BASIC TWELVE is a wooden modular magnetic lamp, intended for single use or multiple items combination. Nine thin solid beech wood slabs are assembled by hand to create a dodecahedron. The result is an astonishing object with its essentiality, at the same time flexible and customizable, designed to meet changing needs. HOW IT WORKS Each lamp has three magnetized sides. Thanks to the magnets two or more lamps can be connected together. Once attached, the lamps can rotate in different position to direct light when one wishes. Like refrigerator magnets, Basic TWELVE lamp can be fixed to any metallic surface such as bookcases, fridges, shelves and tables. HOW IT IS MADE Each lamp is handmade in Italy. We meticulously check the quality of materials to offer a reliable and durable product. It is composed of two parts: the lampshade and the cable. Lampshade materials: solid beech wood, gold neodymium magnets and brass logo. Cable: textile cable with brass lamp holder, with CE certification. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION SIZE: 15x15x15 cm / 6”x6”x6” WEIGHT: 300 gr / 0.6 lbs USE: for indoor use only BULB: E14 max 25W CABLE: textile cable 150 cm long. Different color available PLUG: different plug types available Light bulb not included. We recommend to use a LED filament bulb.
Hoe Het Gemaakt Is
All Plato Design products are designed and handmade in Italy. We love to merge clear design and functional innovation. What makes Basic TWELVE lamp special is the solid beechwood shell that is only 6 mm wide and the eighteen golden magnets embedded into the wood. The super-strong neodymium magnets let you fix the lamp to each metal surface you have at home or to another lamp. The production process starts with beechwood selection. After CNC cutting, it is assembled by hand and polished with a natural benzene-free hardwax-oil. Then all the inserts – the golden magnets and the brass logo – are fixed to the solid wood. The textile cable and the brass lamp holder are custom made for our lamps in Tuscany, a few kilometers from our workshop in Rome.