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Disguincio&co | Tripode

Lighting Disguincio&co | Tripode

Disguincio&co | TripodeTripode is a pendant lamp defined by three lightning sources arrayed around a central node forming 120° between each piece. The three LED stripes are anchored to a skeleton that is connected to an articulated terminal equipped with a spherical hinge that allows a rotation of 70° as well as a torsion around its axe. These rotations permits to modulate the light from a closed conformation with a diameter of 20 cm to the extended position where the light cylinders cover a diameter of about 60 cm.

Disguincio&co | Tripode

 

Disguincio&co | Tripode

Disguincio&co | TripodeThe whole object is covered with a flexible rubber that functions like a skin layer, to protect the internal components and to create a continuous surface. The main body can be removed for a versatile use, transforming it into a table lamp if anchored to a specific stand or into a wireless lamp, thanks to a built-in rechargeable battery.

Disguincio&co | Tripode The Project has been selected for the “Light for Emotional Comfort” competition, in collaboration with POLI.Design Milan.

Architect: Disguincio&co 
Project name: Tripode
Year: 2012
Typology: product design
Client: Light for Emotional Comfort competition, in collaboration with POLI.Design Milan.
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