Icaro from Modoluce

June 28th, 2011 by retail design blog

Table or swinging lamp composed by many sunburst steel wires of wing’s shape, welded in the center. His name, Icaro, is a clear reference to the daredevil that challenge to the nature with his wings made of feathers and wax: the lamp Icaro, is in fact light and heavy in the same time, the steel wires seem a kind of cage from which the light filters in a neat and easy way. Icaro is available in indoor and outdoor version, is realized in 4 different sizes in both table and swinging lamp and is available in 4 different finishing. The central part of the lamp can be with light bulb “at sight”.

Colours: white, black, steel with transparent vanish or chromed (last one only for the indoor version).
Manufacturer: Modoluce
Design: Brian Rasmussen 2011

http://www.archello.com/en/product/icaro

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