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  • Davide Groppi Ozen Wall Sconce
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    Davide Groppi Ozen Wall Sconce
    A slim tube houses the up or down light, creating an architecturally interesting wall sconce. Ozen, named for a type of Japanese kitchen, is characteristic of Davide Groppi's minimal, rigorous products that forgo cumbersome structures in exchange for fixtures that give depth to the spaces it occupies. Always in search of the boundary between light and dark, the designer surprises with his ethereal and poetic lighting fixtures.
  • Lahumiere Design Mini Folio Wall Lamp
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    Lahumiere Design Mini Folio Wall Lamp
    A sculptural abstraction of planes, Lahumière Design’s Mini Folio Wall Lamp plays with the concept of a book’s pages being turned. Sheets of white-painted aluminum act as pages that grow and shrink creating an amazing gradient of light. Powered by an LED bulb tucked away within the sheets of aluminum, the Mini Folio lamp has a strong presence on the wall. Created in partnership with Gallery Lahumière, the piece is signed and part of a numbered edition. The light is from the design company’s collection of contemporary lighting that aims to surprise with small shifts in a minimalist style.
  • Lahumiere Design Rondo Wall Lamp
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    Lahumiere Design Rondo Wall Lamp
    Playful and sculptural, Lahumière Design’s Rondo Wall Lamp plays with the motion of rotating circles. Light passes between each circle creating gradients and amazing shadows. Rondo, with its strong presence, offers beautiful lighting. Created in partnership with Gallery Lahumière, the piece is signed and part of a numbered edition. The light is from the design company’s collection of contemporary lighting that aims to surprise with small shifts in a minimalist style.
  • Ingo Maurer Lucellino Wall Lamp
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    Ingo Maurer Lucellino Wall Lamp
    No matter how conceptual, Ingo Maurer’s lamps are witty and delicate. In Lucellino, a fusion of two Italian words, luce (light) and uccellino (little bird), the bulb has grown wings and become a glowing cherub — "because light comes with no noise," Maurer has said. As a tribute to the "light bulb", that Ingo Maurer considers as the perfect link between technique and poetry, the wall lamp seems to float in the air, even though it is connected to its socket. With a low voltage halogen bulb, and handmade goose-feathers wings, it becomes an extraordinary design lamp. Please note: The NT version has a built in transformer and is hardwired into a wall and comes with a back plate of 5.9". The TT version has both an external transformer, dimmer switch, and plugs into a wall socket.
  • Fabien Dumas and Ingo Maurer Light au Lait Wall Lamp
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    Fabien Dumas and Ingo Maurer Light au Lait Wall Lamp
    Blurring the boundary between art and functional design, Fabien Dumas and Ingo Maurer have teamed up with Light au Lait, a whimsical wall lamp crafted from a cup, saucer and spoon. The spoon, hanging from a stainless steel chain, may be pulled to turn the light on or off. The lamp swivels through 180° and can be bent down or up to 30° by means of a ball joint. The Light au Lait features an on-wall socket, but can also be mounted with an in-wall socket. The 200 cm cable is equipped with a plug, simplifying the lamp's installation. This wall lamp features Maurer's characteristic poetic approach to design which is sure to delight and add character to any space.
  • Antonio Citterio Kelvin LED Wall Lamp
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    Antonio Citterio Kelvin LED Wall Lamp
    The Kelvin LED wall-mounted lamp for FLOS is a new addition to the Kelvin range, designed by Antonio Citterio. Just like the original Kelvin lamps, the Kelvin LED Wall Lamp provides direct, adjustable light with a double arm, fixed pantograph and adjustable head. With a body in cast aluminum alloy, the functional lighting fixture has been coated in a protective transparent varnish. Consuming only 8 watts of power, the 30 LED lights are covered by a polycarbonate diffuser. Citterio has combined high-tech lighting with artful design in a minimal form that is fitting for any environment.
  • Davide Groppi Hako 2P Wall Sconce
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    Davide Groppi Hako 2P Wall Sconce
    Seeming like more of the architectural structure than an added detail, the Hako 2P Wall Sconce distributes a beautiful up light. Named for the Japanese word for box, this lighting fixture is characteristic of Davide Groppi's minimal, rigorous products that forgo cumbersome structures in exchange for fixtures that give depth to the spaces it occupies. Always in search of the boundary between light and dark, the designer surprises with his ethereal and poetic lighting fixtures. It is finished in matte white and the illumination is created by a 200 watt halogen bulb.
  • Paolo Rizzatto Model 265 Wall Lamp
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    Paolo Rizzatto Model 265 Wall Lamp
    Combining graceful lines with honest construction and industrial details, Paolo Rizzotto's Model 265 wall mounted lamp for FLOS makes adding light to wherever it's needed in a room easy through its adjustable movement. As with all his work, the designer showcases the uniqueness of each individual element, through clean shapes, leaving a sobriety that shuns the superfluous. The interaction of three main components - the swiveling head, long-reaching pivot-mounted arm, and the triangular, rotating wall bracket - combine to create one of the most versatile wall lamps. Suitable for the office or even over a dining table, the true possibilities of the lamp are virtually endless. Originally introduced 1973, the contemporary lighting fixture is still incredibly relevant, especially for today's professional yet relaxed lifestyles.
  • Ingo Maurer Holonzki Wall Lamp
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    Ingo Maurer Holonzki Wall Lamp
    Continuing prolific lighting designer Ingo Maurer's experimentation in poetically pairing the latest lighting technology with clever design, the Holonzki Wall Lamp features a highly realistic holographic image of an incandescent bulb. The ingenious lighting fixture is evocative of the German prodigy's provoking designs which blur the boundaries between art, design, and function. Appearing as a 3D lightbulb, the holograph displays the archetypal bulb screwed into a socket, creating a highly realistic image. The Holonzki Wall Lamp hologram is created by coating a glass plate in a sensitive emulsion that is then exposed to a powerful pulsed laser with an ultra fast speed of nine billionths of a second. The resulting detailed pattern of an incandescent bulb is then laser etched into each hologram. Finally, a microscopically fine relief pattern is formed in the emulsion layer which, when interacting with light, creates the visible virtual image of the bulb.
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