by Fabian Peters | 3/7/2018
Max Dudler Architects renovated a baroque manor house on the river Saar and added two outbuildings. They have created a subtle play of forms, materials and quotations.
Blending tradition and technology, Costanza reinterprets the classic repertoire with contemporary forms. The interchangeable polycarbonate lampshade emits a warm and pleasant light. The rod-like sensor dimmer switch turns the lamp on and off, with four light intensities.
Costanza and Costanzina in an original, double chromatic guise: the birth of the Radieuse and Mezzo Tono families. Designed in 1986 by Paolo Rizzatto, Luceplan’s first big hit, Costanza, is now an icon that has been produced in over one million units. It is the first lamp to apply innovative formal and technological solutions like the self-supporting polycarbonate shade and the sensory touch dimmer. The first line featured a diffuser in seven colors to combine with a structure in brushed aluminium or black coated finish.
The new color scheme developed by Paolo Rizzatto with Studiopepe (Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto) is divided into two families of colors for the shade, each composed of 5 new tones, joined by the original white. All the new variants bring out the qualities of the matte surfaces.
|Emission class||A++ - E|
|Light regulation||several light levels|
|Stand/ mounting||with footplate|
|Inspection seal /certification||CE|
|Diameter head of lamp||400 mm|
|Height||760 - 1000 mm / 800 mm|
|Safety class||class II (protective isolation)|
|Fire prevention classes||F|
shades of orange