Design Lutz Pankow, 2009
Lutz is a table lamp with an operating system that, in its minimal design, does not forgot an ingenious and discreet planning. Lutz Pankow devised it as a sophisticated articulation of joints, a thin sign composed of two dynamic lines, which allow a series of movements at the discretion of the lamp user. The head, made manageable by the halo-handle, houses the LED technology, to confirm the functionality and design simplicity of this project. Technical and functional peculiarity of this lamp is the absence of wires connecting the luminous sphere to the arm, using instead a special technology that works through sliding magnetic contacts. This translates into the possibility of rotating the head 360 ° with extreme ease, for absolute flexibility.
Adjustable table lamp giving direct light, with LED. Pivoting arm with 360° rotation at the base and support. Revolving and bendable reflector. Base in opaque white or black lacquered metal, structure in chromium-plated or opaque white or black.
Technical information LED source
LED 220V – Watt* 8W – °Kelvin* 3200°K – Lumen* 520 CRI* >80
* The data are related to the individual circuits. Characteristics declared by the supplier and subjects to change.
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