Suspended lamp for diffused and direct light. The design takes inspiration from the historic NASA system called the Space Shuttle. To the conical blown glass diffuser that protects the metal structure and the LED source are added numerous details that can be discovered page after page, for example the 6.3W LED (one of the highest in the portable market), the brass ring surrounding the base, the easy mechanism for removing the glass diffuser, the ability to change the temperature of the light, from hot to cold with a touch, the touch dimm sensor to adjust the intensity of the light, the wireless charger…. The mission of this collection includes the idea of a design that lasts 30 years just like the life of the Space Shuttle. A system of reusable materials, such as easily removable blown glass, rechargeable batteries and metal structure components, combines with the design approach of a contemporary style that lasts over the years.
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|Shuttle S3 Suspension Lamp
|Indoor / Outdoor
|Pendant Diameter: 9.84 inch, Pendant Height: 15.74 inch, Max Reach From Ceiling To Pendant: 94.48 inch
|6.3W + GU10 LED 5W
|Diffused & Direct
|Structure: matt black or matt white painted aluminum. Diffuser: opal white or clear crystal blown glass.
Marco Alessi was born in Bassano del Grappa in 1982 where he currently lives and works. His course of study began as a graphic-technical one and then gradually moved towards what he discovered as his true passions, architecture and design. In 2003 he joined the IUAV in Venice and began to get passionate about themes such as light, spaces and the essentiality of materials, themes that are reflected in his projects and to which attention and attention to detail are added. He graduated in 2008 and a short time later he began collaborating with the TIXA studio. Today, after years of experience, he becomes an associate of the firm. The goal of any project he dedicates himself to is to combine architecture with design, without necessarily following a single line. Projects can be of various scales and involve different fields of study. Recently, the passion for design has also resulted in the creation of furniture items in the lighting sector and the study of custom-made furniture products for the environments it designs.View All Products