Babila demonstrates that, when it comes to a design, the material can be as important as the shape. This new outdoor wall sconce is of polished stainless steel, with a rounded mirror producing a panoramic effect, reflecting its surroundings. It is not designed to be an architectural element, but rather a simple and beautiful object that draws attention, whether on or off, as it reveals the daily life occurring around it.
Babila comes in two sizes, 18 and 28 cm in diameter, and is also available in matt white or brown varnished aluminium, which provide a more discreet alternative to the chrome finish. In all of them an aura of blurred light is generated, a detail that contrasts with its material. Its lighting is indirect, soft on the wall, and well integrated into outside spaces.
LED COB 8W 230V 2700K CRI90
Light source - 544lm ( included)
Diffuser in polished stainless steel AISI 316 or lacquered aluminium diffuser
- Size Description
Depth: 8.6cm Diameter: 18cm
Marco Zanuso was born in Milan in 1916, he graduated in archtecture from the Polytechnic in Milan where he worked as professor afterwards. He has influenced architecture and industrial design since 1945. He was editor in chief at Domus from 1947 to 1949 and from 1952 to 1954 he was editor at Casabella. Among Zanuso's most important architectural works there are the Olivetti industrial complexes in Buenos Aires and in S?o Paolo whereas among his most important objects there are furnishings designed for Artflex, the Brion Vega television set and the Borletti and Necchi sewing-machine. He has been awarded many international prizes at various Triennials and has received several Compasso d'Oro design awards.