he Brass Bell reading light draws one’s attention, first and foremost, with its stem which can slope, benevolently bringing the light source closer its user.
The sobriety of the black lacquered stem enhances the golden brass finish of the borosilicate glass shade. Borosilicate glass, having a low coefficient of thermal expansion, is less sensitive to temperature shocks.
After copper, it is now the turn of brass to make a comeback in the world of interiors. A warm alliance of copper and zinc, brass is the only metal capable of imitating gold. It is noted for its colour, which varies from pink to yellow, depending on the variable proportions of copper and zinc in its make-up.
When unlit, the shade is golden brass in appearance. When illuminated, the brass-coated glass becomes transparent, with the bulb becoming visible in a surprising hologram effect.
The shade of the reading light is directional (low/high and 360° rotation). The Brass Bell light is also available as a 1-shade or 3-shade suspended ceiling light, along the lines described above.