Fields Wall Lamp

Vicente Garcia Jimenez

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Wall lamps with reflected and diffused light. Consisting of epoxy powder coated extruded aluminium and in version 2 and 3 also of different colored methacrylate slabs. A translucent polycarbonate screen conceals the light bulb and the lighting technology part; the electrical cable supplied makes it possible to connect the lamps in a composition powered by a single power point. Model 1 can be adjusted with respect to the wall. All 3 models can be positioned horizontally or vertically; electronic ballast.

White, Orange

Fields: W178 x D24 x H95 cm
Fields 1: W170 x D9 x H15 cm
Fields 2: W125 x D24 x H27 cm
Fields 3: W95 x D17 x H54 cm

Fields: Fluorescent 1x80W+1x54W+1x39W G5
Fields 1: Fluorescent 1x80W G5
Fields 2: Fluorescent 1x54W G5
Fields 3: Fluorescent 1x39W G5 Type T5

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A striking panoramic view of the earth, originating from designer Vicente García Jiménez: this is the inspiration behind Fields; a modular wall lamp. This system of bands and strips of hues, dimensions and different materials that lie side by side and overlap one another, developing on several levels, tone on tone, evokes a clear vision of the La Mancha fields. One of Fields' fundamental features is its stackability: the lamp comes in three parts which can be used individually or stacked as you please. Fields 1 is a single, long, metal bar fitted with a special wall attachment system that allows it to be positioned facing up or down. Fields 2 and 3 combine several parts in two different compositions that develop horizontally and vertically. Fields is available in orange; an accent of color that furnishes an entire wall, or in white; a sophisticated tone on tone effect that gives maximum impact to the warm light that the lamp diffuses.

He was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1978. Graduated in Industrial Design at the faculty of Castellon de la Plana, he moved towards Barcelona where he collaborated with Santa & Cole. A great need of developing his formal and creative skills brings him in Milan, whence, after brief professional experiences, he moved towards Udine. There he set up his Studio, that collaborates with a lot of companies, developing lighting products, furniture and exhibitions’ settings.

Foscarini focuses on developing new products but chooses only to put into production those that express new ideas. While inspiration is always valued, Foscarini’s development phase sometimes takes years of progressive research to analyze materials, shapes, processes and operating modes that sometimes lead to results drastically different from the initial concept.

This is why Foscarini lamps are so innovative yet built to weather the whim of trends and become true classics.