ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light
 
ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light
apr 29, 2012

ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light

  ‘ipparco’ by neil poulton for artemide all images courtesy of neil poulton

 

 

 

‘ipparco’ is one of five lights developed by paris-based designer neil poulton for artemide on show at the 2012 frankurt ‘light & building‘ trade fair. the table lamp incorporates state of the art 3000K LED to create a halo of light which is both ambient and directional. the ring is fitted with a powerful earth magnet which allows you to attach the piece anywhere on the structure, such as base or independently to any steel surface. it invites you to play and to interact, to position it in any orientation, vertically, horizontally, allowing the maximum flexibility. the total LED power of the product is 11W which emits a warm white illumination outputting 540LM, with an integrated dimmer.

ipparco neil poulton artemide designboom  different positioning of the ring

 

ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light artemide catalog rendering

 

ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light  halogen prototype entitled ‘calamite’

 

ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light

 

ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light working page

 

ipparco by neil poulton for artemide creates a rotating halo of light sketches

  • Bravo

    eduardo Olivares

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