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.
Ultra-light, ultra-jointed and ultra-technological, the new lamp by Sebastian Bergne is part of a new generation of Task Lights.
Starting with its arms, in injection-molded technopolymer, joined and arranged thanks to an original two-way pantograph system that allows for the widest range and variation of movement, always ensuring a steady balance and stability.
The swiveling head, also in technopolymer, equipped with a practical, intuitive and ergonomic T grip, contains an LED lighting module of the latest generation, with low energy consumption and a life span approaching 50,000 hours. Another outstanding new feature is the heat sink which has been made using a special thermally conductive plastic instead of aluminium, molded with a design suggestive of a woven fabric pattern.
The base houses an intelligent box directly connected to the cable, containing the switch and dimmer, with a second version including a presence sensor.
The technopolymer arms, head and base of this versatile work lamp are connected by polished metal parts that combine to create an intriguing “floating” effect between the plastic elements. Tivedo comes in the semi-transparent black, semi-transparent grey and cobalt blue finishes.
|Inspection seal /certification||ENEC|
|Safety class||class II (protective isolation)|
|Fire prevention classes||F|
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