Things small and large often have deep affinities. This well-known axiom has been fascinating us for centuries, so much so that two of the creations by Piero Lissoni, Long Light and Tight Light, focus on this analogy between the tiny on one hand and the grandeur of the universe on the other. Similar in terms of their purity and minimalism, and sharing the coolness of the aluminium from which they are made, these sconce lights differ in terms of their light diffusion. Eliminating all frills and unnecessary decorations, the designer has created discrete sources of light that modulate the walls with their presence.
Indirect light wall lamp. Body in painted or anodised extruded aluminium. Lateral friezes in pressofused aluminium turned up to 45º on digital control for perfect mating with the lamp body. Diffusers in injection printed PMMA with a photo-engraved finish. Injection printed wall attachment in PA66. Multi-voltage power pack integrated into the body.