Oluce Dancing Queen Suspension Lamps

€2,500.00
Availability if not in stock 3 to 4 weeks.
Colors: *
  • Matt Laquered
  • Lacquered grey
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€88.25
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Victor Vasilev has designed a decorative yet technical lamp: Dancing Queen, a suspended lamp with a flexible compositional structure that allows different light layouts. The composition’s pivotal element is a central horizontal body that encloses the LED light source and supports ten thin metal cylinders of different diameters designed as adjustable spotlights.

The spotlights, usually conceived as technical components, become a decorative element in this lamp because of their irregular design in size and positioning along the central support. Dancing Queen resembles a suspended sculpture and creates fascinating lighting harmonies. It is available in two colour variants: matt black and glossy grey.

Elegance and functionality, quality and dynamism of light, simple lines and contemporary finishes make Dancing Queen a project that offers different lighting configurations perfect for everyday domestic scenarios

Specifications

456 1 x 35 W (LED) - 2700°K - 4200 lm - CRI>85

Metal/Glass Matt black/Matt black stem - Lacquered grey/Matt black stem 

CE Certifications CB Certifications UL Certifications CCC Certifications

Size Description

Width 125cm

  • Victor Vasilev

    <p>Born in Bulgaria and based in Milan where he opened an office in 2004, Victor Vasilev (Plovdiv, 1974) studied architecture at the Milan Polytechnic and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. A close relationship between architecture, interiors, and product design characterises Vasilev's work. He designs objects, spaces and buildings in an attempt to give shape to holistic environments pursuing formal and material purity. An exciting field of investigation for Victor Vasilev is sanitary ware. Kub is a washbasin designed in 2010 to explore the possibilities offered by two radically different materials - marble and glass; the crystal basin seems to "carve out" its place from the stone volume.</p>
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