X…the great unknown. Designer Burkhard Dammer has attempted to unravel the mystery behind this enigmatic letter, filling an entire blackboard with algebra before going away and creating a stunning lamp instead. And that’s when he realised; X is the aching beauty of unfulfilled passion. X hurts so good.
- Designed by Oskar Cerezo
- Country of manufacture: Spain
- Dimmable via 0-10V: Requires a dial or switch dimmer (Not Included)
- Choose between 2 sizes: medium or large
- Available in various shade colors
Please note that wood veneers may appear different when light is on versus off:
Our real wood veneers are selected to reveal the best natural wood grain effects when illuminated and all have been sourced from forests certified by the Forest Stewardship Council - FSC. Nothing comes close to the beauty of these veneers as a diffusion material and no other veneer treatment gives the strength and the protection to the material without sacrificing the delicacy and subtleness that this natural material communicates when illuminated.
Photographic reproductions of the stained LZF wood veneers, either digital or print, are not necessarily a completely accurate representation of the actual stain color. Please use real color swatches for tone matching. LZF will not accept any requests for return based on selections made using photographic reproductions.
Since wood is a natural material, gradual changes in tone may occur over time. Furthermore, if the lamps have been purchased at different times, there will be differences in color and tone, particularly in the light colored veneers.
Our eco friendly patented wood veneer finish timberlite® protects your veneer from breakages and allows for easy cleaning. Depending on the type of lamp use a feather duster, soft cleaning cloth or damp cloth for cleaning. On our the more delicate shades, made from wood strips, a feather duster or an air blower is preferable. In our more solid shades a damp cloth may be used. Clean only the flat surface of the veneer with the cloth avoiding moisture contact along the edge of the veneer.
Avoid direct sunlight or strong indirect sunlight on the fixture. Exposure to the sun changes the color of the wood. Please read all our instructions and recommendations on the use and care of the fixtures.