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Sospesa - D42A01

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Sospesa - D42A01


Item #: FAB-D42A01-00

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Material(s): Glass


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Design by Paolo De Lucchi and Lisa Bellon.
By Fabbian.

Extra clear, transparent, flat glass diffuser and polished metal structure. The electric circuit runs through the channels carved on the glass. The tempered glass diffuser is suspended from four cables and has a central canopy with electronic transformer.

Notes: UL and cUL Listed.

Material(s): Glass

Dimensions: 39.4"L X 10.2"W

Lamp Type: HALOGEN

Bulbs: 12 X 20W 12V G4 based T3 halogen lamps (not included)

Listing: ETL, CETL

Instructions: Click to download instructions.

Paolo de Lucchi

Paolo de Lucchi was born in 1962 in Padova, where he currently lives and works. He graduated with degree in Architecture in 1989 at the Politecnico of Milano and that same year he started working on various architecture, interior and industrial design projects for Sottsass Association. In 1998 Paolo de Lucchi opened Studio de Lucchi in Padova, restoring an industrial shed for this purpose. The studio develops architecture restorations as well as industral design, lighting and furniture design. Paolo de Lucchi also gives lectures on industrial design (lighting design in particular) at Università del Progetto, in Reggio Emilia.

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Lisa Bellon

Lisa Bellon is a lighting designer who has collaborated with Paolo de Lucchi to create several lighting designs for the company Fabbian. Sleek and sophisticated, her designs integrate seamless aesthetics to create visually stunning works.

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Fabbian

For over 50 years, Fabbian has been introducing innovations in the lighting field from the Venice hinterland. With over 28 architects and designers, they have redefined how lighting integrates into modern environments. From their trademark designs in ceiling light fixtures, floor lamps and wall sconces, to the advanced engineering of their pendant and suspension lamps Fabbian is a hallmark of modern Italian lighting.

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Customer Reviews 4 out of 5
3 out of 5
Sleek and modern but difficult transformer install.
 

Light is attractively sleek and modern. Transformer not engineered for standard USA ceiling J box however and difficult to install. Top of glass panel has exterior wire/rod which will be a cleaning issue as time goes on.

By:Ronald J. , Designer (California)

5 out of 5
Absolutely gorgeous!
 

I adore jus fixture. It was packed better than any fixture/TV/equipment I've ever received. While an electrician is not required to install it, I would never attempt it by myself. The directions, much like those from a big box store, are sufficiently hard to decipher so that the fixture is fairly difficult to put in. Also, the wiring diagrams are basic, but again, confusing. The way the cables attach through the bracket/connector are ingenious, but also difficult the determine how to feed the wiring through the various holes. Also, when cutting the cable, please allow yourself an extra foot for each. The way the cable attach within the transformer box are counter intuitive. One of the two wires on each side of the fixture attach to the transformer on the OPPOSITE side, thus necessitating the additional cable allowance. Better to leave each uncut until after connection. The other problem is that the transformer is exposed and attached to the ceiling. The set screws that attach the cover box to the actual transformer require a very small Allen wrench. As the holes at either end of the cover box where the screws connect the cover to the transformer are located IMMEDIATELY adjacent to the ceiling edge, making it impossible to turn the Allen continuously - it has to be turned 180 degrees, removed, reinserted, and turned again. This very simple step actually required two people to install, as one hand had to hold the housing to the ceiling, while it took two other hands to work the set screw. (also, two people are needed to install the fixture itself, as the glass part of the fixture easily weighs over 25 lbs.). Final verdict: with the exception of the aforementioned cover box screws - the apparent craftsmanship is flawless, and the fixture is gorgeous.

By:ArchiChris , Architect (Houston, TX)

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