Bridge Lamp by Francesco Meda

June 16th, 2014 by retail design blog

Bridge is a symbol of continuity. Made entirely from a 1.2 mm laser-cut brass sheet, the lamp gains three-dimensionality and structure thanks to the bends on the sides. Without a proper base but supported instead on four points Bridge differs from the canonical concept of lamp becoming a decorative and sculptural element. Capable of attracting natural light when turned off and of expressing an elegant and consistent luminosity when on, thanks to it’s low-consumption LED strip, Bridge becomes a true “bridge” of light.

Designed by Francesco Meda
Bridge lamps are part of the Triennale Design Museum collection.














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