The In The Tube series is a collection of high-performance lamps inspired by power station strip lights
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In The Tube is a collaborative piece from Dominique Perrault and Gaëlle Lauriot‑Prévost, inspired by striplights found in power stations of their native France. ITT comprises borosilicate glass capsules closed with aluminium stoppers sealed in silicone, which are attached to the wall or ceiling with stainless steel mounts.
The soft light contained within can be adjusted with a movable mesh filter in an innovative take on contemporary lighting, while a choice of silver, copper or gold reflectors subtly change the warmth of the light. With a strong concept and a deft use of materials, the ITT 100-500 is a striking feature light that will stand the test of time.
"There are objects born from desire and objects born from love. There are objects that disappear, scattered by the winds of time. To be of one’s time is to share the destiny of the dead leaves. " - Jean Guitton
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