Fauna cord lamp

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Product Description

“Domestic fauna meant as the grouping of multiple species, whether migratory or not, having a functional or decorative role, inhabiting a specific familiar environment, always part of the human dwelling habitat.” The Fauna lamp can change shape over time and become an integral part of the home ecosystem. It can adapt to its surroundings, and one can find it hanging from a ledge or quietly resting in a niche. It has bones of copper and skin of wire; it can stretch up to bring its light all the way to the ceiling or remain coiled to illuminate the floor. Fauna can be modeled as desired thanks to its inner copper core.

How Its Made

It is made as a coil but it can be easily shaped to whatever shape. The direction of light is not the only aspect that can be adjusted: the lamp’s shape can be changed as well to create an exciting variety of aesthetical and functional solutions– from a table lamp to a floor lamp, from a wall light to a ceiling light. A coiled electric wire guarantees safety while also giving strength to the extraordinary materic aspect of the lighting fixture. A game of harmony and tension between the improbability of a cable and the plasticity of crystallized silhouettes.

Colour Black | Green | Red
Material Copper | Fabric
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Comments and Questions

  1. Lapo:

    Hi Ludovic,

    thank you, we are really glad that you like our Fauna lamp.
    The size you’re referring to is the total lenght of the lamp (e.g. The Small one is made of 200 cm of rope and a 30 cm bulb). Further in both versions the wire is 100 cm long.

    I hope this can help you! Let me know if you need anything else.

    Best,
    Lapo.

  2. ludovic.cheronl@gmail.com:

    Hi,

    I’m very impressed by this lamp, and i would like to buy one of them.
    But I do not know what size to choose.. S or XL.. The size “230cm” is the total size or just the size of the rope ?

    Thanks,
    Ludovic.