Noctambule: the night owl or reveller. Mostly invisible during the day, but coming to glamorous activity at night-time. The analogy fits. The new collection of lamps is made of blown glass modules, which are see-through and therefore almost inexistent at day-time. But, when you switch them on in the dark, they turn into gorgeous, illuminated lamps. The cylindrical glass modules set the basic grammar of the collection. The single module is a lantern. Several modules stacked on top of each other create a light column, or suspended chandelier inside a stairwell. Extra elements such a glass dome or cone-shaped head allow additional performance such as a floor standing uplight or pendant. The carefully calibrated LED technology which powers the lamps is discretely integrated into the junctions between the glass modules. Almost absent, but ready to be activated at any (night-) time.
Standing lamps consisting of interconnecting glass modules reaching a height of 2.17 metres. Cylindrical and semi-spherical transparent blown glass structure, die-cast aluminium base and rings, hydroformed steel internal lateral arms and injection moulded optical opal silicone outer ring diffusers. The power supply cable is 2 metres long, with a pedal operated panel used as a dimmer to adjust the light intensity by 10% to 100% in either direction. Wall mounted power supply unit with interchangeable plugs.
Blown glass and black finish.