The subtle difference
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/3/2018
Light + Building recently closed its doors to the public in Frankfurt/Main. Which topics are people still talking about? Here is Stylepark’s retrospective overview of the fair.
Riluminator is the makeover of Luminator designed by Pietro Chiesa in 1932. This lamp shares with the classic icon floor lamp not only its geometric, torch-like shape, but also the direction of its light source.
Reworked in a plastic technopolymer produced with “rotation” technology, the body is cylindrical at the base, opening out as it rises to create a cone-shaped trunk that characterizes the design of the object, it houses and hides the LED light source. Riluminator is available in three contemporary colours: red, grey and white, to highlight the continuity and essentiality of unmistakable design.
The light source, controlled by a pedal switch, can be regulated with a specific LED dimmer. The stem is in plastic technopolymer and the base in mechanically engineered steel. Power cable and switch in black.
|Light regulation||stepless dimmer|
|Stand/ mounting||with footplate|
shades of red
shades of grey