Lumi - Mochi F07A33 Pendant Light
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Design by Alberto Saggia and Valerio Sommella, 2013.
"The name of the collection - explains designer Valerio Sommalla - is tied to the shape of Japanese Mochi rice cakes". These are traditional Japanese cakes made of ground and beaten rice which is used to obtain a soft white paste and is subsequently given a rounded shape. The same soft shapes are realized in satin-finish white blown-glass to form the Lumi - Mochi collection. The new clustered versions are a natural evolution of the series.
The Lumi - Mochi F07A33 features 18 suspended diffusers from one central rectangular canopy. The diffusers are satin-finish white blown glass, the canopy is steel and powder coated aluminum. Pendant heights are field-adjustable and designed to hang at random heights. Line-voltage halogen light source provides easy dimming and operation. Provides diffused ambient illumination.
Material(s): Blown Glass, Metal
- Overall: 23.6"L X 11.75"W
- Individual Diffuser: 4.7"D
- Overall Heights: 15.7" minimum to 118.7" maximum
- 45 lbs
Lamp Type: HALOGEN
Bulbs: 18 X 20W 120V G9 halogen lamps (not included)
Listing: ETL CETL
Valerio Sommella, born in Cortona, Italy in 1980, graduated cum laude from the Politecnico of Milan in 2004 and started working with Stefano Giovannoni. In 2007 he left Milan and moved to Amsterdam where he joined Marcel Wanders' team until 2009, when he decided to start his own design studio. He returned to Italy and settled in Milan where he designs products in different design fields, from furniture to consumer electronic goods for both Italian and international clients.See other lights/products from Valerio Sommella
Albert Saggia was born in Novara, Italy in 1978. He majored in Industrial Design with an emphasis in lighting at Milan Polytechnic University. Immediately after leaving the university in 2004, he began working with Metis Lighting in Milan, a collaboration that still continues today, focusing on lighting design and the development of custom-made lighting solutions. Since 2009 he had worked as a lighting designer for Fabbian.See other lights/products from Alberto Saggia
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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