Hoodie collection by Werner Aisslinger for B.lux

September 28th, 2013 by retail design blog

Werner Aisslinger has designed for B.lux Hoodie, a new family of decorative lamps, with a strong and sober aesthetic design that evokes a feeling of the 60’s, but with its own contemporary character. Hoodie stands out for the ergonomic nature of its aesthetics and for its sinuous shape and rounded edges, which transmit great visual comfort.

Hoodie is available as a table, floor or wall light. The family stems from the table top version, which has deep aesthetics and a character of the sixties. Table Hoodie is an object of light, an icon that offers indirect lighting in which the base itself acts as a reflector, thus generating a very comfortable ambient light.

The entire Hoodie collection is manufactured in white, black and beige finishings. The table top and floor versions come with textile cables in the same colour as the structure itself, and are equipped with two low-energy fluorescent bulbs (E27). The Hoodie wall light comes with a florescent tube T5 bulb (2Gx13). The Hoodie lamp is part of the DECO collection of the B.lux brand. It constitutes the second collaboration between the German designer Werner Aisslinger and the manufacturing company. Hoodie was exhibited at the Euroluce 2013 fair.

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