Lights integrated into the architecture, until they disappear
Three lamps that discreetly illuminate the room while leaving space and visibility for the furniture
Creating harmony between lighting and architecture, leaving space, litterally disapperaing from view. Some lamps don’t want to be part of the environment, contribute to the atmosphere in an almost imperceptible way, appearing to the eye only for as long as necessary or even leaving the scene to light alone.
Can an iconic, award-winning lamp be invisible when it is not emitting light? Caveau lets people regulate its opening; it is its inclination that shows the desired portion of light. When it is turned off, it closes and disappears into the wall, like a shell that always has something precious to show inside.
Spillo 2i is a line of light drawn in space, at will, always starting from a surface. Like Caveau, it is a recessed lamp that illuminates according to the imagination with which it is installed and the orientation of its rods. It can be used in compositions to produce creative and dramatic lighting effects. The light then disappears once it is switched off and the small light fittings can return to integrate flush with the wall.
The architectural effect of light is also that of Ring, rings designed to be recessed into walls to mark out the light without taking up even the smallest amount of space in the room. A circular cut of light which, once positioned, can be painted like the wall facade and integrate even more into the wall itself.
These are lamps that actually become part of the architectural design itself from the outset, and their characteristics are particularly suited to hospitality and retail spaces.