed, gives the illusion of fragile, almost breakable balance. aérodine can perch on the corner of a wardrobe or the edge of a bed, the corner of a table or even the edge of a shelf. structure and counterbalance ‘brushed alu effect’ epoxy aluminium lacquered steel. shade in PVC with brushed aluminium effect on front and back.
reading light with metal base Ø 33 cm. metal ‘rise-and-fall’ shade. epoxy satin black lacquer finish. black pvc cable with black foot-operated switch.
table lamp with stem and shade constructed from two white lacquered perforated steel cylinders. the upper section of the cylinder-stem has an anti-glare dome in repoussé steel. epoxy white lacquer finish. white electric cable. manual switch.
the asola shade is a glimpse of the seventies and eighties, as much in terms of the material used - perforated steel - and its white colour as its stylised mushroom-like shape. the latter evokes the emblematic lights of the period such as giancarlo mattioli’s nesso light (1967) or mario botta’s shogun (1986), which was designed for artemide. shade constructed from two white lacquered perforated steel cylinders.
floor lamp with stem and shade constructed from two white lacquered perforated steel cylinders. the upper section of the cylinder-stem has an anti-glare dome in repoussé steel. epoxy white lacquer finish. white electric cable. manual switch.
defying the laws of gravity, it is very delicately suspended by a strap in the shape of the figure 8, which in itself is evocative of the infinity symbol. floor lamp with plain ball-shaped glass shade. base in Carrara marble Ø 40cm thickness = 25mm ; stem in 16mm bent steel tubing, finished in epoxy satin white lacquer RAL 9016. round shade Ø 12cm in mouth-blown opal glass houses the led bulb.
a poetic table lamp: a luminous sphere in opaque mouth-blown glass sitting on a solid walnut base. the manual dimmer enables one to simulate the progressive rising or setting of the moon over the desert landscape of a planet. the shade in opal mouth-blown glass consists of 3 layers for optimum light diffusion.
shade (h43 Ø 60cm) in champagne-coloured pleated polyester ribbon and frosted glass. light suspended by 3 metal cords (2m), height-adjustable by means of a 'coulistop'. 2.50m transparent cable. epoxy satin white lacquered ceiling fitting.
azabu is a ball-shaped light in mouth-blown murano glass which diffuses warm, evenly-coloured light. table lamp with structure in satin black lacquered steel wire. globe in matt opal glass Ø 30cm. black textile cable. black foot switch.
shade in black or white sculpted foam. the diameter depends on its given shape.
the boshi table lamp – ‘boshi’ being a term for a hat in japanese – seems to be sporting a nickel-plated steel helmet, the perforations of which evoke the ornamental beads of metal on the helmets of ancient samurai warriors. table lamp with base in nickel-plated steel topped with a sphere of mouth-blown opal glass Ø 12cm. cap in perforated nickel-plated steel, isolated from the sphere by a toric joint.