Created by Note Design Studio, Musa is a lamp of organic qualities that attracts the eye due to its lighting function.

Body Material
Aluminum
Class Type
III
Colour Rendering Index
90
Colour Temperature
2700k
Diameter
26cm
Diffuser
Blown glass
Dimmer Type
Push and Electric cable with plug
Energy Label
A+
Finish
Matt salmon lacquer
Gross Weight
1.3kg
Level of Protection
IP20
Light bulb type
LED
Luminous Flux
449lm
Max Wattage
4.5w
Net Weight
0.85kg
Number of LED
1
Packaging
1 Box
Packaging Height
30cm
Packaging Length
17cm
Packaging Width
32cm
Product Certificate
CE
Surface Type
F
Voltage
100-240v
Volume
0.0163m3
Width
9cm
With Dimmer
Yes

A delicate and elegant design where a symbiotic interaction is stablished between the small hand blown opal glass sphere and the dish that holds and reflects it. Designed as a table lamp there is also a portable model with its own battery ending it complete autonomy. Its capacity of being able to work anywhere underlines its poetic physical form.

Note: Driver Constant Voltage 24V.100-240V. 50/60Hz.


Note Design Studio

Note is a Stockholm-based design studio founded in 2008 by Johannes Carlström, Cristiano Pigazzini, Susanna Wåhlin, Kristoffer Fagerström and Daniel Hecksher working within the fields of architecture, interior, product, graphic as well as design strategy. Our pieces for Le Chance, Menu,

Sancal, Fogia, Design Within Reach among other brands have become renowned worldwide.

Our philosophy is: Creativity is about searching for what is missing, to constantly realign thoughts and expressions to find that moment of insight when everything clicks. At Note we collaborate intensely, with personal passion and our design disciplines – interior, product, graphic, architecture, and strategies – to share our insights with the world.


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.