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Musa 7400/7402/7404

Presented: Light + Building 2018, Frankfurt
Stylepark-ID: 04.3803.00222
Categories: Interior lightingTable lamps
Interior lightingPortable lights
Product description

Created by Note Design Studio, Musa is a lamp of organic qualities that attracts the eye due to its lighting function. A delicate and elegant design where a symbiotic interaction is established between the small hand blown opal glass sphere and the dish that holds and reflects it.

The distinctive composition of two circles, one of light and the other of support, marks its balanced formal expression and its functional performance as a lamp. The slightly textured concave aluminium base captures the light from the simple diffuser and amplifies it smoothly. It’s made in three colour options: white, salmon and mink grey, that adds to the warm quality of the lamp.

Musa is the final result of an intensive manual research phase involving paper models that influenced its organic expression. This same morphology of the dish successfully resolves the light diff usion in an integrated fashion.

Designed as a wall sconce and table lamp there is also a portable model with its own battery lending it complete autonomy. Its capacity of being able to work anywhere underlines its poetic physical form. A design that appeals to the touch, to the day-today and the familiar.

Specifications
Stand/ mounting with footplate
Diffuser/reflector shape circular
Height head of lamp 90 mm
Depth of luminaire head 140 mm
Diameter head of lamp 260 mm
Material glass (unspecified)
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Manufacturer:
VIBIA, Spain

Design:
Note Design Studio
2018

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