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Exotic, luxurious, empathic The new Plumage collection evokes the overlapping feathers of a tropical bird: a series of hanging or floor lamps with magnificent feather-like shapes, white painted metal structures and TREVIRA® CS fabric diffusers. The overlapping shapes and light layers of fabric cast interesting shadows and create dark and light giving the lamp a dynamic appearance, like the feathers of a large bird. There are seven monochrome colours available or a multicoloured version, all of which are made of removable and washable fabric The TREVIRA® CS fire-resistant fabric is easy to remove. The fabric is washable and available in seven different colours: white, green, red, brown, orange, light grey, fuchsia or in a bright multicoloured version. The result is a fabulous and sunny lampshade, with a distinctive shape, size and chromatic impact, yet light in its overall appearance. Extra large sizes The Plumage hanging lampshades are available in three different sizes to suit all types of spaces: the diameters are 80, 120 and 180 cm. While they are visually striking on their own, they are even more effective when mounted in groups in contract spaces. The floor version is available in two sizes: Ø 80 cm and height 189 cm and an oversize model which is particularly high impact, with a diameter of 180 cm and a height of 300 cm. Reduced packaging dimensions The Plumage diffusers can be completely dismantled and require little space in packaging. The collection is available with halogen or fluorescent bulbs with an E27 screw fitting.
Vanessa Vivian was born in 1994 in Mirano (Venice). Vanessa graduated from the Institute of Tourism in Venice after having expressed her passion for design, particularly with glass and light, from a very young age. The choice of tourism studies anticipated the interest that the designer feels for other cultures and diversity. An open mind and earnest curiosity are precisely what led her to develop her vibrant creativity, in which two of the most original and colurful collections of the Lightecture line stem from.
Layers, Plumage and Anadem were created with Vanessa's pencil; both seem to have derived from the inspiration and experience of mature and fulfilled designers. However, they actually originate from the pure imagination and vision of a very young girl, who is a promising international designer. Vanessa's talent is hereditary; she is indeed the daughter of Manuel Vivian, a key designer at Axo Light, who is now a mentor and guide for his talented eldest daughter.
Thus if the saying “Well begun is half done” is true, we can expect big things from this young artist, who has proven to be a talent not to lose sight of.