Mix of retro charm and contemporary purity, here is a minimal reinterpretation of the classic chandelier! The baroque silhouette is reinvented in a simple and bare geometric language. This large suspension consists of a steel structure built around a long central cylinder. The multiple arms form an aerial and unstructured volume around the cylinder. At the end of each arm there is a precious lamp holder in real marble, surmounted by a glass globe. Amp offers a nice association of noble materials. LED bulbs are included. The "Amp" lamp collection is signed by the Danish designer Simon Legald. The idea of the shape of these lamps is signed by the Danish designer Simon Legald. The idea of the shape of these lamps came to him one day when he was restoring an old radio from the 60s: he was seduced by the light emitted by the tube amplifier. The oval and simple shape of the lampshade as well as the particular diffusion of the light refer openly to it, as well as the name Amp, which takes up the English abbreviation of the amplifier tube.