Aspen lamp by Werner Aisslinger for B.lux

January 30th, 2015 by retail design blog

The essence of 1960s American interior design is back in the form of Aspen, the new Werner Aisslinger lamp for B.lux

A new collaborative effort between B.lux and Werner Aisslinger, named Designer of the Year 2014 by A & W Magazine, evokes the American interior design of the 1960s. This new collection of decorative lamps, Aspen, owes its name to the Colorado (USA) ski resort, which enjoyed its heyday in that decade. The pastel tones of their finishes and their formal features evoke American interior design of the 1960s, while Aspen lamps stand out for their functionality and practicality, with simple lines and refined proportions.

Aspen is also characterized by its double shade, whose lacquered matte exterior, available in clear turquoise, lemon, mango, grey, snow and aqua, can be combined in a personalized way. All of the lamps possess interiors with white finishes and black textile cables. Aspen issues direct and diffused light in its ceiling and suspension versions, and direct/indirect light in its floor version. All these functions are available with 17 and 40 cm diameter shades, furnishing Aspen with a wide range of decorative lamps, with applications for both the home and contract work. As a light source Aspen employs LEDs, ECO halogen and fluorescent (E27) bulbs.

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