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Neo design studios | Cage

Lighting neo studios | Cage

neo studios | CageCAGE is an outstanding multifunctional fixture developed to stimulate the contemporary and creative use of light. The hidden symbolism of CAGE, being designed in a sort of a birdcage, is philosophic and curious at the same time, meaning exactly the opposite of it’s name, it means “freedom to use light however you want”.

neo studios | Cage

neo studios | Cage

neo studios | CageCAGE also means rough and tough on the way it was designed and manufactured, CAGE means “daily life”, it looks somehow cold and industrial, but with its generous dimension CAGE fills the room and satiates de atmosphere with a soft direct light.

neo studios | Cage

neo studios | CageFull of potentialities, because you can’t actually cage light, the use(s) of this fixture can be tremendous, for instance, just think about using it over the table, on the floor, laying, standing, hanging, light up, light down however you feel like using light.

neo studios | CageCAGE as hanging fixture available under customization.

Designer: Neo design studios
Material: aluminium, steal, acrylic
Available colours: white matt, black matt
Dimensions: Ø 250mm, height: 520mm
Weight: 3,0 Kg
Electrics: fabric cable EU/UK/US – max. 100 W, E27 lighting bulb not included
REF.:  CAG001 (white matt), CAG002 (black matt)
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