Pascal Floor Lamp

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Pascal Floor Lamp


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Alongside Sonora and Atollo, Pascal perfectly describes the Vico Magistretti’s design aesthetics: extremely pure geometric shapes, combined to create functional, symbolic compositions. In Pascal, the cone is enhanced by its repetition. At the end of the stem, supported by its metallic base, two overturned cones are positioned as if they were balancing one on top of the other, inside which the light sources are hosted.

However, the use of geometry does not represent an aesthetic subterfuge, it is used for a fundamental practical reason: while the upper cone hosts a LED circuit and acts as a “luminator”, the lower one hosts two E27 bulbs and transforms the inclined walls above into perfect reflectors, therefore resulting in ambient light being directed downwards. Its dual-circuit switches confirm the two-fold use of this lamp, making its functions entirely autonomous. In this way, by means of duplication, Pascal transforms a floor lamp emitting light upwards also into a reading lamp, without adding anything to the absoluteness of its design.

Floor lamp giving indirect and reflected light in lacquered aluminium, independent double lighting, lacquered metal base.

Source bulbs: 2 x max 100W (E27) + 1 x max 24W (LED) - 2700°K - 4100 lm - CRI >85
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Pascal Floor Lamp



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W35 x D0 x H200

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Vico Magistretti

Vico Magistretti

(1920-2006) Magistretti was born in Milan and graduated in architecture in 1945. The first recognition of his work came in 1948, when he won the Gran Premio at the 8th Triennale. After that came almost forty years of activity with other prizes and awards in recognition of his work. Giving lessons and lectures in various faculties and schools of design in Italy and abroad. He has been an “Honorary Fellow” of the Royal College of Art since 1983. Furniture, lamps and other objects that he designed may be found all over the world and in the most important design museums.