Siro Lamp by Marta Perla

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Siro

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Lamp

INSPIRATION:
Since our origins, mankind felt the primal need to research celestial mechanics and investigate the connections between cosmic phenomena and earthly episodes of mundane life. In the same way, a similar but intimate relationship exists in the domestic environment, between man, light, and space, resulting in inexplicable prosperity and peace of mind. Here comes Siro, as a tribute to Sirius, the brightest white dwarf star in the sky.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Siro is a table lamp, composed by a hemisphere and a disc, unleashing a radiant light toward the inside. When observed from the front, the lamp seems to consist of two bi-dimensional shapes, creating an illusion of perfect equilibrium. Its singularity lies in the way Siro occupies space. The large diameter is contrasted by a minimal depth, made possible by advanced LED technology. The lamp comes in two different sizes with identical colors: bronze and brass.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The lamp respects the classic rules of interaction. The flow of light can be adjusted via dimmer.It does not emit direct light so it is an atmosphere light

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in September 2018 in Rome and finished in January 2019 in Milan, and was exhibited in Salone del Mobile in April 2019 and in Shanghai Exhibition Center in September 2019

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Table lamp giving indirect led light in metal. Matt Black base, lens shaped reflector in painted satin bronze or satin gold glaze aluminium, painted in white inside. Components made by die casting.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
1 - Height 340 mm 1 x max 10 W (LED) - dimmer - 2700°K - 1330 lm - CRI >90 Packaging dim: 440 x 440 x 21 mm volume: 0,0406 m3 weight: 4,3 kg 2 - Height 450 mm 1 x max 14 W (LED) - dimmer - 2700°K - 1700 lm - CRI >90 Packaging dim: 540 x 540 x 250 mm volume: 0,0729 m3 weight: 5,6 kg energy class A++, A+, A

TAGS:
, decorative, simple, circle, ethernal, classic, balance

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
A project inspired by a study on the circle and its evolution, movements and infinite declensions in space. As stated by Bruno Munari, the circle is Giotto, is the Sun and the Moon, is King Arthur’s Round Table, is the human eye, but also an ordinary object like a plate. The circle is mystery, is motion and stasis, is eternal flux In everyday life, the round shape symbolisesharmony, hospitality, and warmth.

CHALLENGE:
The relationship between man, space and light was at the center of the research. The product had to respect the aesthetic and philosophical canons of the Oluce company and use materials and production technologies accessible to the company.The production did not encounter particular difficulties as the main parts that make up the lamp are three: front disc, semi-spherical cap and base. The latter was made by die casting.

ADDED DATE:
2021-01-27 16:38:01

TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Marta Perla

IMAGE CREDITS:
Ph Miro Zagnoli

Visit the following page to learn more: https://www.oluce.com/prodotto/siro/
CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Oluce

PROFILE:
Founded in 1945, Oluce is the oldest Italian design company in the illumination sector still in operation today. The design qualities of the lamps make them icons that communicate across the generations to become an integral part of the homes they furnish. The company was founded in 1945 by Giuseppe Ostuni. In 1951 Oluce took part in the IX Triennale di Milano , presenting, in the lighting section, a luminator designed by Franco Buzzi. In the second edition of the Compasso d'Oro in 1955, two lamps by Tito Agnoli were selected (the floor model 363 and one for the bookcase). [1] In 1954, the 255/387 luminaire (called "Agnoli") [2] marks the end of the era of lampshades and the beginning of the adoption of floor lamps. At the end of the decade, Gianni and Joe Colombo designed the "Acrilica" table lamp [3] , present in the Oluce catalog since 1962 and gold medal at the XIII Milan Triennale [4] . In 1963, Marco Zanuso designed the model 275 table lamp for Oluce, put into production in 1965. In 1964/66 , the family of watertight outdoor lamps was born with Joe Colombo from the molded glass known as " Fresnel lens ". Fresnel 2. Followed, in 1965, by the group "Spider" [5] which won the first Compasso d'Oro for Oluce and, in 1972, was exhibited in New York in the exhibition "Italy: the New Domestic Landscape". In 1967 Colombo with the "Coupé" model, kept at the MoMa , proposed a curved stem of considerable size to support a semi-cylindrical cap. The Coupé won the International Design Award of the American Institute of Interior Designers in Chicago in 1968 . In 1970, one year after the death of Joe Colombo, the "Halogen lamp" was born, which went into production in 1972, the first indoor halogen to appear on the market [6] . Meanwhile, the ownership of Oluce passes to the Verderi family; Vico Magistretti is the company's art director and main designer. [7] In the 90s, the designers were Hannes Wettstein, who made the "Soirée" model, Riccardo Dalisi with the "Sister" and "Zefiro" models, and Marco Romanelli (with whom Sebastian Bergne, Hans Peter Weidmann, Laudani & Romanelli collaborate). In 1997 the "Estela" lamp was the first object in industrial production by the brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana. In 2000, with the "Nuvola" series, Toni Cordero began collaborating with Oluce, of which "Nuvola" will be the last project. In 2001 stones in white Murano glass and transparent perspex canes (designed by Laudani & Romanelli and Ferdi Giardini) represent the Oluce stand at Euroluce. The design team includes the American Tim Power, the Scandinavian Harri Koskinen and the Italian Carlo Colombo. Ferdi Giardini designs the "Nerolia" lamp, Francesco Rota "Ibiza", Laudani & Romanelli "Cand-led", Harri Koskinen "Lamppu". Then follows, with "Sorane" first and then with "Switch", Oki Sato (Nendo).

NOMINATION DETAILS

Siro Lamp by Marta Perla is a Nominee in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category.

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Siro Lamp by Marta Perla is Winner in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category, 2020 - 2021.



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