Framework by Manuel Vivian for Axo Light

May 13th, 2013 by retail design blog

Geometric compositions, free and artistic interpretations of contemporary design. Framework is a square or rectangular frame, created in white painted aluminium. The different sizes and heights enable the structures to be overlapped as desired, to obtain numerous arrangements that recall the works of abstract artists from the 1900s.

This is the great quality of Framework: simple, lean, geometric lines, which create dramatic effects in the arrangements that can be made with great creative freedom and, why not, artistic flair. This is how the lamp, with its shapes and light, becomes an instrument with two functions: to light and to decorate.

The light that is softly distributed along the side of the profile is never direct and, thanks to the reflection from the walls or ceiling, gives the environment a softened light. The fluorescent light is positioned on two of the four sides (in the rectangular version the light is along the longest two sides).

In line with the products of the Lightecture range, Framework is a wide and versatile collection, which can be perfectly adapted to the design specifications of architects and interior designers, in both public and private settings. The collection is made up of ceiling/wall and hanging lamps, both available in three sizes.

Designed by Manuel Vivian for Axo Light

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