01 product description
An organic, elegant and familiar shape that does not use pure geometry as its point of reference and is therefore truer and closer to the exemplarity that we find in nature. Gregg is a concentration of purity, eccentricity and freedom with the trademark design of Ludovica + Roberto Palomba. Gregg is a decorative object with a special, innovative formality. The eclectic personality of its volume offers a different image depending on where you view it from. Gregg is a hanging lamp, ceiling light, wall light and table lamp. It has a white, satinised diffuser that totally embraces the light source and gives excellent light diffusion.
This versatile, transversal collection can be placed in any context and demonstrates that traditional material like glass can be liberated from its usual canons to offer a public searching for originality solutions that are never banal.
|Head of lamp|
Width of luminaire head
|130 mm, 310 mm, 470 mm|
Height head of lamp
|110 mm, 260 mm, 400 mm|
03 technical data
|recommended Illuminant, means of lighting|
Form of protection (DIN 40050)
|IP20 protection against: solids > 12 mm|
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06 TagsFoscarini Articles, Foscarini Products, Ludovica + Roberto Palomba Articles, Ludovica + Roberto Palomba Products
07 Articles about Foscarini and Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
Floors to fit
The Domotex in Hanover showed the full reach of what flooring can do today, ranging from stylishly designed carpet tiles and waterproof laminates through to impressive carpet artworks.› To the article
Tutto è progetto!
Based in Veneto, luminaire manufacturer Foscarini relies wholly on the strength of design. Instead of developing models itself, the company has devised a system whereby it selects convincing designs from projects.› To the article
The renaissance of the rug:
Roberto Palomba meets Jan Kath
At the DOMOTEX 2015 press conference in Berlin the designer and special guest of Innovations@DOMOTEX, Roberto Palomba from Milan, and carpet designer Jan Kath met for the first time ever. The pair soon started chatting about tattoo carpets, silky clouds and doing creative work in the air. An interview by Martina Metzner.› To the article