The sobriety of the black lacquered stem of the Brass Bell reading light enhances the golden brass finish of the borosilicate glass shade. Borosilicate glass, having a low coefficient of thermal expansion, is less sensitive to temperature shocks. A warm alliance of copper and zinc, brass is the only metal capable of imitating gold. It is noted for its colour, which varies from pink to yellow. When unlit, the shade is golden brass in appearance. When illuminated, the brass-coated glass becomes transparent, with the bulb becoming visible in a surprising hologram effect. The shade of the reading light is directional (low/high and 360° rotation), enabling one to direct the light source towards the user.
Base of reading light Ø 16 cm and stem in Epoxy satin black lacquered steel. Directional shade H 29.5 cm / Ø 16.5 cm in semi-transparent brass-coloured borosilicate glass. Head of light is directional (low/high and 360° rotation). Black PVC cable with foot switch. Supplied with 1 x 5 W Gu10 dichroic full glass LED bulb - angle of diffusion 36°.
- 3-cable suspended light with 3 shades H 29.5 cm / Ø 16.5 cm in semi-transparent brass-coloured borosilicate glass. Epoxy satin black lacquered ceiling fitting H3 - W 77.5 x D 7.5 cm. Round black PVC cable. Supplied with 3 x 5 W Gu10 dichroic full glass LED bulbs - angle of diffusion 36°.
THIS LIGHT IS SOLD WITH ENERGY CLASS A+ BULBS. IT IS COMPATIBLE WITH BULBS FROM ENERGY CLASSES A++ TO E.
Dimensions: 1 Cable: ∅16.5 x H182.5 cm 3 Cables: L77.5 x D16.5 x H182.5 cm 5 Cables: ∅48.5 x H184 cm
Patrick Nicole Zulauf grew up in his father's aeroplane restore workshop in Switzerland, and used to transform bits and pieces from the junkyard into new and useful objects. This nature cultivated from young propelled him to explore interior design and architecture in his studies as he grew up. Collaborating with many various designers and architects on different projects, he was led to working on lights. Zulauf opening his own interdisciplinery studio in 2013, engaging in both one-off pieces and series-produced items as both designer and product engineer.