Astep Candela Table Lamp
Lignt & Change Candela generates its own electricity, enabling you to charge your mobile devices via USB cable. It is easily ignited with a match or lighter; a full tank contains 300 ml of bioethanol enough for five hours of use. With an internal battery that charges whenever there is a flame, Candela can charge mobile phones and tablets even when powered‑off.
The smokeless flame can be used indoors and outdoors. Ideal for cafés, restaurants, waiting rooms and private homes, Candela provides a warm cozy light and a thoughtful power port.
Candela is responsibly assembled in Italy, with recyclable materials such as opalescent glass and aluminum, and a variety of high-temperature advanced thermal materials.
Materials Opaline Glass Diffuser, Aluminium Body
Light Source Integrated LED 1.5W 2200K
Charging System Bioethanol Fuel Connector USB Type A Fuel Capacity 260ml
- Size Description
Dimensions ∅ 186 x 241mm
Diffuser Diameter ∅ 186mm
, born in 1975 in Argentina. After obtaining the Industrial Design degree at Universidad Nacional de Cordoba he moves to Milano, where he obtains his Master in Design at Domus Academy. <br />In 2000 he works as tutor for Domus Academy and since then has collaborated with them in the fields of research and teaching. He is former Design Manager of Domus Design Lab. <br />After working for architect Paolo Rizzato for four years he opens his own studio in Milan, developing product and communication projects for design studios and companies in Europe and Argentina: BMW, Danese Milano, Driade, Domus Academy, Paolo Rizzatto, Alberto Meda, Olivetti, Sector Pirelli, Conven, Apen Group, Italkero and Sumampa.<br />Received several international prizes: Design Preis Schweiz, Honorable Mention (1999), LG Competition Korea, 2 Honorable Mention (1999), ID Magazine Annual Design Review (2000), BMW/Domus ?A key for future mobile solutions”, First Prize (2001), Design Report Award nomination (2001), Design Report Award (2004), Special Mention.<br />Exhibited at Future Concept Lab Seminars, Salone Satellite 2001 and 2004 and Fuori Saloni 2002, 2003 and 2005 at Milano.<br />His projects have been published by main design pubblications. <p></p>