Big Bang Suspension Lamp

Enrico Franzolini

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Suspension lamp with diffused, direct and indirect light. The lamp consists of an epoxy powder coated white aluminium plate and 6 different shaped translucent methacrylate slabs which fit into one another thanks to purpose designed couplings cut into the slabs. In the red version, the slabs are silk-screen printed and colored on the outside. Two stainless steel suspension cables and transparent electrical cable, ceiling rose with galvanized metal bracket and epoxy powder coated white metal cover. The electronic transformer, in the fluorescent version, is housed in the canopy. Canopy decentralisation kit available.

White, Red

Big Bang Halogen: Ø96 x H66 cm
Big Bang Fluorescent: Ø96 x H66 cm
Big Bang XL Halogen: Ø192 x H132 cm
Big Bang LED: Ø96 x H66 cm
Big Bang XL LED: Ø96 x H66 cm
Big Bang L LED: Ø144 x H99 cm

Cable length:
Big Bang Halogen: 150 cm
Big Bang Fluorescent: 75 cm
Big Bang XL Halogen: 440 cm
Big Bang LED: 150 cm
Big Bang XL LED: 440 cm

Big Bang Halogen: Halogen 1x160W R7s (118mm)
Big Bang Fluorescent: Fluorescent 1x26W GX24q-3
Big Bang XL Halogen: Halogen 1x160W R7s (118mm)
Big Bang LED: LED included 37,7 W Mid power 3000°K 3260 lm CRI>90 103 lm/W
Big Bang XL LED: LED included 87W Mid power 3000°K 9126 lm 105 lm/W CRI>90
Big Bang L LED: 58W LED included 6084 lm 104,9 lm/W CRI>90 3000°K

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Irregular and apparently random intersections of spatial planes create a volume around the light source and produce the dynamic character of the exuberant suspension lamp Big Bang. By evoking the dynamism of an explosion, the methacrylic planes – available in the white or white/red versions – seem to escape the central luminous core and explode in all directions. A highly plastic luminous body, characterised by the intrigues of light and shade, of great visual impact and yet aerial, ideal for singlehandedly personalising interiors of various styles. Big Bang provides an intense, decisive and direct light. The particular arrangement of the surfaces guarantees maximum reflection and at the same time avoids dazzling, whilst offering a different lighting effect from all angles. With the L and XL versions, the strong scenic effect of this lamp is further emphasised, making it ideal for significant venues in which it creates charming luminous architecture.

Born in Udine in 1952. He studied in Florence and graduated in architecture at the University of Venice. In 1978 his first personal exhibition at Plurima Gallery in Udine marked the beginning of his interest in minimal architecture. At the same time however he became interested in architecture and interior and product design. He has worked with several of the most important furniture companies such as Accademia, Alias, Cappellini, Crassevig, Gervasoni, Knoll International, Montina, Moroso and Pallucco.

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.