Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda Openeye Lamp
  • Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda Openeye Lamp
  • Dante Donegani and Giovanni Lauda Openeye Lamp
Being integrated to the surfaces onto which it is installed, OpenEye is a luminous wall prosthesis whose inspiration can be found in modern architecture, in objects such as Le Corbusier's "canons à lumière", periscopes to capture the light. It is a lamp that provides diffused light; it can either be suspended from the ceiling or applied onto a wall, and it is perfect both indoors and outdoors.

The back (applied onto the wall) and body of the lamp are made of die cast aluminium alloy. The diffuser is made of multilenticular moulded glass. It is used with incandescent light bulbs or with energy saving fluorescent light bulbs. The bayonet mounting system that fixes the body of the lamp onto its back makes maintenance, or replacing the light bulb, an extremeli easy task. It comes in three colours: white, silver, and chrome.

Materials
Polished, painted or chromed die-cast aluminium body; painted die-cast aluminium wall fitting; painted steel or aluminium reflectors; moulded prism glass diffuser, bayonet system diffuser mounting.

Design:
Dante Donegani
Giovanni Lauda

Manufacturer:
Rotaliana