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 designer Joan Gaspar has transformed a common bulb into a spotlight, after wrapping it following its outline. Taking its nudity as the starting point, he dresses it up with a transparent material that also gives the lamp the characteristic of lightnes
s. This lamp was awarded with the 2001 Silver Delta ADI FAD. Atlas, a directional spotlight made of transparent polycarbonate and a polyamide base, is sold in different versions: hanging, wall, ceiling and standing. It can be grouped in bases of 2, 3, 4 a
nd 6 units and it can also be placed in electric lanes for installations. The recessed spotlight (Atlas RSC 1,2,4) allows the incorporation of any coloured base, which gives character to an essentially technical product and provides a very suitable and co
ntemporary personality. Its designer affirms: Atlas is a different proposal because it is made in a different way, because it is projected having in mind other values besides usefulness, because it is made differently, because it is made of plastic and do
es not hide from it, on the contrary, it uses this material as a virtue to distinguish itself from the rest.
|Inspection seal /certification||CE|
|Height head of lamp||170 mm|
|Safety class||class II (protective isolation)|
|Fire prevention classes||F|