Fritz Hansen Caravaggio Read Floor Lamp
Caravaggio Read is yet another addition to designer Cecilie Manz' iconic Caravaggio series. Based on the wall lamp's adjustable shade, she has created a whole new universe of Caravaggio lamps with functional, directional light.
These small lamps do exactly what they should and have a design that is as simple and minimalist as possible. The floor lamp can rotate 260 degrees around its own axis thus giving the user an extraordinary degree of flexibility.
The floor lamp is fitted with a 3-step touch control dimmer for adjustment of light intensity.
The small diameter of the base means that it is easy to position the lamp. In this way, the floor lamp can be pulled all the way to the sofa and provide you with light exactly where you need it. The floor lamp is fairly low to ensure that the light is more intimate.
Material White, Grey25, Black: Drawn steel and die-cast zinc alloy Opal: Hand-blown opal glass and die-cast zinc alloy I
nstallation Grey PVC cord with plug, cable length 2.5 m, 3-step touch dimmer on the stand to adjust the light intensity
Energy Label A++, A+, A, B, C, D
Class Isolation Class II, IP20 Certifications CE
- Size Description
Diameter base 16cm
Cecilie Manz wants to sent the message that everything is possible. This positive conviction stems from her upbringing in a creative environment of artists and craftsmen. Her interest in design and materials brought her to Danmarks Designskole (the Danish School of Design), where she studied a curriculum of furniture and implements. Her determination to explore function and ability to think conceptually was sharpened further during a period of study in Helsinki. Today in her own design studio, Cecilie Manz strives to combine conceptualism with the Danish penchant for durable materials and sublime, craftsman-like finish. An innovative fire and sense of detail express themselves in Cecilie Manz?fs lighting designs for Lightyears. As she puts it, new products should either be innovative and rejuvenating, or offer improvement, in order to earn recognition. Thus, she has done her utmost to develop designs that do not steal attention from the light, but ensure that function always prevails.