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Mesh Suspension Light

Mesh Suspension Light

Manufacturer: Luceplan

Francisco Gomez Paz explores the dissemination of LEDs in the Mesh Suspension Light for Luceplan

Mesh Suspension Light

Manufacturer: Luceplan

Francisco Gomez Paz explores the dissemination of LEDs in the Mesh Suspension Light for Luceplan

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Seeking to design a light that used LED technology to its full potential, Francisco Gomez Paz created Mesh, a technologically complex product with an effortless exterior.

Its light is dissipated between multiple units, which each function independently of one another. This allows different sections of the Mesh Suspension Light to be powered and dimmed individually, offering the ultimate control over its visual effect.

The arrangement of these lights was created using the Fibonacci Sequence, a numerical pattern often found in the natural world; the form created in a mesh of wire and steel.

A true celebration of light with a theatrical appeal, the Mesh Suspension Light is also available as a ceiling light.

  • Dia.100 x H.190 cm.
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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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