Published on : Monday, February 21, 2022
Mesmerising collection from Oluce outdoor range sets in relaxing mood for all. Otto by Federica Farina, is a path-light with a soft, beguiling shape. The slim disc of the base supports a cylindrical stem on which an adjustable semi-sphere housing the LED light rests. The head, thanks to a mechanism allowing it to incline, can direct the strip of light in varying sizes, allowing for a variety of uses.
Amanita is a lamp by Mariana Pellegrino Soto consisting of two discs: the first, the slimmest, functions as the base, while the second and thicker of the two houses the LED bulb. The two metal discs are connected and spaced by a slim, oblique stem in the shape of a ‘Z’. The same design, with revised proportions and modified materials and finishes, is also offered in its outdoor version. Amanita is transformed from reading lamp to an elegant outdoor path-light.
Niwa is an indoor/outdoor lamp designed by Christophe Pillet that was inspired by the ancient on-board lamps, revisited in a contemporary style thanks to its cleaner-cut shapes and sophisticated finishes.
The light bulb is protected by a glass bell and both are fixed to a metal cone, available in several different versions according to the type of lamp: cable-suspended in the indoor suspended version and with a free line cable in the outdoor version, where Niwa reveals a nomadic soul, lending itself to a wide range of applications, coiled around a tree branch or resting, free, on a green English lawn.
Fresnel is a lamp created by Joe Colombo with the intention of appearing to be one of those perfect objects, that cannot be improved any further because it has been designed by time, capable of making essentiality and practicality synonyms of elegance.
Lyndon is a project by Vico Magistretti created in 1977 and developed over the years into a wide range that includes many variations and sizes: for both indoor and outdoor use as well as suspension, floor or wall lamps.