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€90
The Modul'o 5 lamp is a variant of the Diod'o lamps, it uses the latest technological developments in lighting: a ribbon "mic ...
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  • Color : Black White
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Lamp Diod'o

Zygot'o design

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Modul'o 5 is a variant of Diod'o lamps, it uses the latest technological developments in lighting: a ribbon "micro-led". This lamp, resolutely contemporary, with a refined style, is constituted like all Modul'o 5 of five elements assembled by aluminum screws.

  • Type precision : Mood light
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Lamp bulb supplied : Yes
  • Number of lights : 21
  • Dimensions : H35 x W26 x D9
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

This lamp is made of PVC cut by numerical control. The led ribbon is supplied with low voltage. Admittedly, the lighting is not very powerful but the Diod'o lamp is perfect to create an atmosphere in a contemporary environment.

These earrings are felted by hand by the artist in his workshop in Brittany and in respect of nature and men. Shapes and shades vary from one loop to another, but Yoëlys strives to respect a visual harmony.

Low voltage power is supplied with the lamp. Available in metropolitan France.

Craftsman

The approach of Bruno Touzot rests on two pillars: the preservation of the functionality and the conjugation of the apparent oppositions. The piece must be functional, otherwise it is pure work of art and therefore of another nature. He conceives it, moreover, often hybrid, mixing materials, techniques, eras, etc. A wealth, more based on the alliance of opposites than on their opposition. Tradition is evoked, not rejected or forgotten but allowing the expression of contemporaneity. For him, technology is never an end in itself. It should not appear as a demonstration of know-how but remain at the service of the project, its function and of course its aesthetics. Bruno Touzot works with a wide range of materials: steel, aluminum, solid wood, plywood, resins, plastics, etc. For him there is no noble material, in itself, but of materials "nobly" used and worked.