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Fienile Table Lamp

Fienile Table Lamp

Designer: Daniel Rybakken
Manufacturer: Luceplan

The Fienile Table Lamp is a playful and ambient light inspired by architectural buildings, new for 2019 by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan

Fienile Table Lamp

Designer: Daniel Rybakken
Manufacturer: Luceplan

The Fienile Table Lamp is a playful and ambient light inspired by architectural buildings, new for 2019 by Daniel Rybakken for Luceplan

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The Italian word for 'barn', Fienile is a reference to the farm in Norway where Rybakken's grandfather grew up.

With its low pitched, overhanging gable roof, side pillars and central wall, it has clear architectural references.

Light is projected down from the roof, illuminating any object placed underneath it, and giving the impression of a softly lit stage.

The Fienile Table Lamp is extracted from a single block of satin-anodised aluminium, before being precisely milled using a numerically controlled machine.

The Fienile Table Lamp will be available in a selection of colours and two sizes, with a touch-dimmable LED light source.

  • 45 x 28 x H.22 cm.
  • 67.5 x 28 x H.24 cm.
Luceplan Fienile Table Lamp On Forest Green Daniel Rybakken
Luceplan Fienile Table Lamp Side Forest Green Daniel Rybakken
Luceplan Fienile Table Lamp 2 Forest Green Daniel Rybakken
Luceplan Fienile Table Lamp 1 Prosecco Daniel Rybakken
Luceplan Fienile Table Lamp Detail Prosecco Daniel Rybakken
Luceplan Logo White

Luceplan built their reputation on their willingness to experiment and innovate; This is as true today as it has always been.

Luceplan emerged in the late 1970's, founded by Riccardo Sarfatti, Paolo Rizzatto and Sandra Severi, the trio wanted to create an experimental Italian lighting company, inspired by their own experiences of working with the pioneering Gino Sarfatti and Arteluce.

Their experiments proved to be resounding successes, with products such as their Constanza lamp finding a place in the MOMA permanent collection. For us, their recent work with Daniel Rybakken provides a great example of how conceptual design can be realised in practical, functional ways.  ..

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