Clip light family by Rainer Mutsch for Molto Luce

October 7th, 2013 by retail design blog

Vienna based designer Rainer Mutsch has designed a new light family for ourdoor usage for the manufacturer Molto Luce. The idea behind Clip was to create lights made out of architectural materials:

The shades are made out of natural fiber-cement which was originally developed by Eternit as a material for claddings and roof coverings. It is a highly durable, frost resistant and 100% recyclable material basically made out of natural components like cellulose fibers and water.

The shade is visibly connected to a watertight powder-coated die-cast aluminium part. Clip is LED-based (warmwhite), has an integrated converter and is certified for whole year outdoor usage (IP54). The family consists out of a wall light which can be used as a up and down-light and a bollard light.









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