Prometeo suspension lamp by I Tre

September 19th, 2011 by retail design blog

Prometeo… nothing is like it was. A fine black thread weaves through the pattern on the diffuser and envelops the light in a spiral, making it soft but intense at the same time. Like a skyline, Prometeo enriches any room with its illuminated face.

The sinuous lines are repeated in the narrow steel rod support, which bends and rotates to form the base, and then curves to become the arm and opens up to hold the electric wire. A special system allows rotating the base by 180° to reduce the overall size of the lamp and to point the light anyway in a very practical and elegant manner. Prometeo is available in the standard or swinging version.

Designed by Alberto Basaglia, Natalia Rota Nodari

http://www.stylepark.com/en/i-tre/prometeo-suspension-lamp?nr=2

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