Plass Grande Suspension Lamp

Luca Nichetto

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Suspension lamp with diffused and direct light. The large transparent polycarbonate diffuser is achieved using rotational moulding, a technique which makes it possible to create hollow bodies of geblackus sizes without the need for any welding. Brushed aluminum internal mount, stainless steel suspension cable and transparent electrical cable. Ceiling rose with galvanised metal bracket and glossy chromed metal cover

Llight blue, Grey

Dimension: Ø75 x 115H cm
Cable length: 490 cm
Bulbs: Halogen 6x60W G9 + LED retrofit 1x100W E27 PAR 30 or 1x9,5W E27 PAR or LED included 30W lite-on 3000° K 2500 lm CRI>80 84 lmW + 1x9,5W 2700° K 650 lm E27 PAR 30

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Plass - the name is a synthesis of “plastic” and “glass” – interprets the millennia-old artisan tradition of glass making, in the light of a contemporary process and material: rotationally-moulded transparent polycarbonate. Thanks to this technology, which is not yet widely used in the lighting sector, the finishes are not cold and impersonal, but feature slight irregularities, highlighted by the light source, as in handmade glass. The colours chosen for the diffuser – aquamarine and grey – are inspired by Murano glass and venetian craftsmanship. As well as evoking an atmosphere and an emotion, the color helps define the shape of the lamp, highlighting the thickness of the incisions on its surface. Suspended between memory and modernity, Plass characterises large spaces, including high ones, alone or in multiple compositions.

Born in Venice in 1976 where he graduated in Industrial Design. In 2006 he founded his studio, Nichetto&Partners, that deals with Design Consultant as well as Industrial Design. He held workshops in different universities in Italy and abroad and he takes part to exhibition in Europe, United States and Japan.

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.