Rotaliana Flow T1/T2 Table Lamp
  • Rotaliana Flow T1/T2 Table Lamp
  • Rotaliana Flow T1/T2 Table Lamp
  • Rotaliana Flow T1/T2 Table Lamp
  • Rotaliana Flow T1/T2 Table Lamp
  • Rotaliana Flow

Rotaliana Flow T1/T2 Table Lamp

€561.00
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Flow, Which means a flux of light. The diffuser is the most characterising part of this lamp. In fact, Flow's diffuser is made of moulded opal polycarbonate and has a spheroidal volume; visually speaking,

it looks like a decomposed series of concent ric rings that intercept and diffuse light in the room. The shape of the diffuser changes according to the angle of observation; it looks as if the lamp were dematerialising itself and embodied a flow of energy, an electric vibration. The family is composed of floor, table lamp, ceiling and suspension lamps. The diffuser of the floor and table lamps is mounted on a metal stem, and the lamps are fitted with a metallic ring-like touch dimmer that matches the design of the diffuser.

Specifications

Injection moulded opal polycarbonate spherical diffuser
Powder coated metal stem; turned steel base
Transparent power cable
on/off and dimmer funcions by means of a touch sensor on the stem.

Size Description

Flow T1
Base 32cm
Height 67cm
Diameter lamp 41cm

Flow T2
Base 25cm
Height 60cm
Diameter lamp 32,5cm

  • Dante Donegani

    Born in Pinzolo (province of Trento) in 1957. Dante Donegani gained a degree in architecture in Florence in 1983. From 1987 to 1991 he worked in the Olivetti Corporate Identity department. Since 1991 he has been the director of the master's program in design at the Domus Academy in Milan. In 1992 he opened the D&L Studio together with Giovanni Lauda. He has designed layouts for art exhibitions, corporate identity projects, and products for a number of companies that include Memphis, Stildomus, Isuz, Steel and Luceplan, Le Cose Nostre, Edra, Radice and Viceversa. Dante Donegani has won important competitions in architecture, and his work have been displayed in numerous exhibitions. In 2001 he was responsible for setting up the "home" section of the exhibition entitled "Italy and Japan: Design as Lifestyle". .
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