Chick Lamp By Luca Vagnini - 01

Chick Lamp / Luca Vagnini

 Chick Lamp  

Chick Lamp by Italian graphic designer Luca Vagnini is a simple rectangular light on legs with a nice little handle so you can carry it around like a lantern. It is simplistic and modest from its delicate features. It can function as a table lamp or as a portable floor lamp.

A simple form created according to the golden section, enclosed by an iron frame stuck in a groove perimeter. The whole structure is fixed by only two small screws located under the wooden box. The Chick Lamp is made with oak wood with box joint, chrome toggle switch, white or black laquered iron rod and sandblasted glasses on both sides.

Luca Vagnini

Is a minimal, portable, rectangular light on legs. Its simple and modest form allows it to be used as a table lamp, due to its size, or as a portable floor lamp, creating a lantern like effect. It is made of oak wood with comb joints, white or black lacquered iron rod and sandblasted glasses on both sides. Chrome toggle switch. Its body, which was created in accord with the golden section, is enclosed in an iron frame lodged in a groove running on its external surface. The whole structure is kept together only by two small screws located under the wooden box. Best used with low energy bulbs.

 Data  

Name: Chick Lamp
Type: Floor Lamp, Table Lamp
Materials: oak wood, laquered iron rod, sandblasted glasses
Materials Combination: Wood + Glass, Wood + Metal, Eco / Recycled / Green
Dimensions: n/a
Lamp Type: low energy bulbs
Colour: Natural Color
Year: 2011

 The people  

Lighting Designer: Luca Vagnini, Italy
Manufacturer: Self-production
Text Description: © Courtesy of Luca Vagnini
Images: © Luca Vagnini

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