Direct/indirect light wall lamp.
Things small and large often have deep affinities. This well-known axiom has been fascinating us for centuries, so much so that two of the creations by Piero Lissoni, Long Light and Tight Light, focus on this analogy between the tiny on one hand and the grandeur of the universe on the other. Similar in terms of their purity and minimalism, and sharing the coolness of the aluminium from which they are made, these sconce lights differ in terms of their light diffusion. Eliminating all frills and unnecessary decorations, the designer has created discrete sources of light that modulate the walls with their presence.
Piero Lissoni is an architect, art director and designer (1956).
Together with Nicoletta Canesi, Piero Lissoni opens the studio Lissoni Associati in 1986. He begins collaborating as designer and Art Director with some of the best Italian and international furniture manufacturers.
In 1996 they create Graph.x to develop graphic projects.
The work of the studio embraces architecture, graphics and industrial design, with projects ranging from furniture, accessories, kitchens, bathroom and lighting fixtures to corporate identity, advertising, catalogues and packaging. Interior design projects include hotels, showrooms, trade stands, private houses, shops and yachts.
The studio currently employs over 70 people, comprising architects, designers and graphic designers and creates solutions for Alessi, Boffi, Cappellini, Cassina, Fantini, Flos/Antares, Fritz Hansen, Glas Italia, Kartell, Knoll International, Lema, Living Divani, Lualdi, Matteograssi, Olivari, Pierantonio Bonacina, Poltrona Frau, Porro, Riva 1920, Sabattini, Tecno and Thonet.