Ascent, Fixing Pin, Black

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Essential in image, sophisticated in its technology, conceptual in its way of expressing an idea about light, Ascent is an object of striking poetic content, halfway between emotion and reason.

THE GESTURE The fundamental novelty lies in the unusual gesture made to turn on the lamp, adjust its intensity or turn it off. A vertical movement, very different from the typical way of using a dimmer. The small shade slides along the slender stem with a fluid, continuous motion, from top to bottom and vice versa, dimming the light output by moving the head up and down. An intriguing gesture whose simplicity actually conceals a complex process of design and engineering.
THE TECHNOLOGY Intimate and conceptual, Ascent produces many levels of light intensity, using a very precise dimmer located on the stem. The latter has an electronic circuit that transmits input to the microprocessor, which interprets the change of state of the lamp and emits, as a result, different intensities of light. A magical object due to the innovation of the gesture and the immediacy of the technical lighting effect achieved.
THE IMAGE Ascent inverts the proportions between the shade and the body of the lamp, reinventing the table lamp archetype. The shade is an aluminium housing with a semi-gloss paint finish. The stem is slender but solid, in extruded thermoplastic, offering a glimpse of the electronic circuit. Ascent comes in two versions, with an anchor bolt for tables, or with a base. Measurements Version with bolt H 64 cm Version with base H 65 cm, base 17x17 cm Ø head 8.5 cm Material Material Lathed head in aluminium sheet, painted black on the outside. Stem in black technopolymer. Base in black painted steel. Table bolt with impact-proof device in black polyurethane rubber. Lamps LED 10W 2700 K

Formed in 1978, Luceplan cements the idea of three architects, Riccardo Sarfatti, Paolo Rizzatto and Sandra Severi who wished to consolidate the experience developed during their long-standing collaboration with Gino Sarfatti, founder of Arteluce.