Nemo Spigolo Vertical Pendant Light
Nemo Spigolo Pendant Light, Pendant lamp based on an extruded and tubular aluminium structure, connected with moulded ABS joints, with white or black painted finish.
- Thanks to the joints, enabling the profiles to house LED sources one can rotate 360° in order to produce a directional direct or indirect lighting, screened by an opaline diffuser in polycarbonate.
- Allows the enlightenment of the ambience in a versatile and a comfortable way.
- LED sources are dimmable and with warm tone. 2 x LED Lamping Source 2 x LED line Total power 50W Emission double, diffused Switching dimmable Tension 110V / 230V Color temperature 3000°K Luminous flux 2500lm + 2500lm Typ cri 83 Energy class A+ Ip class 20
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2 x LED Lamping
Source 2 x linear LED
Total power 48W
Emission double, diffused
Switching mono switch dimmable 1-10V
Tension 110V / 240V
Color temperature 3000K
Luminous flux 4800lm
Typ cri 83
Energy class A+
Materials aluminium + polycarbonate + ABS
Kindly note that this product is CE-approved only and should only be used in countries that follow and accept this standard. If it is used elsewhere it will be at the customer's sole risk, responsibility and liability.
- Size Description
Width 110 cm
Max height 200cm
The Studiocharlie graphics and design studio was founded in 2002 by Gabriele Rigamonti, Carla Scorda and Vittorio Turla. The team designs for a number of companies such as Atipico, Billiani 1911, Boffi, Designercarpets, Lanificio Leo, Lema, Made a Mano, Mipa, Nemo and Vittorio Bonacina. The objects designed by Studiocharlie have a strong graphic aspect: they are drawings in matter and form volumes. Just as drawings on paper use lines and colours, so drawings on a sheet of steel might use laser rays and folds, or on fabric, threads and woven patterns. Steel, wood, wool, rushes, marble, ceramic, lava stone: the fundamental aspect when developing a project is to keep the original idea alive, to restore the same emotion in the finished object as in the creative impulse. In 2004 Studiocharlie was selected by the ADI Design Index, and was distinguished at the 20th Compasso d’Oro ADI for the Csuni font. In 2007 the Punto Pecora fabric for Lanificio Leo was published in the ADI Design Index. Studiocharlie products were chosen for various exhibitions, among them "The New Italian Design", a travelling exhibition curated by the Triennale Design Museum, shown in Milan, Madrid, Istambul, Beijing, Nantou, Bilbao, San Francisco and Santiago in Chile between 2007 and 2013.