The wall lamp "Line parete" is an evolution of the homonymous suspension equipment, and exploits the peculiarities of ovalized pyrex glass to convey an essential image. Minimal, not minimum. Indeed, its generous size, the importance of its materials, the presence of two sources acting as wall-washers upwards and downwards, make "Line" a completely new product on the market. "Line parete", a transparent glass cane, wisely screened where the light sources are placed, is designed to decorate the walls of our houses in an extremely original way.
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Wall lamp giving indirect light (up & down) in transparent oval Pyrex glass. Structure and reflecting screen in polished aluminium.
2 x max 6W ( LED) Line 147
2 x max 40W (G9) Line 148
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 14 cm
Deep 10 cm
Height 30 cm or 43 cm
Francesco Rota graduated in product design at Art Center College of Design in 1994. He opens his own studio in 1998 and works in different fields of design: product, furniture, showrooms, offices, residential interiors and events design for: Alchemy, Arketipo, Bals Tokyo, Barilla, Fiat, Frag ,John Richmond, Knoll International, L’Oreal Paris, Malo, Martini & Rossi, Mercedes Benz, Paola Lenti, O Luce, Versus. Francesco Rota has been awarded with 2 honorable mentions for the compasso d’oro with Linea and Island which are today in the Historical Collection of the ADI Compasso d’Oro Award. He ha s taken part in several exhibitions held at: St. Etienne Biennale du Design, Hannover Messe, Triennale di Milano, Reggia di Venaria Reale_Torino, Moss_New York, Material Connection_New York, Biennale di Architettura_Venezia,Royal Academy of Arts_Londra, The Merchandise Mart_Chicago, Miami Design Distrisct, Biltmore Fashion Park_Phoenix, Bellerive Museum_Zurich and other private galleries and showrooms around the world. Since May 2004 he has thaught in the Master Research Study Program in Industrial Design at the Istituto Europeo di design, in collaboration with Magis.