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Roberto Giacomucci / Mirage

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Roberto Giacomucci / Mirage it has been modified: 2011-03-08 di Benedict Flowers

Do not be fooled if you think it's an ancient vestiges fished from the depths, change course! Mirage is a floor lamp that rests on a wooden structure with three feet. designed by Roberto Giacomucci per Ultraluce Ecolight, Seems an example of "re-use" design, created to mediate pseudo-modernism, and environmental awareness; The design challenge is to

in "re-draw" objects, become obsolete, and give them vitality thanks to unusual combinations and new functions. The light source positioned within the vessel, spreads and projects the light beam upward. The floor, in total, reaches the height of 1.65 m. The vessel is fitted cm x Ø32 H40. Monta bulbs socket E27 energy saving.

mirage

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Do not be fooled: if you think it's an ancient vestiges fished out from the depths, change course! Mirage is a floor lamp that rests on a wooden structure with three feet. It Seems an example of a "re-use design," born to mediate pseudo-modernism and ecological awareness; The design challenge is to "re-draw" objects, become obsolete, and give them vitality thanks to unusual combinations and new functions. The light source positioned within the vessel, spreads and projects the light beam upward. The floor, in total, reaches the height of 1.65 m. The vessel is fitted cm x Ø32 H40. Monta bulbs socket E27 energy saving.

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