Introducing three new lamps from the influential Italian company Boffi
Three new lamps from Boffi illustrate the company’s fine aethetic.
First up is Danae, designed by Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman. Says the designers, “Danae changes from water to air and shows itself in a spiral motion, animated and revealed by a play of light.” The suspended lamp is composed of triangular elements in transparent PVC, filled with air.
Next, Lumi, designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune. This lamp is intended for all spaces, suspended or as wall fixture. It’s available in different sizes and with dimmer, too. The structure is anodised aluminium and opaque polycarbonate. The lamp takes a low-consumption, high-capacity neon bulb.
Finally, Boccia, designed by Piero Lissoni. It comes in two versions: appliqué and suspended.
APPLIQUÉ: Lamp takes the form of an opal glass bowl, with a characteristic shape of a slightly flattened sphere. The lighting element can be fixed to a mirror made of black anodized aluminium frame or in matt varnished white, or can be used as wall-mounted appliqué lamp close to mirrors or not. A top-mounted version also available. Takes LED or halogen. Low-voltage power supply is not necessary. The opal sphere is supported by a white-painted aluminium ring.
SUSPENDED: Lamp takes the form of an opal glass bowl, sphere-shaped with telescopic aluminium tubes, height-adjustable with tightening cylinder. LED. Opal sphere is supported by black satin anodized aluminium tubes with middle tightening cylinder.
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