Oluce - Fresnel 1148 Ceiling/Wall Light Chromium-plated
  • Oluce - Fresnel 1148 Ceiling/Wall Light Chromium-plated
  • Oluce - Fresnel 1148 Ceiling/Wall Light Chromium-plated
  • Oluce - Fresnel

Oluce Fresnel 1148 Ceiling/Wall Light

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A small lamp, a 10 centimeter diameter spot on the wall which can fit into the palm of your hand, with glass that is really a lens, a Fresnel lens.

This makes the light emitted by that tiny object special, soft, deep and diffused. Suitable for both outdoors and indoors with high protective ability which makes it perfect for damp environments, the Fresnel is a lamp designed by Joe Colombo to pass unobserved.

It is one of those perfect objects which cannot be improved on because they are timeless, designed by countless people just like chemist's glass tubes and rods, Chianti flasks, a peasant's scythe or scientific instruments.

Designed : 1966, Ceiling/Wall Light Wall or ceiling lamp giving direct and diffused light. . Indoor or Outdoor use Bulb
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Lacquered aluminium support and Fresnel lens diffuser
1 x max 40W (E14)


2700k 600 4W Led

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 12 cm
Diameter 10 cm.

  • Joe Colombo

    Joe Colombo, Cesare Colombo, known by his nickname ‘joe’ , was born in Milan in 1930 as the second of three brothers. Colombo’s several studies show his interest and urge for knowledge in different areas. After studying science he changed to arts at secondary school. later he studied painting and sculpture at the Accademia di belle arti in brera, Milan before studying architecture at the polytechnic. From 1951 to 1955, Joe Colombo worked independently as a painter and sculptor. He joined the 'nuclear painting' movement and later became a founding member of the 'art concrete' group. He came to design relatively late.
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