With its elegant sinuous shape, Bonnet is the new LED lamp that reworks the concept of indirect lighting.The top part conceals a small yet very powerful LED source whose ray of light is mainly directly upwards onto the wall andceiling. The designer also wanted to play with the parasite light that is normally lost, recuperating it with a lens and directingit downwards. In this way, Bonnet not only lights itself up but also produces a downwards glow.The materials and technologies used are some of the most advanced on today’s lighting market and include die-cast aluminiumalloys with a low silicon content that enable any kind of surface finish, clear technopolymers with very high refractive indexesand new-gen electronic light management technologies. Also available in 3000K Color temperature on request.
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|Name||Bonnet Wall Lamp|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Dimensions||Lamp Length: 12.08 inch, Lamp Height: 4.01 inch|
|Material||Body in die-cast aluminum, available in polished aluminum or white|
Odoardo Fioravanti studied Industrial Design at the Design Department of the Milan Polytechnic. Since 1998 he has worked as an industrial designer, also experimenting graphic and exhibition design, with a firm will to melt different design areas into a continuous matter. His projects received prestigious international design awards since he created Odoardo Fioravanti Design Studio. He has taught in many design schools and academy: Milan Polytechnic, University of Venice, San Marino University, Istituto Marangoni, Scuola Politecnica di Design, Domus Academy, HEAD Geneve. His works have been featured in many International exhibitions. In 2010 the Design Museum of the Triennale di Milano featured the personal exhibition 'Industrious Design' about his works. He won in 2011 the Compasso d'Oro Prize ADI with the Frida wooden chair by Pedrali. He also works as a freelance journalist for design magazines trying to explore and to change the boundaries of design as a discipline.View All Products