Lapilla. Composing Magnetism

Ronda Design presents the new lamp designed by Debonademeo

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Lapilla. Composing Magnetism
08/01/2019 - Ronda Design presents a new lamp concept: Lapilla designed by Debonademeo. The products introduces an element of light into the game of geometries and freely positioned elements of the Magnetika collection, a system consisting of metal wall panelling in various finishes and magnetic accessories. The result is a highly functional wall lamp, which is secured to the metal walls through magnetic force alone, merging with them in a single whole with a significantly modern vibe.
 
The base and lampshade do not need a hard rod connecting them, but they are instead joined by the power cable which is long and slender, standing out from the background to create customisable designs, and contributing towards embellishing the overall design.
 
Alternatively, magnetic wireways are available to guide the path taken by the cable along the wall panels, dividing it up into geometric segments. The lamp base is fitted with a cover and can be used to store any excess power cable.
 
The variant with fixed base is designed with the positioning of Lapilla lined up with the holes in the wall intended for wires to go through, whereas the variant with electricity socket can be secured freely anywhere on the wall, leaving the remaining cable under the base exposed.

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Lapilla. Composing Magnetism

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Lapilla. Composing Magnetism

Lapilla. Composing Magnetism

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