Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp Glossy white / white shade
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp Glossy white / white shade
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp Polished aluminium / clear shade
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp Polished aluminium / white shade
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp
  • Rotaliana Dina Small Led Bedside Lamp

Rotaliana Dina +

€350.00
Availability if not in stock 1 to 2 weeks.
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Dina is a small table lamp that offers diffused light. It is a bedside lamp made with polycarbonate and is installed on an aluminium structure.

On/off and dimmer functions by means of a touch sensor on the base. This “ordinary” shape hides a LED source.

The diffuser, either translucent or chromed, turns transparent when the light is switched on and reveals the absence of a traditional bulb, just like magic.

It’s light is warm and soft, making it perfect as a bedside, desktop or living-room lamp.

Specifications

Dina+ is a table lamp composed of a polycarbonate diffuser and an aluminum frame which supports the LED and optics polycarbonate. On the basis of the lamp has been inserted the button for the regulation of light and a USB socket to recharge any electronic device. Dina+ is also equipped with a rechargable battery that allows it to be used and moved freely in the house, in the garden or wherever you need light, without having to be plugged in.

LED
2700K
365 lUMEN
7w

Size Description

Diameter 20 cm (7.9″)
Diameter foot 11 cm (4.3″)
Heigh 37 cm (14.6″)

  • Giovanni Lauda

    Giovanni Lauda was born in 1956 in Naples, where he gained a degree in architecture and was a member of the Morozzi & Partners studio from 1988 to 1991. In 1992 he opened the D&L Studio together with Dante Donegani. He created products in the home sector for Sedie & Company, Uchino, Play line, Le Cose Nostre, Edra, Radice Lucepland and Viceversa. Giovanni Lauda has designed furnishings for homes and stores, staging for art exhibitions, and commercial layouts. In 1996 he participated in the creation of an exhibition entitles "Italian design from 1964 to 1990" at the Triennale of Milan, and contributed to an exhibition called "Italy and Japan: Design as Lifestyle" in 2001. He has been teaching at the Domus Academy in Milan since 1993.
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