The wall lamp created by Francisco Gomez Paz is the result of a major, complex innovation: injection moulding technology applied to a Fresnel lens.

“Illusion is the outcome of the work done with Luceplan in recent years, a series of experiments and research, starting with products we have already made together, and representing the first step towards the development of future projects”. This is how Francisco Gomez Paz, one of the designers of reference of Luceplan today, explains the birth of Illusion, which like Hope (Compasso d’Oro 2011, created by Gomez together with Paolo Rizzatto) makes use of the optical effects of Fresnel lenses.
AN INNOVATIVE WALL LAMP The company asked the designer to make an LED wall lamp for major energy savings: to obtain the same quantity of light with 17 watts of power that would normally be obtained with 150.
IMAGE AND ADVANTAGES Much slimmer than a traditional applique, Illusion consumes less. The image of a sphere captured in a square is generated by the optical effect of the Fresnel lens, since the body of the lamp is flat, with a thickness of just 4 centimeters.
Illusion marks another important step forward for Luceplan in the area of technological and formal innovation for lighting fixtures.
Dimensions 23 x 23 cm depth 4 cm Material Structure in aluminium white painted. Fresnel lens integrated into PMMA diffuser Lamps LED 17W, 3000K, 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz Total luminous flux 1440lm, CRI 80 tipico Dimmable by wall control EEC: A
W, 3000K, 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz Total luminous flux 1440lm, CRI 80 tipico Dimmable by wall control EEC: A


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.