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Lumi - Mycena Wall or Ceiling Light
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Design by Alberto Saggia and Valerio Sommella.
Mycena wall or ceiling light, from the Lumi collection, features a satin-finish, white, blown glass diffuser to evenly diffuse the light. Mycena is available in three sizes of organically shaped glass. The fixtures can be wall or ceiling mounted.
They can also be clustered together using the optional Shaped Panel for Compositions. Possible combinations are: three small; two small and one medium; two medium and one small; or one small, one medium and one large.
Provides diffused and ambient illumination.Lumi-Mycena can be ordered with an integral dimmable LED light source or with a medium based sockets for use with incandescent/halogen lamps. LED can be dimmed with a standard incandescent dimmer (sold separately).
Material(s): Blown Glass, Metal
- Small: 12.6"W X 12.6"H X 4.72"Extension
- Medium: 14.17"W X 14.96"H X 5.91"Extension
- Large: 18.1"W X 16.93"H X 7.48"Extension
Lamp Type: HALOGEN, LED
- Small: 1 X 100W 120V E26 (medium base) T10 double envelope halogen lamp (not included)
- Medium: 1 X 100W 120V E26 (medium base) T10 double envelope halogen lamp (not included)
- Large: 1 X 150W 120V E26 (medium base) T10 double envelope halogen lamp (not included)
- LED Option for all: 1 X 17W 120V LED; 3000K; 1400 lumens (included)
Listing: CETL, ETL
Model(s): F07G15A01 F07G17A01 F07G19A01 F07Z01A01
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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