Paolo Lucidi, Luca Pevere
The Aplomb project explores the technological and expressive possibilities of concrete, a rough yet at the same time appealing material, achieving a leap of scale and genre: from large contemporary architectural building to a small designer lamp. Aplomb floor lamp recalls a burning torch, to be grabbed and moved easily to where it is needed. Its light beam is an intense up-light, but it creates no glare because it is completely screened from view by the shape that encloses the light source, that visually takes up space for observers up-front, but with a smaller thickness when observed from the side. Light and material are its absolute focus, without any other elements which would mar its pure design and style.
Floor lamp with indirect light. Cement diffuser, made with a special amalgam coloured with pigments,produced by pouring the fluid mixture into a mould. Extruded aluminium rod and die cast zinc alloy base coated with epoxy powder paint. The transparent cable is fitted with a dimmer which can be used both to adjust the level of luminous intensity gradually or as the on/off switch.
Product group: Free-standing lights Suspended lights General lighting General lighting Floor lamps in metal Floor lamps in concrete Pendant lights in concrete
Designer: Paolo Lucidi Luca Pevere
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