One of the most iconic designs in Foscarini’s history, reworked to adapt to the new opportunities offered by LED technology: Dolmen, designed by Ferruccio Laviani in the mid-Nineties. A piece with a forceful symbolic value, expression of a lamp-sculpture concept that never escapes notice, thanks to the exceptional character of the monolithic form, with four large openings similar to the portholes of a ship, and the unusual positioning against the wall.
Suspension lamp with direct and indirect light. The lamp consists of a laser-cut sheet of aluminum bent using a pressure bending machine and hand-finished. The aluminum is anodized and subsequently liquid coated with transparent varnish or colored paint. There are two opaline PMMA diffusers, the front one is slightly embossed. There is a plate - also in transparent PMMA - between the two diffusers, which diffuses light from the multichip LEDs installed on the long sides of the aluminum frame. The plate is laser-engraved in the areas aligned with the portholes to concentrate the light reflection. Stainless steel suspension cable and a transparent electrical cable. Ceiling canopy with galvanized metal bracket and white batch-dyed ABS cover.
|Materials||Varnished or anodized aluminum.|
280007-25UL, 280007-14UL, 280007-73UL, 280007/5-25UL, 280007/5-14UL, 280007/5-73UL
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