LEDs have revolutionized the world of artificial light, giving the possibility of reinventing lighting fixtures from their source. Oluce offers a family of lamps - divided into floor and table lamps - born from the desire to make a very technical light magical, dimensioning the parts of the lamp according to the dimensions of the LED. Supermoon's thin metal rod hides the electrical components inside and houses the light source: the LED opens on the rod into hemispherical caps that reflect its light by rotating on their own axis. The echo of the perpetual motion of the celestial bodies is thus enhanced by the small luminous heart contained in the structure of the lamp itself.
The Globe is a lamp designed by Joe Colombo in 1964. Its pure geometries coexist in a constant balance of form and function: the transparent blown glass sphere contains the cylindrical metal reflector that projects its timeless light into space, available in satin nickel or satin gold - anodic bronze finishes.
Parallel is a collection of table and floor lamps born from the desire to present to the market a product that can appeal to a wide range of tastes and be used in a variety of spaces, from the most classic to the most contemporary and austere.
The G.O. lamp is the revival edition of a model designed for Oluce by Giuseppe Ostuni in the 1960s.
A lamp that, in the essence of its design, is extremely modern, characterized by a vertical axis from which a horizontal arm on which the lampshade is mounted. The arm, thanks to the joint system, is therefore a sliding element that can be repositioned and oriented according to specific needs.
Oluce Lighting's design aesthetic is crisp, linear and decorative. A subtle, intellectual beauty that over the years has helped the company produce some of the world's most famous and admired iconic lights.