Occhio io 3d lettura

Occhio io 3d lettura

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Marque: Occhio, Germany

Designer: Axel Meise

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Product description

Perfectly designed, innovative, charismatic: The new io 3d series from Occhio is captivating with its wide range of individual styling options, its fascinating three-dimensional movability, the very latest LED technology and unique details that create an unprecedented ease of experiencing light.

The distinctive head seems invisibly joined to the gently angled, flat-profile arm which serves as the basis for the remarkable flexibility of the io 3d. The characteristic grip pads are insulated against heat so that the head can be safely turned in any direction. Easy to exchange, the pads themselves constitute a distinguished design feature that allows giving the lamp a new look at any point of time. The lamp is switched and dimmed manually – with touch-free and intuitive controls.

LED 13/18W (switchable), high color CRI 95, 2700 / 3000 K color temperature

overall dimension  
1200 - 1500 mm
1200 - 1500 mm
Head of lamp  
Diameter head of lamp
100 mm

 Axel Meise, Germany

88 products of 1 manufacturer.

Axel Meise is a self-taught light designer. He designed and marketed his first table lamp already as a student in the mid eighties. He proceeded to lay the cornerstone for his company Axelmeiselicht with the low voltage systems which followed. In his work as a light designer he had the inspiration of a comprehensive "lighting tool" and put the first sketches for a modular lighting system to paper one night in the mid nineties - the initial idea that sparked off Occhio. This highly innovative head-body principle is the result of the following consideration: “How do I place a light source in a room exactly where the light is needed – and how do I create the optimal lighting effect for the respective situation?”. Occhio is the result of his 25-year preoccupation with lighting and at the same time marks only the beginning of a continuous innovation process, for: “light is evolution”.