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The 3x3 light stands out for the lightness of its structure and for the volumen of its diffuser. The three versions are done increasing 1/3 the size of the previous one, creating thus different measures adaptable to domestic spaces as well as architectural facilities.
Designed in two sections that are joint by a bent iron stick, the configuration of the lamp frame, with the meeting of the tripod at the bottom forms a beautiful star-shaped junction that also functions as a cable feed for the lamp flex, incorporating it to the design.The concept for the designer was that a 3-legged tripod actually acts as a cage for the lampshade - with no other screws or fittings to hold it. The frame acts as a furniture-inspired pedestal for the lampshade and the light source. The white finish of the 3x3 lamp gives it a fresh, contemporary feel, but most important is how the lamps play with scale. Whether grouped together, or filling individual spaces, the 3x3 range has a size for every interior.
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Everyday objects with that human touch
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