Servoluce

/ An artifice for indirect light transport generating endless combinations of reflections

"Servoluce" is the name of the lamp designed by Park Associati for lighting brand Firmamento Milano. Carlo Guglielmi, founder of Firmamento Milano, an experienced entrepreneur in the field of Italian design, asked 12 Milanese architectural firms to design objects for lighting in order to create a collection of products that could represent a highly autonomous proposal compared to the usual market demands. Innovative and courageous objects, even in their measure and in discretion, following the idea that research always has the purpose to establish personality and quality rather than extreme marketing.

Available in three versions: ceiling, table and floor, "Servoluce" is an artifice for indirect light transport. Depending on the version, it is made up of two or three painted aluminium disks through a vertical brass axis that crosses them in the middle. In the case of the ceiling lamp, the direct light emitted by the lower disk bounces off the surface of the upper one, flooding of light the space. In table and floor versions, the manual positioning of the central disk generates endless combinations of reflections and luminous structures.

Servoluce is a simple and clean form that does not impose itself but transforms and undeniably connotes the environments in which it is collocated.

  • Info
    • Client
      Firmamento Milano
    • Year
      2018
    • Design team
      Filippo Pagliani, Michele Rossi
  • Datasheet

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