Nemo Aquarius Wall/Ceiling Lamp

Nemo
Nemo Aquarius Wall/Ceiling Lamp
Nemo
Sealed lamp for indoor and outdoor, wall or ceiling mount. In addition to producing direct light, Aquarius is characterised by a secondary light...more
€151.00
Availability if not in stock 3 to 4 weeks.
  • Silver Grey
  • Chrome - +€28.00

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Sealed lamp for indoor and outdoor, wall or ceiling mount. In addition to producing direct light, Aquarius is characterised by a secondary light output which can be projected onto the ceiling or wall, slightly tinted according to the colour of the body.

Diffuser in moulded glass with prismatic surface. Structure painted in silver grey epoxy-coated steel, anthracite or in chromed brass. Rear diffuser in moulded transparent polycarbonate.

Suitable for installation on normally inflammable surfaces.

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Size Description

Diameter 25cm
Depth 10cm

Specifications

LED
Lamping

Source LED board
Total power 20W
Emission diffused
Tension 230V
Color temperature 3000K
Luminous flux 2000lm
Typ cri80
Materials steel + glass + PC

 

E27 FLUO/HALO/LED
Lamping

Source E27 A60
Total power 75W
Emission diffused + courtesy
Switching dimmable according to bulb
Tension 230
VIp class 55
Materials steel + glass + PC

designer

Mario Barbaglia

Mario Barbaglia
Mario Barbaglia was born in Milan in 1950, he graduated in architecture from the Milan Polytechnic, where he was a pupil of Paolo Portoghesi. In 1975 he opened an office with Marco Colombo they remained partners until 1999 which initially focused on interior design projects for commercial areas. In 1984, the office started working with PAF, which was later to become Italiana Luce. The Dove table lamp and other innovative products were the result of this experience. Various objects by Barbaglia have received international prizes and are to be found in the collections of such major museums as the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York, the Muse des Arts Dcoratifs in Paris and the Rufino Tamajo Museum in Mexico City.
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Marco Colombo

Marco Colombo
The architects and designers Marco Colombo and Mario Barbaglia opened in 1975 their own architecture practice in Milan, which initially has dedicated to interior design projects for commercial spaces. At the base of their projects there’s a particular attention to health, energy conservation and sustainability. In 1984 the practice started a collaboration with PAF (which then has become Italiana Luce and present days Nemo Cassina): from this experience are born the table lamp DOVE and many other innovative products. Among the numerous prizes and acknowledgments we’d like to remember, in 1985 the presence of the table lamp DOVE in the permanent collection of the “Cooper-Hawitt Museum” in New York and in the Museo Rufino Tamayo” in Mexico city. In 1987 and 1992 they have received the “Oscar des Architectes d’Interiérieur” by the “Salon International du Luminaire” of Paris, in 1988 the cover of the American edition of the International Design Yearbook and the prizes “Product of the year” and “Best Residential Lighting Product” in 1993.
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