Bevk Perović Arhitekti
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Two shells, one black one white are joined to form a sharp borderline between dark and light. Held together by three velcro bands leaves the edges of shells free without metallic joints. When the lamp is on, the inner white shell diffuses The lamp’s design owes its form to the funnel, a highly typical household object, something all our grandmothers used in their kitchens, bottling and decanting wine, olive oil and similar throughout their lifetimes.
While a familiar object it’s also been transformed into a new one, hanging above the kitchen or dining table as a recognizable, iconic light source – a small funell that serves as a ceiling rosette, a large one casting light onto the horizontal surface below.
The same elements are further transformed into table and floor lamps, with a large pivoting funnel shade that allows for specific directing of the light.
A tube-like ray of light projects up and out of the top of the shade, creating a playful dot on the ceiling or neighbouring walls.a soft and comfortable light, while the indirect light coming from the top gives the impression that the lamp is floating below the ceiling. The contrast of black ABS outside and opal white acrylic inside is eye-catching even when the light is off. The three elements: shade, diffusor and velcro tie bands are clear and visible features in the design and make this lamp easy to maintain. No manual is needed to change the lamp.
The standard versions includes either a 60W flourescent lamp or dual 60 and 55W flourescent lamps for extra illumination, thus enabeling the use of Borderline in different spaces.
Material: spun aluminium, steel
Colour: matt white
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