Lita

by Luceplan

“I designed Lita in an attempt to incorporate certain elements that are fundamental for me inside the design process: history, the senses, harmony and balance. I wanted to create a timeless but very evocative classic, marked by clear ties to the past

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Specifications

General

Product
Lita
Manufacturer
Luceplan

Product description

“I designed Lita in an attempt to incorporate certain elements that are fundamental for me inside the design process: history, the senses, harmony and balance. I wanted to create a timeless but very evocative classic, marked by clear ties to the past, an elegant, reassuring container of ancestral memories.” David Dolcini


Lita by David Dolcini is an extremely versatile family of decorative lamps, the result of a delicate design process that mixes imagery, signs, geometric textures and natural materials.


The result is a collection with its own elegant simplicity, including table, floor, suspension and wall/ceiling solutions. The diffuser in opaline blown glass – whose surface is scanned by the repetition of slight vertical cusps that vanish at the extremities – is combined with a wooden structure, making Lita a product with a forceful material character. A timeless and evocative object that combines the crafts tradition with technical research, seductive in its way of matching visual and tactile sensations. The diffuser, with its homogeneous light from traditional sources or retrofit LEDs, comes in four sizes: 14, 18, 30 and 42 cm in diameter. The structure comes in solid ash wood, or with a white painted aluminium finish.


Tech specs


Dimensions Table - H 16/27/28/42, Ø 18/30, base Ø 12/16 cm Floor - Diffuser Ø 30, H 160, base Ø 16 cm Wall/ceiling - Ø 14/18/30 cm Suspension - Ø 14/18/30/42 cm, L cable max 300 cm Materials - Solid ash wood or painted in aluminium, blown glass diffuser Light source - LED bulb G9 or E27 2700/3000 K Finishes Structure - Painted matt white, Ash wood Diffuser - Satin opal

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