The designer Diego Fortunato is the author of the Mayfair floor lamp for Vibia.

Base diameter
22cm
Base material
Zamak
Colour
Gloss Black Nickel and Green
Coordination system
CG
Diffuser material
Polycarbonate
Dimmable
Optical Sensor
Efficiency
26.31%
Gross weight
12.8kg
Height
147cm
Light position
X=0.00m Y=0.00m Z=1.34m
Light source 1
1 x LED STRIP 24V 2,4W
Light source 2
1 x LED STRIP 24V 16,8W
Maximum value
66.01
Net weight
6.2kg
Packaging
1 Box / 1,50 x 0,32 x 0,34 m
Position
C=45.00 G=40.00
Shade diameter
30cm
Shade height
6cm
Shade material
Methacrylate
Total flux
1840.5 lm
Tube material
Steel
Volume
0.163m3

This floor lamp is an obvious example of the evolution of 18th Century lighting models. Consisting of a metal structure, a methacrylate or steel shade, depending on the model and a polycarbonate diffuser. The user can choose between a wide range of up to six different finishes that respond to current market design trends. Perfect for use in living room areas, circulation zones or bedrooms. Featuring a LED light source which can be dimmed using an optical sensor.


Diego Fortunato

Diego Fortunato designed the Jazz and Mayfair collections for Vibia. The collection of organic forms that characterises Jazz includes floor lamps, table lamps and hanging lamps. Diego Fortunato’s latest collection, Mayfair, updates the design of the pendant lamps used to light library study desks, providing both a fresh and innovative approach.


Light creates, renders and gives life. Through light we perceive the landscape, architecture and the spaces we inhabit, stimulating our senses and perceptions. Each of us possesses a unique identity, a personal point of view and a subjective way of perceiving reality.