Glassglass Lámpara De Pared / Techo Luceplan

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Luceplan, Glassglass Suspension Lamp : With GlassGlass, thanks to its versatility, lighting scenarios and different atmospheres can be created to match everyday situations. The blown glass diffuser bodies are “originals” because, although made within a modern cycle of serial production, the ancient blowing process craft is maintained, as it was in Syria and later in the Roman Empire in 100 BC. 

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Luceplan, Glassglass Suspension Lamp : With GlassGlass, thanks to its versatility, lighting scenarios and different atmospheres can be created to match everyday situations. The blown glass diffuser bodies are “originals” because, although made within a modern cycle of serial production, the ancient blowing process craft is maintained, as it was in Syria and later in the Roman Empire in 100 BC. The light can be clamped both to the ceiling and to the wall.

The attachment rosette comprises a rigid arm and, in the case of wall installations, it allows the diffuser to be distanced from the wall. The electric cable is a bearing element because it runs along a steel mesh sheath. This can bear heavy weights, the ends of which are fixed to the rosette and to the terminal diffuser ring support. The system of the ring with handle, fixed to the mouth of the glass, and easily hooked onto the bearing frame, offers handiness, safety, simple assembly and maintenance previously unthinkable for glass diffusers on that scale. GLASSGLASS makes it possible simply to interchange its glass units chosen from a wide range of forms, colours and transparencies to satisfy the most diverse and personal needs.

100% Original

Los productos a la venta en Miliashop son originales y están garantizados por certificados de autenticidad.

Material de construcción Blown glass diffuser bodies. Diecast metal bearing frame.
Altura max 124
Difusor Ø 22,5x H 30,6 cm
Fuente luminosa max 250W E27; 105/140W HSGSA E27 energy saver; 23W FBT E27; 205W HSGST E27 energy saver.
Designer Paolo Rizzatto, 1998