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Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

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Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.

Polesano | Trick | Underscore | Lun up |

Lun up

Lun-up luminaire designed by Dean Skira for iGuzzini (2012)

As most of successful ideas, the idea for Lun-up came spontaneously during one of many researches of which fixture to use for a specific lighting design situation. The concept has been developed out of necessity to illuminate a column and achieving uniform linear light without the usual scallop on the bottom part. The basic idea of Lun-up is to undo the usual centered source and dismantle the typical recessed up light round fixture into 4 parts of the curve. One quarter of the circle is the basic form from which many different compositions derive. The design of the lamp is very convenient and adjustable and, as LED technology has brought new possibilities in its form and function, it can be used in numerous variations in interiors and exteriors. The visual effect is entirely different than using usual round recessed fittings. Not only in form of light emitted from it but also in volume of the body itself which is reduced to the actual size of the source. Lun-up is one of the clear examples where “form follows function” and we are confident that it will be a very useful lighting tool in many different occasions.