Apr
26

Foscarini/Innerlight, wall sculpture

Autor // Benedetto FioriPosted in // Design

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Innerlightthe lamp designed by Simon Pengelly for Foscarini consists of three overlapping strips slightly concave, and with different inclinations, supported by a shell made of translucent polycarbonate, which hides the technical part.

It's fascinating from off to the play of light and shade that the soul, Innerlight has been designed as a wall sculpture that, once lit, comes to life and turns into a fine platform for light.

Innerlight is a three-dimensional framework that changes meaning and function when the lamp is turned on. The beam of light that bounces off the wall highlights the outlines and defines the shape of the lamp, inspired by the sculptures of Richard Serra.

This creates a sophisticated play of shadows and reflections, while the light propagates from the inside (hence the name Innerlight) of each of the three bands, spreading in different directions. The light source, consisting of two fluorescent lamps placed on different planes, guarantees good lighting in every direction is toward the wall slabs, along with an ever-changing and sophisticated effect.

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Innerlight is available in two versions: bianca, who sees the light in its purity, or in a particular material finish, which underlines the depth.

To purchase the Wall lamp Innerlight Foscarini's online
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Suitable for both domestic and contract solutions, Innerlight reveals in every situation his dual personality: sculpture and Wall lamp, always characterised by essential and decisive style and a sober elegance.

More information on: www.foscarini.it


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