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  • Nemo Capri Ceiling Lamp

    312
    250

    Family of indoor spotlights for accent lighting.
    The luminaire is rotatable by 90° vertically and 355° horizontally to allow the free orientation of the light in any direction.
    The excellent heat dissipation structure and the built-in driver are perfectly combined together in an integrated design with a aesthetic compact and minimal aesthetic.
    The light beam angle is adjustable to meet any lighting requirement

    Available dimmer 0-10V and DALI as well. Please ask more information: info@laterna.ee

  • Vistosi Riflesso SP Suspension Lamp

    682

    Soap bubbles, childhood memories.
    The LED light passes through a glass bubble to refract on a mirror in a game of continuous rebounds.
    Glass is not only a diffuser, but also an almost invisible intermediary between the light source and the reflecting element.
    The simplicity and lightness of glass become the main features in three different sinuous shapes of suspensions and table version enriched by crystal, smoke, amber and light amethyst tones.
    Gold and copper finishes.

    Options for the glass and frame finish:
    glass finish: amber/transparent, white/transparent, crystal/transparent, smoky/transparent, light amethyst/transparent
    frame finish: matt gold, matt copper

  • SLV Bato 35 PD Suspension Lamp

    289299

    The pendants in the BATO family are available in two sizes and three colour variants. You can also choose between built-in LED light sources
    and an E27 socket. The family is completed with associated wall lights and ceiling lights. The BATO is supplied ready for direct connection to a 230V mains power supply. This luminaire has integrated bulbs in energy classes: A – A++

  • Artemide Tatsuno-Otoshigo Suspension Lamp IN-EI

    1260

    “IN-EI” – Japanese for “shadow, shadiness, nuance”. The art of lighting has a conceptual and technological heritage at the Miyake Design Studio, dating back to 2010, when Issey Miyake and his research and development team called Reality Lab., presented 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE.  This new process was developed using a mathematical program with 3-D geometric principals by Jun Mitani. 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE is an extremely ingenious way by which to make clothing, and a process that provides yet another example of directions the quest for innovative textiles technologies can take. The project comes from the intersection of creativity and mathematics, resulting in clothing that can be folded flat and become 3D shapes, starting from a single piece of cloth.  As the Reality Lab. explored 132 5. ISSEY MIYAKE’s potential in areas beyond clothing, a natural extension of the process was lighting products. IN-EI ISSEY MIYAKE was born from a collaboration with Artemide marrying their lighting expertise with the Lab.’s innovative approach to the material and design. The IN-EI ISSEY MIYAKE lighting collection was co-developed and manufactured by Artemide. It is a collection of free-standing, table and hanging lights. Each lampshade is created using 2 or 3D mathematic principals, where light and shade harmoniously alternate. Miyake’s unique folding technology creates both statuesque forms as well as sufficient solidity. The structure of the recycled material, together with an additional surface treatment allows these shades to perfectly keep their shape without the need for internal frame, and to be re-shaped when needed. They can be easily stored flat when not in use.