DAWN TO DUSK | Wall lamp By Haberdashery
LED Corian® wall lamp
Corian®, Anodized aluminium
Evoking the memory of sunrise to sunset. The award-winning DAWN TO DUSK range evokes the memory of the rising and setting sun and its transition from deep reds and orange, into peach hues then through to the white light of midday.
Extending the DAWN TO DUSK range, the 1-metre diameter wall mounted version has been developed as a focal point for an interior space, bathing it in warm red hues of the sunrise through orange and peach to the bright white of the midday sun all beautifully diffused across its tactile matt Corian surface.
Maintaining the lighting function and minimal aesthetic of the award-winning floor and table lamps the wall version is operated using industry standard 0/10v dimming allowing the user to control the light output to suit their mood or requirements. The product can be installed with either a direct connection to mains power, maintaining the minimal aesthetic or with a simple power cable and plug.
“We wanted to bring a sense of drama created by the sun flooding into your space, bleeding across every surface. Homes can be seas of white and sometimes life is just far more varied and exciting than that.”, explains Ben Rigby, Creative Director + Co-founder from Haberdashery.
Finish: Matt white
Lumen output: 1000 - 4000 K, 0 - 25,000 Lumen, 90 CRI
Light source: Integrated LED
Operating voltage: 24 V
Power requirements: 220 - 240 Vac 350 W
Dimmable: 0-10 and Casambi compatible
Award-winning contemporary lighting products built around abstracted narratives and the intelligent use of technology. In their Contemporary Collection, Haberdashery break the mould of the standard contemporary vernacular with unique lighting designs delivering bold colour and timeless narratives rather than following fashions or trends.
The result is an emotional bond between the user, the product and their interior space; a connection that resonates whether it's with the majesty of the rising and setting sun in the Red Dot award-winning Dawn to Dusk or in the dynamic, opposing identities of Introvert Extrovert. - "We ask ourselves what is lighting for, and can it deliver more?"