The light wings of Fly-Fly, designed by Roberto and Ludovica Palomba, treat the eye to 360° illumination and a feeling of lightness. The transparent form projects the light in the environment and also acts as a screen to avoid glare, making the Fly-Fly fly flexible in terms of placement and hanging height. Made from polycarbonate in a choice of two colors.
Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960 for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark, this modern classic features an asymmetrical shape and tilting head. AJ Table creates direct and angled illumination.
Designed by Tom Dixon, this cast iron light is inspired by the materials and processes employed during the Industrial Revolution. It references the robust components used to build the bridges and engines of the Victorian era through its solid, durable and tactile quality. Made from sand cast iron, the Lean Table lamp has a hollow rounded base with slender arm. Small but tough, minimal yet expressive. Available in black finish or red high-gloss powder coat.
New from Pablo Pardo. When the light filters through the laser-cut streams it creates a radiating pattern resembling the sun's rays, making the resulting shadow as much a part of the fixture as the structure itself.