Italic Light by Flip Sellin & Philipp Brosche for COORDINATION Berlin

June 12th, 2015 by retail design blog

With „Italic Light“ COORDINATION Berlin created a sculptural, versatile side light that transforms from a shining atmospheric marble object to a directional light source. The touch-dim function lets the user interact intuitively with the design. „Italic Light“ comes equipped with a high performance long-life LED ring, a built-in transformer and textile cable. This crafted edition piece with its reduced sculptural approach plays on classic and postmodern design iconography. „Italic Light“ works well on sideboards, shelves and tables.


„Italic Light“ was debuted at the Salone del Mobile Milan in April 2015. The new side lamp was successfully presented to the public for the first time in the curated exhibition „Berlin Design Selection“ in the Brera district.

Measurements: Ø 8,5 cm | h 31 cm
Weight: 1,8 kg Material: marble, aluminum, LED light source
Colours: blue | green
Design: Flip Sellin, Philipp Brosche
Manufacturer: COORDINATION Berlin
Photography: Fabian Vaccaro, Patricia Haas

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