The new Blow by Luceplan: with dimmerable halogen lamp + motor 50% faster! Blow, the “fan with the light above its blades”, protected for this reason by industrial patent, is a multi-functional light! Thanks to its sophisticated electronics, both the light and the fan can be operated by an infra-red remote control (included).
Wall ceiling-support in thermoplastic resin, diffuser in opal-blown glass acid-etched. Available in four dimensions. Diffused light emission. Colour: white.
Ceiling lamp composed by spheres made of polymethylmetacrylate, transparent or gold yellow. Shade in blown glass, white matt finish.
Two sizes wall and ceiling lamp in white satin-finished blown glass. LED or incandescent light source.
designed by Piero Lissoni, 2015. Ceiling/wall lighting fixture, providing diffused light. The front diffuser is made of high efficiency, injection moulded opal Polycarbonate. Ceiling/wall fitting is in injection moulded polycarbonate. For decorative purposes an optional accessory made of PC and ABS+PC is made available in three different finishes: black,...
Orbiter is a celling lamp producing indirect light. The LED source is located on a disk mounted off the wall to ensure optimal indirect emission, obtained through reflection on the wall.
Rituals translates the luminous magic of oriental rice paper lanterns into the precious physical form of blown glass. The special glass working method, with irregular lines that mark the surface, creates a delicate, fascinating decoration that produces a unique sensation of chiaroscuro and a soft and gentle light.
Ceiling or wall lamp with diffuser sheet of decorated glass. Diffuser color: when off: glossy white, when on: sandy to white Structure in satin steel
Wall and ceiling lamp in two dimensions; the diffuser is made of thermoplastic material obtained using rotational technology. The lamp has been designed to be positioned in both indoor and outdoor environments. The light bulb is particularly easy to replace: the thermoplastic diffuser is removed by simply unscrewing it from the support base.
design by Tobia Scarpa in 1973. Wall or ceiling-mounted lamp providing diffused light. Synthetic fabric diffuser. 30% fiberglass reinforced polyamide ceiling/wall fitting.
Halogen wall lamp with diffusor retinato for general indirect lighting, opalescente for general lighting with a balance between direct and indirect components or tuttopalescente for uniform general lighting.Extra discount for registered customers
Ceiling lamp in painted aluminium. Opening out of a slim disk are fluttering spirals, which fall gently downwards, creating magical effects of form and light.
Ceiling or wall lamp in satinised free-blown glass, available in two sizes. An organic, elegant and familiar shape that does not use pure geometry as its point of reference.
Ceiling lamp. Moulded aluminium bowl, available white, red, green, orange and black. Diffuser in frosted plastic.
Wall lamp. Frame with buffed aluminium lamp holder and reflector. Tempered, sandblasted, 3 mm-thick curved glass diffuser. Halogen bulb shield in sandblasted borosilicate glass.
designer Joe Colombo. Wall and ceiling lamp for interior or outdoor giving direct and diffused light. Fusion in chromium plated metal or fusion in chromium plated metal and Fresnel lens diffuser.
design by Achille Castiglioni in 1988. Wall/ceiling lamp providing direct and reflected light. Structure formed by 5 pressed polished aluminum triangles. 15 clear Globolux lamps housed around the structure. Steel wall/ceiling fitting and rose.
Series of shaded lamps. Ceiling lamp with painted metal structures. Lamps are provided with satin methacrylate diffuser and displacement component. Lampshades in plissè fireproof cloth white or black.
Design by Studio Tecnico Status, 2002. Wall/ceiling lamp with direct and diffused light. Diffuser in opal white sanded and tempered glass. Shaped frame in satinized or bright steel, anodised aluminium, painted white, gold leaf, silver leaf. Available in solid cherry, walnut, wengè colour.
LE CORBUSIER. The Projecteur of Le Corbusier was designed for the Chandigarh High Court, India, in 1954. Aluminium body painted in night blue or white sand. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. Painted body and base. Screws and small metal parts black chromed.
Ceiling lamp. Diffusers in white satin, black or mirror metallized glass. Frames in painted PPS or chromed metal. The mirrored/semitransparent effect for metallized glass is obtained by a particular chroming process.
design by Jasper Morrison in 1999. Ceiling mounted lamp providing diffused light. Diffuser consisting of an externally acidetched, hand blown, flashed opaline glass and of a die-cast aluminum threaded ring nut with alodine plating finish. 30% fiberglass reinforced injection-molded polyamide ceiling fitting; gray painted die-cast aluminum diffuser support.
design by Michael Anastassiades, 2014. Wall-ceiling lamp providing diffused light. Frame in brass, brushed and transparent varnished or chrome steel. Blown glass opal diffuser.
Logico is originated from the idea of organising a system starting from the light diffusion: the sophisticated blown glass diffuser is used in different versions and its modular and organic shape lends itself to the creation of numerous light compositions. The blown glass diffuser with polished-silk finish, gives a materic aspect when the lamp is on or...