Enck is available in 3 colours: matt white, polished chrome, dull gold. Electrification on main voltage for halogen bulbs, according to the different vattage forseen for the ceiling or wall installation.
Elegant, refined and slim, Enck is the new die-cast aluminium lamp, upshot of the creativity of designer Francesco Lucchese. Enck is based on the idea of light filtering through a slim, almost imperceptible structure. The shape is round, inspired by nature. The structure consists of two slot-in shells and is based on the idea of a sea-shell. The quick-coupling to the base has been designed for utmost ease of assembly and maintenance. Only a slight pressure is required to detach the lamp from the wall-mounted bracket. Bracket versatility also allows either wall or ceiling mounting; ideal for all lighting and furnishing requirements.
This sculptural lamp, with its warm LED light, is available in 3 finishes: white, black and grey. It consumes just 26W.
Behind the creation of Kwark, a lamp with an unusual reticular structure, in natural or coated die-cast aluminium, is the genius of Karim Rashid. Featuring a rear panel which reflects the light of the LEDs, the lamp produces an extraordinary volumetric light effect. The definition of quark (pronounced kwark) given by the dictionary is “an elementary particle and a fundamental element making up matter”. Kwark is a development of the organic fluid landscape concept created by Karim Rashid, a 3-D module producing an undulated three-dimensional effect which can be endlessly multiplied by grouping several lamps together.
Versatility is the best adjective for describing this collection of hanging lights designed for interior installation.
Roofer, inspired by roof tiles, is available in three different shapes and five diameters and is ideal for installation in both large and small interiors. The choice of light source, halogen or fluorescent, also makes it possible to adequately light up both public and private environments with the utmost freedom. Roofer’s universal nature is also evident in the possibility of shortening the wires to permit ceiling installation. The lamp’s colour assortment also makes it possible to satisfy personal taste and match this with the surrounding furnishings. The five different frame shapes can in fact be personalised by easily fitting onto the structure the flakes in semi-rigid rubber material, available in various colours and which can be machine washed. Finally, the lower part of the lamp is closed by a canvas-covered fabric.
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Nature: the project origin. Endless views. Sceneries built by single or multiple elements. Tile comes to life from a Pamio Design idea to design a lamp, a bright wall which starts from a single clear glass element. It originates in the natural organic space and suggests manifold conjugations. A light transparent modular changing lamp, free to be created. The clear glass tile turns into an element to design rigid or waved bright walls, to create or divide spaces, to catch the attention in public and private areas offering a full personalization of the lamp building.
The Lumi diffusers are made of satin-finish blown glass in many different shapes and sizes. The supporting structures are made of white coated metal or polyester reinforced with glass fibre.
The Lumi collection by Alberto Saggia & Valerio Sommella, was created in order to cater to the need to renew the light sphere product type and, more in general, blown opal white glass lamps. The name Lumi is important for two reasons: the first is more direct, being tied to the lighting world, which intends collecting under a single name a precise type of lamp, but with a refined and archaic term; the second has to do with the translation of the word “snow” in Finnish, i.e., “lumi”, thereby again underscoring how the main feature of these lamps is the opal white diffuser, with soft and delicate shapes, just like snow.