Chlorophilia 2 Suspension lamp structure in die-cast aluminum and leaves in transparent technopolymer Led 44W 3000K
Chlorophilia is a light and highly scenographic suspension that reveals, when lit, the play of delicate shadows that interact with the space. The suspended central body emits an indirect light which is filtered and refracted by the transparent surfaces which, with their shape, recall natural elements, leaves.
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Suspension lamp. Structure and dissipator in die-cast aluminum with glossy finish; injection-molded technopolymer leaves with transparent finish; injection molded technopolymer ceiling rose with painted finish. It consists of a body that houses an LED acting as a heat sink and light phytomorphic elements which, made of molded pmma, combine the movement of the surface with soft waves with a discontinuous section that works optically like a lens. These three elements arranged in a radial pattern overlap in part to multiply the play of shadows, generating a scenographic effect on the ceiling, however, combined with a correct light output in the environment. BULB : Led 44W 3000K 3146lm.
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