Rotaliana String W1 Wall Lamp
Rotaliana String W1 wall lamp. String is an indirect-light table lamp, with a two arms structure and LED source. String is also available in the floor version as a reading lamp. It can be fixed on the wall using an elegant die-cast aluminium support or can be placed directly on the desk with a practical clamp.
- The structure is a thin metal section that bends and rotates the ray of light in every direction.
- The two arms structure of the lamp is a double-T section made with extruded aluminium. Joints are in die-cast aluminium, hinges and pulleys are in turned steel.
- The movement is balanced by a flowing in-section elastic chord which is covered by a synthetic coloured textile.
- The base of the lamp is made with aluminium with a cast iron ballast.
- The adjustable head, made with moulded plastic material, is easily handled thanks to the central hole.
- The switch is positioned directly on the bottom side of the polycarbonate diffuser.
- The use of LEDs offers luminous brightness and energy efficiency with only a 7.2W consumption.
- String is a new table lamp.
- It combines LED technology, easy handling, freedom of movement and original design, characterized by a simple and linear structure as well as by the coloured elastic chord and highly iconic head-handle which recalls the shape of a disc.
The two arms structure of the lamp is a double-T section made in extruded aluminium. Joints, hinges and puleys are in die-cast aluminium.
The movement is balanced by an in-section flowing elastic chord which is covered by a synthetic coloured textile.
The base of the lamp is made in aluminium with a cast iron ballast.
The adjustable head, in moulded plastic material, is easy to move thanks to the central hole.
- Size Description
Diameter lamp 10.5 cm (4.1″)
Diameter foot 10.5 cm (4.1″)
Height 44 cm (17.3″)
Length 46 cm (18.1″)
Giovanni Lauda was born in 1956 in Naples, where he gained a degree in architecture and was a member of the Morozzi & Partners studio from 1988 to 1991. In 1992 he opened the D&L Studio together with Dante Donegani. He created products in the home sector for Sedie & Company, Uchino, Play line, Le Cose Nostre, Edra, Radice Lucepland and Viceversa. Giovanni Lauda has designed furnishings for homes and stores, staging for art exhibitions, and commercial layouts. In 1996 he participated in the creation of an exhibition entitles "Italian design from 1964 to 1990" at the Triennale of Milan, and contributed to an exhibition called "Italy and Japan: Design as Lifestyle" in 2001. He has been teaching at the Domus Academy in Milan since 1993.