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Euler PL GMP
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Diaphanous, light, metamorphic
Soft, light, undulating like white jellyfish illuminating the ocean. Euler is a collection of ceiling lamps made of white elastic fabric. The fine and diaphanous weave of the shade produces a sensual silky light, filtered by the micro mesh giving an intriguing flou effect.

A collection of various compositions, with seven product configurations to create sizes for all spaces
The Euler concept allows you to insert the catenoid shaped lampshades inside each other, to create seven different configurations of the catalogue product to suit wide open spaces or private homes. The three different diameters combined with the three different heights available create the perfect modular system: you can create long or short dynamic shapes or formations with 2 or 3 levels by inserting one lampshade inside another. Euler is a soft play of overlapping compositions that contains a bright light source consisting of 4 fluorescent bulbs with a special fitting (Gx 24q-4) at 42W. The bulbs can all be dimmed using the DALI system.

The fabric can be removed and washed and the shades are supplied in space-saving packages
The diffusers consist of elastic weave fabric made of 92% PA Polyamide and 8% EA Elastane, which is easy to remove and wash. The fabric has also been tested for hazardous substances in accordance with the oko-tex standard 100. Packaging is reduced to a minimum thanks to the possibility to fold the structure and fabric of the lampshade completely flat. This means significant savings on transportation costs.

Origin of the name
Euler was the name of the Swiss mathematician who discovered the geometric figure of the catenoid, the concept that inspired the collection. The catenoid is a rotation surface obtained by rotating a particular curve plane, called the catenary curve, around the X axis.