Oluce Eva Table Lamp 216
  • Oluce Eva Table Lamp 216
  • Oluce Eva Table Lamp 216
  • Oluce Eva Table Lamp
  • Oluce Eva Table Lamp 216

Oluce Eva Table Lamp 216

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LED indirect light metal table lamp.

Eva began as a question that I asked myself: as a designer, what does light represent to me? The answer was simple: form. My project was born and developed in the intimate contact between light and form. In the same way that light brings an object to life, without that same object light would never take shape.

Their connection, their dependence on one another, is what I wanted to explore and highlight in my project, through the opposites of full-empty and light-dark. In my projects,

I always look for a potential artistic or architectural relationship that inspires and sustains the product that I want to create. The inspiration for Eva came to me as I was contemplating the Pantheon.  (Francesca Borelli)

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1 x max 12.5 W LED 220V 
Materials: metal Colors: external white - black/ inner gold
Certifications: CE

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

Diameter 25cm

  • Francesca Borelli

    Francesca Borelli, was born in Rome on 1 March 1993. After graduating from a scientific high school she earned her undergraduate degree in Product Design from the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Rome and is currently working towards a master's degree in Design at the University of Florence (UNIFI). She became interested in the subject matter as a young girl when she would accompany her mother to her architectural studio, discovering a sense of tranquillity and creativity and awakening her passion. She played with rulers, set squares, and colours, and above all spent most of the time staring at an enormous poster that showed chairs of every kind, drawing her own crooked and impossible versions. That poster is now on the wall in her room. For as much as she is able, at such a young age, to define herself in the field of design, what she has thus far discovered is that she has a propensity for furniture design that is both emotional and conceptual. She likes form as much as colour, and the two together. People say she is introspective and analytical, and she hopes that one day her objects will represent her.
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