'With Luthien, I wanted to design a precious, refined object,' says Monica Armani. 'A sort of luminous jewel to place on the wall and dress it up. A sign, a timeless form with two different souls. When it's off, Luthien glows delicately. When the outer portion is lit, the lamp comes alive, and the central core changes its tone to augment the contrast between the surfaces. The new light is suitable for many situations and makes a strong impression, on or off.'
The lamp provides indirect lighting thanks to the dynamic synergy of planes that interact to produce reflections of the beams on surfaces and walls, creating a gentle cloud of light in space. With a nominal thickness, the LED light source at line voltage with a warm hue lets Luthien protrude minimally from the wall and simplifies installation.
After years of fruitful collaboration with Luceplan, focusing mostly on products for the office and hospitality settings, Monica Armani has now designed a lamp for contract applications that is also ideal for domestic use. With its beauty and compact size, Luthien's decorative impact is truly out of the ordinary.
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