105 cm wide x 94 cm high (300 cm max) fluorescent, 33W max, or halogen, 150W max
Alrisha is another name for the Alpha Piscium star in the constellation of Pisces. The Arabic name means "the rope": indeed, it is the point of convergence of two ribbons of stars that tie the tails of the fish in the constellation. Now Alrisha is also a lamp, which was conceived and designed by the Danish architect Brian Rasmussen, a lighting expert working on his first project for Axo Light. The encounter between the Venice-based Scandinavian designer and the Venetian manufacturer of international renown has given rise to the explosive exuberance of Alrisha. Alrisha consists of a central spherical element which guards the light source, from which many twisted ribbons - a generous 132 in total - branch out to accompany the emitted light. The impression it gives you is of a bright star that shines its light in every direction. The collection comprises a suspension and a wall lamp, which are both made of aluminium, painted in white. The light source is either fluorescent, 33W max, or halogen, 150W max. The wall lamps - especially when placed side-by-side - can create some fantastic lighting effects on the surfaces onto which they are applied: they consist of a twisted aluminium ribbon held in place in close proximity to the wall by two elements fitted at the extremities, which contain one 2x1,5 W LED each. They are available with a wall plaque, designed for fixing to a single power supply point, or without the plaque with two power supply points.