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.
The Compendium family of lamps, in the floor and suspension versions, stands out for the evocative graphic-sculptural impact of their slim silhouette, summing up the distinctive features of the poetic and functional research conducted on the theme of light by the Norwegian designer Daniel Rybakken. The slim vertical body of the lamp is grafted onto a truncated conical base and extends with an initial cylindrical-section segment that gives way to a long terminal profile in extruded aluminium with a flanged section in which the LED circuits are positioned, thus making it possible to screen the light emission generated by the high-efficiency sources. The body freely rotates on the base for an easy orientation of the indirect light. The flanged profile, in the designer’s intentions, evokes that of the «compendium» or lens screen used on large-format reflex cameras to protect the lens from excess light. Equipped with switch and dimmer on the cable, the lamps of the Compendium family are available in the finishes black, brass and aluminium.
|Inspection seal /certification||ENEC|
|Safety class||class II (protective isolation)|
|Fire prevention classes||F|
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