Petite Friture Suspension Lamp Vertigo Nova Small
  • Petite Friture Suspension Lamp Vertigo Nova Small
  • Petite Friture Suspension Lamp Vertigo Nova
  • Petite Friture Suspension Lamp Vertigo Nova

Petite Friture Suspension Lamp Vertigo Nova Large

€1,329.17
Availability if not in stock approximate 3 to 4 weeks.
Color: *
  • Black
  • White
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€43.80
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Petite Friture and Constance Guisset, an inseparable duo with lofty ambitions, have started a new chapter of the Vertigo story with Vertigo Nova: a highly technical piece of sophisticated design. The collection includes items, from table and floor lamps to suspension and wall lights, all available in either black or white.

The vast veil of graphic lines mounted atop a sphere of handblown glass uses built-in LED technology to emit a soft light.

Vertigo Nova quivers as the geometric curve of the fiberglass hoop. Installed by hand by qualified French artisans and held delicately but firmly in place by taught ribbons, reacts to the lightest of breezes. Vertigo Nova is the epitome of striking a balance between technology and elegance. Read more

Specifications

Materials : Fiberglass, steel, polyurethane, Triplex glass, aluminum

ILLUMINANT : 1350 lumens CE : 210-220v, 50-60Hz UL : 110v-120v, 60Hz 10 Watt Color temp 2700K°

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

Ø: 190 cm | 74.8 inch

  • Constance Guisset

    Constance has a master’s degree at ENSCI - Les Ateliers. Born in 1976, she lives and works in Paris. “My work is centred around a research on illusion of vision and surprise. I endeavour to create moving objects that produce either a long-lasting astonishment or a passing fascination. The manufacturing of a project, to be understood as transformation, is a process during which the object becomes reality, only holding back the very necessary, the initial lightness and fantasy. At the end, the object comes out of its chrysalis as a finished product, exclusively to be handled by the final user. And takes its independence.”
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