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Giovanni Barbato | Spiry

Lighting Giovanni Barbato | Spiry

Giovanni Barbato | SpiryIronic and playful: a spiral of light, almost like a spinning top released into the air. Spiry is a hanging lamp strongly characterised by its diffuser: created in white painted aluminium, the diffuser is light and slender, like a soft tissue that is wrapped around the light and that seems to want to continue spinning with spiral movements to accentuate the light as it escapes downwards.

 

Giovanni Barbato | SpirySpiry’s form is simple and elegant in its visual effect, yet extremely complex to create. It is suitable to light a variety of spaces in the home and, at the same time, knows how to be a discrete protagonist of its surrounding environment. A hint of irony? The fiery red cable that supports the light, making it nicely young and modern.

 

Designer: Giovanni Barbato
Project name: Spiry, Axo Light Range
Materials: white painted aluminium
Size: maximum overall diameter 60 cm, lampshade height 35 cm, maximum hanging height 210 cm
Light bulb: E27 – 1 ECO halogen x 100W max or 1 fluorescent x 23W max.

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