Emanating in patterns
by Anna Moldenhauer | 4/3/2018
A luminaire whose light source remains hidden: Stefan Diez has designed “Guise” for Vibia.
The stamp of the Lievore, Altherr and Molina studio is manifest in this new lamp, I.cono, via a language of soft, friendly and perfectly understandable codes. An exercise in subtlety that can only be achieved by great designers, representing a successful exercise in balancing the new and the now, and the most exquisite Nordic tradition. This design achieves visual lightness and extremely high quality through the exquisite use of materials and finishes, combining cleanliness and consistency, taking each possibility to the limit. Even the rotating mechanisms of the head and base seem invisible thanks to the high technical quality in all the processes of creating this piece. The finish is designed to suit the most modern tastes and comes in polycarbonate lacquer in black, white or pistachio. The standard vertical stem, standard with angled stem, or table lamp with straight or angled stem and the wall lamp fitting, also with two solutions (switch on the base or on the cable) mean that interior designers can provide a single space with a comprehensive aesthetic feel using this lamp that provides different solutions for different needs.
|Emission class||A++ - E|
|Light regulation||one light level|
|Stand/ mounting||with footplate|
|Inspection seal /certification||CE|
|Form of protection (DIN 40050)||IP20 protection against: solids > 12 mm|
|Safety class||class I (protective earthing)|
|Fire prevention classes||F|
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