Designed by Matteo Fiorini
The idea behind Heis derives from quantum mechanics, and in particular from Heisenberg’s First Uncertainty Principle.
The concept of Heis, a proposal that is composed of pure and rigorous forms – an iron tubular frame, a glass sphere in opal glass containing light, and two metal disks – recalls the statement that establishes the limits of knowledge and measurement of a physical system.
A minimalist design that matches all styles.
Heis floor lamp combines two functions in one single piece: light fitting and item of furniture, thanks to the disk positioned in the middle that can be used as a small table.
Metal and Blown Glass
Ø 32 cm, h.190 cm
1 x G9 LED
110 - 130 V | 220 - 240 V
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Mattia Maestri | Nicola Vettorello | Claudio Rocci | Beppe Brancato | Matteo Castagna
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