Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda Lightwire Lamp
  • Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda Lightwire Lamp
  • Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda Lightwire Lamp
  • Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda Lightwire Lamp
Lightwire is made of iron rod; it is electro-welded, light and transparent. Lightwire is the dematerialisation of the modern luminator: its design looks has if it were realised with a wire-frame computer graphics programme. The technical elements are independent from its structure, and look as if they were floating in it.

The metal reflector is suspended in the upper part in order to give indirect light, and in the drop-shaped opal moulded glass for diffused light. At the centre of the lamp is an element made of transparent polycarbonate and steel that contains the dimmer/sensorial switch and a night LED; the wire-tensing disc, also made of moulded transparent polycarbonate, is wedged in the ring of the base.

Materials
Electrically welded steel rod structure; thick steel base; polished, chromed or varnished spun metal reflector; transparent injection-moulded polycarbonate central dimmer and base ring cable reel. The touch dimmer is a chrome plated metal sensor inside the lamp structure and the reflector is fitted with a dichroic filter.

Design:
Dante Donegani
Giovanni Lauda

Manufacturer:
Rotaliana