Luceplan

March 23rd, 2011 by retail design blog

Incredibly light and easy to assemble, Hope represents the magic of traditional lamps, reinterpreting them with sophisticated technologies and contemporary materials. A series of thin polycarbonate Fresnel lenses, created using imprinted microprisms on polycarbonate film to achieve a dioptric effect similar to glass (without any limitations in terms of space, thickness and weight), multiply the light from the light source, recreating a pleasant, glittery and party-like atmosphere, sprinkled with thousands of shards of light like the diamond which inspired the name: Hope. Hope – the fruit of a brilliant project and manufacturing process – has been designed for use with any type of light source: the latest generation of halogens and energy-saving fluorescent light bulbs.

http://www.luceplan.com/Prodotti/1/2/530/Hope

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