Intercepting the lightness
"It is at both poles of the planet where the Earth’s axis of rotation intersects with the celestial sphere. Guided by this event, Arctic Circle is characterized by the use of fabric ribbons arranged radially, which are linked together to converge in the center and join with the lampshade at one of its poles. Despite being a solid and firm piece, the play of overlapping ribbons one after the other gives the lamp a lightweight quality, evoking the layers and blocks of ice that run along the Arctic Ocean. The Arctic Circle collection has the contradictory ability to emanate cool air while creating a warm climate. Inspired by a postcard from the North Pole, this collection is available in turquoise green and cream, as well as in three sizes that can be combined.
Base where G9 lamp holder is located and back base, in stamped steel. Finished in textured white lacquering (RAL 9016). Opal triplex acid-etched blown glass shade diffuser. Glass diffuser shade fixing system, through a system of three internal springs fixed on the support. Ribbon shade in turqouise green colour. Code 4014. Ribbon shade in cream colour. Code 4004."
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Arctic Circle, veggarmatur
"Base where G9 lamp holder is located and back base, in stamped steel. Finished in white lacquering ( RAL9016). Opal triplex acid-etched blown glass shade diffuser. Glass diffuser shade fixing system, through a system of three internal springs fixed on the support."
"Translucent decorative lampshade using an artisan taping system. Finishes in turquoise green and cream."
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