In creating Solis, designer Carmine Deganello set out to engage with light in its archetypal form: the sun’s rays.
The resulting piece is an engaging blend of light and shadows, casting shimmering rays and radiating patterns onto a space.
The effect is a sense of weightlessness — and a redefined environment that invites a new kind of relationship with the light source.
A suspension lamp made of lightweight polyester fabric and stainless steel, Solis can be used as a pendant, hung from a wall, or as a freestanding, portable luminaire.
FINISHES: White Silver Black
MATERIALS: Polyester fabric shade Nickel-chrome steel hardware Fabric cord
FEATURES: Full-range dim (in-line slide dimmer) Ships flat-packed
SPECIFICATIONS: Voltage: 120V or 240V 50/60Hz
Fire retardant polyester fabric
Cord length: 16’ (488cm) 1 year warranty
BULB TYPE: (1x) E26-75W-PAR30 NSP bulb
CERTIFICATIONS: UL listed components, CE
- Size Description
Lenght 61, 122 or 183cm
Carmine Deganello. Based in Amsterdam and Milan, Deganello?s creative process begins with materiality and an empirical approach that is highly experimental. Research on materials and the ways in which they can unexpectedly drive the productive process is essential to his work. His lamp, Solis, is a product of Carmine’s shared sensibilities and long-term collaboration with Pablo. Deganello has worked extensively in Europe as well as the United States, his projects have been presented, among others, at the Triennale Design Museum as part of the New Italian Design collection and at the MAK Museum for applied and contemporary art in Vienna. He is a graduate of Florence’s Institudo Superiore per la Industrie Artistiche.