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  • Luceplan - Goggle Wall Lamp
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    Luceplan - Goggle Wall Lamp
    An unforgettable game of colours: The Goggle Wall Lamp from Luceplan has colours, which change according to the angle it is watched from. The designer Ross Lovegrove was inspired by the reflections of swim goggles when he designed Goggle together with Luceplan. A wall and ceiling lamp resulted out of this cooperation, which searches for equals regarding style. The elliptic lamp spreads colours through its “lens”, which change, according to the angle the lamp is watched from. The technique behind the impressive physical effect is completely natural: Bubbles or some precious stones and insects have a thin film for the changing effects. Specialists call it to iridise. The opalised lamp is responsible for indirect and diffuse light. The special style makes the wall lamp especially suitable for rooms that should get some special accents. Several Goggle wall lamps combined are even more impressive, since the game with colours is different according to the angle.
  • Luceplan - Fortebraccio Desk Lamp
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    Luceplan - Fortebraccio Desk Lamp
    Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto have designed numerous lamps for Luceplan together. Their Fortebraccio lamp connects knowingly the highest functionality with a sympathy design, becoming the ideal table and working lamp. A central joint between the arms of the lamp ensures the highest possible flexibility. The arms can be aligned independently and adopt extreme positions. This allows the illumination of every angle as well as the space saving connection of the lamp which becomes a sculpture at the same time. Also the huge handle at the head of Fortebraccio is remarkable. It was intended by the designers to make it big and viewable so that the lamp shade can be adjusted comfortably. Moreover there is an easy controllable switch outside of the handle. The table and working lamp Fortebraccio is offered in different colours and with diverse bases by Luceplan. We suggest an illuminant with an E14 socket and maximal 60 Watt.
  • Luceplan - Trama Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Trama Pendant Lamp
    The Luceplan Trama pendant lamp acts modern with its neo-classic balance, despite of its design, which dates back to 1986. Forms and construction of the diffuser of the Trama allow an intensive and balanced light in the room. The beam of the pendant lamp from Luceplan shines directly and widely and it illuminates big rooms. The matt diffuser breaks the light, making it glare-free, while the light-spread is absolutely balanced and homogeneous. The Luceplan Trama is also available as pendant lamp with height adjustment via cable pull and counterweight, or as wall and ceiling lamp. The Trama is by Paola Longhi and Luciano Balestrini also suits rooms with low roofs, because of its weightlessness.
  • Luceplan Small Hope Chandelier
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    Luceplan Small Hope Chandelier
    Named after the eponymous diamond, the Hope chandelier dazzles with a refractive effect equal to fine crystal. The award-winning design reimagines archetypal chandeliers in favor of a lightweight version crafted using prismatic polycarbonate lenses. A hypnotizing focal point that melds innovative production with classic sparkle.
  • Luceplan - Otto Watt Desk Lamp
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    Luceplan - Otto Watt Desk Lamp
    The perfect comrade for the desk: The Otto Watt by Luceplan is a table lamp which adapts to the demands of a life at modern desks. Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto designed the Otto Watt for Luceplan. The slim table lamp has three joints, where it is step-less adjustable. The head of the working lamp is 360° rotatable to the sides. It is equipped with a diffusor in order to keep its light glare-free. Otto Watt – which means “8 Watt” in Italian – is energy saving and environmentally friendly thanks to its modern LED technology. The gained light is suitable for different uses: The desk lamp by Luceplan isn’t only dimmable, but it can also change the light’s colour from cold white (3500 K) to warm white (2400 K). This is the reason why its light is great to work and to have a comfortable evening in the living room. The Luceplan Otto Watt is also available in further colours, as floor lamp or as ceiling lamp.
  • Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
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    Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
    The 1992 presented Costanzina is the “small sister” of the famous Costanza by Luceplan. The designer Paolo Rizatto also equipped the small edition with a modular expansion, so that accessories and replacements are fast to be exchanged. The Costanzina table lamp as well as the pendant lamps out of the lamp series by Luceplan has a modular construction: Base and lampshade are separately replaceable. The single parts are combinable inside of the Costanzina collection: The lampshade suits all variants, while the baldachin only suits the pendant lamp, of course. These qualities lead to an easy, affordable and fast replacement of the parts of every Costanzina by Luceplan, if a piece breaks or your taste changes.
  • Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
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    Luceplan - Accessories and Replacements for the Costanzina Lamp
    The 1992 presented Costanzina is the “small sister” of the famous Costanza by Luceplan. The designer Paolo Rizatto also equipped the small edition with a modular expansion, so that accessories and replacements are fast to be exchanged. The Costanzina table lamp as well as the pendant lamps out of the lamp series by Luceplan has a modular construction: Base and lampshade are separately replaceable. The single parts are combinable inside of the Costanzina collection: The lampshade suits all variants, while the baldachin only suits the pendant lamp, of course. These qualities lead to an easy, affordable and fast replacement of the parts of every Costanzina by Luceplan, if a piece breaks or your taste changes.
  • Luceplan - Costanzina Table Lamp
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    Luceplan - Costanzina Table Lamp
    During reading or writing time, while talking or relaxing – the small table lamp Constanzina ensures the right light for nearly every situation. Luceplan manufactures the lamp after a design by Paolo Rizzatto from 1992. With its light and furthermore washable shade, Constanzina creates a diffuse and pleasantly warm light. The shade is fixed at two points so that it see-saws from one side to another balancing if it is touched. The weightless shade is fulfilled by the slim and simultaneously solid structure of the Constanzina table lamp. The telescope rod and the base consist of aluminium. The lamp runs with an E14 socket, max. 60 Watt and possesses an on/off switch. Diffusor and lampshade must be bought separately for a complete lamp.
  • Luceplan - Lady Costanza Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Lady Costanza Pendant Lamp
    The Lady Costanza pendant lamp is a modern interpretation of 2011 of the Costanza collection by Luceplan, with completely new possibilities contrasting the classic lamp by Paolo Rizzatto. The big Lady Costanza pendant lamp by Luceplan suits to illuminate dining tables, living rooms or conference places because of the warm light. Lady Costanza spreads a diffuse and pleasantly warm light with its weightless and washable shade. The shade is fixed at two points so that it rocks slightly holding its counterweight, should it be pushed or moved. The slim and elegantly structured design of the Lady Costanza pendant lamp fits seamlessly in every surrounding. The counterweight of matt chrome-plated steel, which hangs under the Costanza, can be varied in length between 100 and 220 centimetres. The three single pieces of the Luceplan Lady Costanza can be ordered separately. This makes it possible to exchange every part favourably and affordably. Luceplan recommends an illuminant with an E27 socket and maximal 150 Watt for the Lady Costanza pendant lamp. Diffusor and shade must be ordered additionally with the pendant lamp to get a complete lamp.
  • Luceplan - Lady Costanza Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Lady Costanza Pendant Lamp
    The Lady Costanza pendant lamp is a modern interpretation of 2011 of the Costanza collection by Luceplan, with completely new possibilities contrasting the classic lamp by Paolo Rizzatto. The big Lady Costanza pendant lamp by Luceplan suits to illuminate dining tables, living rooms or conference places because of the warm light. Lady Costanza spreads a diffuse and pleasantly warm light with its weightless and washable shade. The shade is fixed at two points so that it rocks slightly holding its counterweight, should it be pushed or moved. The slim and elegantly structured design of the Lady Costanza pendant lamp fits seamlessly in every surrounding. The counterweight of matt chrome-plated steel, which hangs under the Costanza, can be varied in length between 100 and 220 centimetres. The three single pieces of the Luceplan Lady Costanza can be ordered separately. This makes it possible to exchange every part favourably and affordably. Luceplan recommends an illuminant with an E27 socket and maximal 150 Watt for the Lady Costanza pendant lamp. Diffusor and shade must be ordered additionally with the pendant lamp to get a complete lamp.
  • Luceplan - Lady Costanza Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Lady Costanza Pendant Lamp
    The Lady Costanza pendant lamp is a modern interpretation of 2011 of the Costanza collection by Luceplan, with completely new possibilities contrasting the classic lamp by Paolo Rizzatto. The big Lady Costanza pendant lamp by Luceplan suits to illuminate dining tables, living rooms or conference places because of the warm light. Lady Costanza spreads a diffuse and pleasantly warm light with its weightless and washable shade. The shade is fixed at two points so that it rocks slightly holding its counterweight, should it be pushed or moved. The slim and elegantly structured design of the Lady Costanza pendant lamp fits seamlessly in every surrounding. The counterweight of matt chrome-plated steel, which hangs under the Costanza, can be varied in length between 100 and 220 centimetres. The three single pieces of the Luceplan Lady Costanza can be ordered separately. This makes it possible to exchange every part favourably and affordably. Luceplan recommends an illuminant with an E27 socket and maximal 150 Watt for the Lady Costanza pendant lamp. Diffusor and shade must be ordered additionally with the pendant lamp to get a complete lamp.
  • Luceplan - Constanza Table Lamp
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    Luceplan - Constanza Table Lamp
    Constanza is an elegant table lamp with modern sensor dimmers. Designer Paolo Rizzatto designed the lamp for Luceplan in 1986. The sensor dimmer is placed at a small metal rod directly at the shade of the lamp. A soft touch is enough to adapt the light intensity to individual demands, or simply to switch the lamp on and off. With its weightless and furthermore washable shade, Constanza creates a diffuse and pleasantly warm light. The shade however, is fixed at two points, so that it see-saws softly and keeps its balance if it is pushed. The slim and elegantly structured design of the Constanza table lamp is seamlessly inserted in every surrounding. With the expandable telescope rod out of aluminium, the height of the lamp can vary between 120 and 160 centimetres. Luceplan suggests an illuminant with an E27 socket and maximal 150 Watt for the powering of the Constanza table lamp. Diffusor and lampshade must be bought separately for a complete lamp.
  • Luceplan - Berenice Floor Lamp
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    Luceplan - Berenice Floor Lamp
    Berenice is a soft formed and easy constructed floor lamp from Luceplan. The floor lamp is the big sister of the awarded Berenice table lamp. Both were designed 1985 by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto. With its flowing forms and the easy construction, Berenice is the ideal company for mobile usage with little space. The head of the lamp can be aligned freely so that every desired place is illuminated. Thanks to the movable arms, the light source can be pulled nearer to the desired place. The illuminant is thereby protected by an extra distance so that it has always the necessary distance to the illuminated object. The Berenice floor lamp creates direct light and is suitable as reading- or working lamp. It is powered with a single halogen illuminant with a GY6.35 socket and maximal 35 Watt. The illuminant is included in the delivery package. Luceplan offers the Berenice floor lamp with a metal or glass reflector and in different variants.
  • Luceplan - Supergiú Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Supergiú Pendant Lamp
    Supergiù was designed by Diego Rossi and Raffaele Tedesco for Luceplan in the year 2005. The pendant lamp allows the interaction with light and thereby creates different illumination scenes with one simple movement. Supergiù was honoured with the Design Plus Award 2006 for its refined design. The diffuser of the Supergiù pendant lamp is movable and can be aligned up- or downwards. If the shade is pushed upwards, the light-spread-angle on the bottom is enlarged becoming more direct. If the shade is moved downwards instead, more light is spread upwards, creating indirect light. Luceplan manufactures its Supergiù pendant lamp out of aluminium. We suggest an illuminant with E27 socket and maximal 150 for the function of this lamp. The lamp can be suspended directly or indirectly. The length can thereby be varied between 100 and 250 cm.
  • Luceplan - Supergiú Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Supergiú Pendant Lamp
    Supergiù was designed by Diego Rossi and Raffaele Tedesco for Luceplan in the year 2005. The pendant lamp allows the interaction with light and thereby creates different illumination scenes with one simple movement. Supergiù was honoured with the Design Plus Award 2006 for its refined design. The diffuser of the Supergiù pendant lamp is movable and can be aligned up- or downwards. If the shade is pushed upwards, the light-spread-angle on the bottom is enlarged becoming more direct. If the shade is moved downwards instead, more light is spread upwards, creating indirect light. Luceplan manufactures its Supergiù pendant lamp out of aluminium. We suggest an illuminant with E27 socket and maximal 150 for the function of this lamp. The lamp can be suspended directly or indirectly. The length can thereby be varied between 100 and 250 cm.
  • Luceplan - Blow Ceiling Lamp / Ventilator
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    Luceplan - Blow Ceiling Lamp / Ventilator
    Blow is an illuminating ceiling fan by Luceplan. The light illuminates on top of the rotary sheets and bows elegantly through the transparent wings out of Methacrylate. The Blow design was coined by Ferdi Giardini out of the year 1997. The sheets of the fan can be mounted without complications as well as changed, without damaging the technique of the device. The rotation of the sheets can furthermore be conversed by a button press. The exceptional noiseless motor from Blow (only 32 DB) is placed besides the illuminant in the polycarbonate housing. Blow is delivered with one single halogen illuminant with a common E27 socket. The light of the lamp is furthermore dimmable. There is an infrared remote control available separately to adjust the light and the fan. The rotary sheets from Blow are available in different colours and as screen printed variant.
  • Luceplan - Lola Wall Lamp
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    Luceplan - Lola Wall Lamp
    The Lola wall lamp was designed by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan in 1989. Lola is an individual enrichment for every room with its discrete and easy design. The small wall lamp Lola spreads indirect and direct light through its reflectors. The head can be adjusted precisely by a small rod. Lola is made out of carbon fibers by Luceplan today. The lamp is switched on over a foot dimmer. An illuminant with a R7s socket and maximal 250 Watt is needed for its function. The illuminant is included in the delivery package of the lamp. A special wall adaptor for the lamp is available.
  • Luceplan - Berenice Table Lamp
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    Luceplan - Berenice Table Lamp
    Berenice is a soft formed and easy constructed table lamp from Luceplan. 1985 By Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto designed; the lamp won the desired Compasso d’Oro in 1987. The exclusive award is only offered to the best Italian designs every three years. With its flowing forms and the easy construction, Berenice is the ideal company for mobile usage with little space. The head of the lamp can be aligned freely so that every desired place is illuminated. Thanks to the movable arms, the light source can be pulled nearer to the desired place. The illuminant is thereby protected by an extra distance so that it has always the necessary distance to the illuminated object. The Berenice table lamp creates direct light and is suitable as reading- or working lamp. It is powered with a single halogen illuminant with a GY6.35 socket and maximal 35 Watt. The illuminant is included in the delivery package. Luceplan offers the Berenice table lamp with a metal or glass reflector and in different variants.
  • Luceplan - Mix Desk Lamp
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    Luceplan - Mix Desk Lamp
    Mix is a refined desk lamp with an easy construction and most modern LED-on-Board-Technology made by Luceplan. The design of the multiple awarded lamp was coined by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto, both have already designed numerous lamps for Luceplan together. In the head of the Mix disk lamp there are multicoloured light diodes that create an intense and warm light. Furthermore Mix saves energy and costs, since it only has 5 Watt of consumption and a light duration of about 5000 hours. For comparison: A common halogen illuminant has an average life time of about 2000 hours. As a special detail, the Mix lamp shines with a soft blue light when it is switched off. That enables to find it in a dark room and becomes a decent light sculpture. Luceplan manufactures the desk lamp Mix out of Aluminium. The head of the lamp consists of Methacrylate. Mix was already honored with several design awards although it has only been designed in the year 2005, because of its weightless construction and the usage of innovative LED-Technologies. Among others, Mix was given the desired Compasso d’Oro which is only offered every three years to the best Italian design objects.
  • Luceplan - Titania Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Titania Pendant Lamp
    The Titania pendant lamp is the classic by Luceplan. Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzato already designed the lamp in 1989. With the aid of colour combinations, an individual dying of the lamp’s body is reached, consequently acting futuristic and slightly floating in the room. Numerous lamellae out of aluminium form the elliptic body of the Titania pendant lamp. The illuminant is in the middle, reflecting the light through the lamellae into the room. Colourful filters can be set into the pendant lamp with a simple handle, so that the wings enter the desired colour. The light colour in the centre of the lamp constantly stays the same. The lamellae furthermore ensure that the direct light of the Qween Titania prevents glare. At the same time it reflects the light and spreads it in the room. The thin lamellae ensure that the head of the lamp seems nearly invisible when it is viewed from the front, while it seems massive from the side. The length of suspension of the pendant lamp can be adjusted with a cone-like counterweight. Luceplan's Titania can be hanged at slightly inclined or wooden ceilings thanks to the weightless construction.
  • Luceplan - Lola Floor Lamp
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    Luceplan - Lola Floor Lamp
    The Lola floor lamp was designed by Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan in 1989. The slim telescope frame allows the changing of heights between 160 and 200 centimetres. The reflector at the head of Lola spends direct and indirect light and can be adjusted precisely by a small rod. The Lola floor lamp received the desired Italian design award Compasso d’Oro because of its design, quality and the innovative materials. Lola is made out of carbon fibres by Luceplan today. The lamp is switched on over a foot dimmer. An illuminant with a R7s socket and maximal 250 Watt is needed for its function. The illuminant is included in the delivery package of the lamp.
  • Luceplan - Agave Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Agave Pendant Lamp
    The Agave Pendant Lamps were created by the designers Diego Rossi and Raffaele Tedesco for Luceplan in the year 2003. The design is characterized by the interaction of light, colours and material making up a fascinating game of transparence, reflections and light breaking. The body of the Agave pendant lamp consists of transparent Methacrylate. The light and transparent corpus hides the illuminant inside of it so that no dazzling by the light will emerge. Simultaneously a perfect spread of the light is ensured. The beam-like construction of the Agave lamp even seems to hide the real light source as far as it looks hidden. With special colour filters, the light game of the Agave pendant lamp can even be enlarged by one dimension. The filters can simply be inserted in the lamp and they will instantly change the colour of the transparent corpus as well as the spreading light. A filter set with the colours red, yellow, blue and cream are included in the delivery package of the Agave lamp. The Agave pendant lamp can easily be unassembled to be cleaned. Luceplan offers Agave in three forms.
  • Luceplan - Titania Terra Floor Lamp
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    Luceplan - Titania Terra Floor Lamp
    Titania Terra is a floor lamp with the distinctive design from Alberto Meda and Paolo Rizzatto. The design out of 1995 is characterized by the elliptic shade of the lamp which can be designed individually with coloured filters. Numerous lamellae out of aluminium form the Titania head, which lies on a slim aluminium frame. The illuminant is in the middle and it spreads its light to the room through the lamellae. With the help of a foot dimmer, the light intensity can be regulated step-less. With a simple hand movement, the colour filters can be used between the lamellae so that the wings are submerged in the desired colours. The light colour in the middle of the lamp will always remain white. The lamellae furthermore avoid dazzling by the direct light of Titania. At the same time it reflects the light and spreads it in the room. Visually the thin lamellae create the effect that the lamp seems transparent when viewed from the front, and massive from the sides. Luceplan offers different colour filters for the Titania floor lamp.
  • Luceplan - Aircon Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Aircon Pendant Lamp
    The pendant lamp Aircon was designed by Hugo Timmermans and Wilhelm van der Sluis for Luceplan. Aircon is a modern variant of the classic chandelier and is powered by three illuminants that spread direct and indirect light. Luceplan manufactures Aircon out of polycarbonate. The lamp consists of two half-bowls. The upper half-sphere is opal; the lower one is available in orange or neutral. The lower sphere is polished and possesses a prismatic photo engraving , which enables a wide spread of the light that comes out of the three illuminants. Aircon spends direct light downwards while the lamp spreads indirect light upwards. Aircon was initially designed by Hugo Timmermans and Willem van der Sluis as part of their lamps collection Greenlight. Some of the lamps of the multiple awarded collection were inserted in the Luceplan assortment.
  • Luceplan - Hope Pendant Lamp
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    Luceplan - Hope Pendant Lamp
    The Hope pendant lamp by Luceplan embodies the magic of traditional lamps and re-interprets them with thought technologies and contemporaneous materials. The multiple awarded design was coined by Paolo Rizzatto and Francisco Gomez Paz. Organic inspiration and technological innovation make up a part of the fascination that is spread by Hope. Combinable, original, versatile and elegant, Hope embodies the philosophy of Luceplan. The separation of transitory trends is thereby reached by the timeless design. The balance between material weight and weightlessness was the guideline of the project while constructing Hope. Paolo Rizzatto and Francisco Gomez Paz offered Hope an original design which interacts fascinatingly with the spreading light. The external petals consist of polycarbonate and are actually Fresnel-lenses with extraordinary reflecting and light-calculating abilities. They reinforce the fascinating effect of the light and reduce the energy consumption of the lamp. Hope has been awarded with the Compasso d’Oro in the year 2011 for the innovative use of Fresnel-lenses and the graceful light. The lamp that has been introduced in the market in 2009 by Luceplan has already won the red dot design award and the Good Design Award. The lamp family Hope includes floor-, wall-, ceiling- and pendant-lamps. Thanks to a practical assembly set, the pendant lamp that is available in different sizes offers multiple usage possibilities. The lamps’ arms can be configured individually so that each desired room can be illuminated differently. With the help of a special kit for a special assembly, furthermore more Hope pendant lamps can be connected with each other.
  • Luceplan - Carrara Floor Lamp
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    Luceplan - Carrara Floor Lamp
    Carrara by Alfredo Häberly doesn’t consist of marble as its name may suggest, however, it looks sculptural with its 185 cm, contrasting conventional floor lamps. The Swiss designer Häberli designed the Carrara lamp for the manufacturer Luceplan in satined white, already in the year 2001 – a black glossy edition followed in 2008. Both models consist of only one corpus out of polyurethane injection molding; this offers a strong sculptural character to them. Carrara spends indirect light. The brightness can moreover be adjusted by a foot dimmer without steps.
  • Luceplan - Hope Floor Lamp
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    Luceplan - Hope Floor Lamp
    Fascinatingly easy and original, Hope embodies the magic of traditional lamps and re-interprets them with through-thought technologies and contemporaneous materials. The floor lamp of the lamps family by the Italian manufacturer Luceplan lies on a stainless steel frame and possesses a feet dimmer. The multiple awarded design was coined by Paolo Rizzatto and Francisco Gomez Paz. One piece of the fascination that Hope spreads is built by organic inspiration and innovation. Combinable, original, versatile and elegant, Hope embodies the philosophy of Luceplan. The separation of transitory trends is thereby reached by the timeless design. The balance between material weight and weightlessness was the guideline of the project while constructing Hope. Paolo Rizzatto and Francisco Gomez Paz offered Hope an original design which interacts fascinatingly with the spreading light. The external petals consist of polycarbonate and are actually Fresnel-lenses with extraordinary reflecting and light-calculating abilities. They reinforce the fascinating effect of the light and reduce the energy consumption of the lamp. Hope has been awarded with the Compasso d’Oro in the year 2011 for the innovative use of Fresnel-lenses and the graceful light. The lamp that has been introduced in the market in 2009 by Luceplan has already won the red dot design award and the Good Design Award. The lamp family Hope includes floor-, wall-, ceiling- and pendant-lamps.
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