Fly-Fly by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba

May 18th, 2011 by retail design blog

Ludovica and Roberto Palomba‘s latest project for Foscarini is the result of a long research process that has led to the creation of Fly-Fly; a hanging lamp created with a polycarbonate injection moulding technique that guarantees 360° lighting.

The lamp features a special form that recalls an elegant hat, with wings that create a sensation of lightness and a satin finish that renders it a discrete, elegant presence that will enhance any environment with its aerial feel.

Its simple elegance allows it to be placed in a wide range of home environments. The light is free to be projected upwards, while the lower part is screened to prevent dazzle.

http://www.platinlux.com/products/en/Pendant-Lights/Sospension-lamp-Fly-Fly-Foscarini.html

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