Gregg Midi Outdoor Wall or Ceiling
Gregg looks like a big stone, shaped and polished by water. A natural form that returns to nature: its outdoor version is like the closing of a circle. Yet Gregg is not circular at all: its image is a tribute to the asymmetrical. It captures the gaze, changing its shape from different viewpoints: walking around it, its form appears to be always slightly different. A game of perception. Gregg seems to be an organic, free object: but actually it has been designed with great precision. Available in two versions – floor or suspension – and in different sizes, the lamp is perfect for the creation of very theatrical compositions.
Gregg MIDI, for the wall and the ceiling, is instead made of handcrafted blown glass. This is a return to the roots, to the wellspring of the design: to the asymmetry of a material that eludes control, during the making, other than the forces of gravity and the breath of the glassblower. The LED light source provides optimal colour temperature, energy efficiency and dimmability.
Dimensions: 8" Wide x 9" Deep x 6 7/8"H
White blown acid-etched glass and coated aluminium.
LED 8,5W 2700°K 700 lm CRI>80
Suitable for damp location
Damp Locations: protected from weather and not subject to saturation with water or other liquids but subject to moderate degrees of moisture.
Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
Ludovica + Roberto Palomba set up their own studio in Milan in 1994, and their joint expertise ranges from architectural planning, to interior design, and partnerships as product designers and art directors with leading international brands; they have received multiple, major accolades such as the Compasso d’Oro award. Their philosophy is to create objects that interact in an immediate way with the people who choose them, creating an intimate, significant and long-lasting relationship, as testified by the durability of their designs. Multiple projects designed for Foscarini: from Birdie, a reinterpretation with a contemporary twist of the classic lampshade-lamp, to the Gregg, Tartan and Rituals models, explorations of unprecedented expressive possibilities for blown glass.