Panama A Outdoor Wall Light
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Design by Mario Ruiz, 2008.
Panama A wall lights for indirect and direct ambient illumination. Panama is composed of three parts: the head, the diffuser and the anchoring system. The wall unit uses a painted extruded-aluminum column, painted die-cast aluminum head and injection-molded translucent polycarbonate diffuser. Choice of filter allows for the selection of lighting type. Choose translucent white to provide direct as well as indirect lighting, translucent orange or black will provide primarily indirect lighting.
Panama is available in white, grey graphite or silver enamel finishes. Panama A ships with a plate to cover standard North American junction boxes, not illustrated.
Material(s): Aluminum, Polycarbonate
Dimensions: 14.57"L X 5.1"H X 11.02"Extension
Lamp Type: COMPACT FLUORESCENT, LED
- Fluorescent: 2 X 18W 120V 2G10 compact fluorescent lamps (not included)
- LED: 6 X 1.2W LED; 3000K; 320 lumens
Instructions: Click to download instructions.
Model(s): 759432501 759437401 759437201 759432502 759437402 759437202 759502500 759508300 759504700 759632500 759637400 759637200
In their design office, they give extensive thought to the issue of achieving good design. Of understanding the precise place where beauty and utility meet without conflict and without broken lines.See other lights/products from Mario Ruiz
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