Idiomi Lamp by Nicolò Caruso

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Idiomi

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Lamp

INSPIRATION:
The inspiration for this lamp came from my curiosity on underwater bioluminescence. In particular, I was inspired by the bivalve "Mactra Stultorum". My creation was inspired by the concept of design elaborated by: Achille Castiglioni "Brera" (1992); Michele De Lucchi "Dioscuri" (1999); Michele De Lucchi Huub Ubbens "Castore" (2003). My lamp recalls the themes of purity of line and shape as well as the candor of white.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Idiomi; the lamp is proposed in three dimensions: 12x10 cm, 24x20 cm, 36x30 cm (supplied with RGB led). It wishes to be a means of expression of Light. Made up of two diffusor shells in opaline policarbonate that are illuminated by two dedicated led circuits. Idiomi allows light to escort man in everyday actions, sensations, feelings and moments.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
This lamp, thanks to the innovative potential of LED, can adapt to the situations that surround it. Each shell can individually increase or decrease the intensity of light and switch from warm light to cool light. In version 36x30 cm white light can also approached to colored light.

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PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Idiomi is made up of two diffusor shells in opaline policarbonate, the two shells are illuminated by two dedicated led circuits, a dimmer to control the intensity of light, a DMX control system to enable the passage from warm light to cool light and to shift from one colour to another, a litio battery is used to enable its use wireless.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
The lamp is proposed in three dimensions: 120 x 100 x 26 mm, 240 x 200 x 52 mm, 360 x 300 x 78 mm.

TAGS:
opaline policarbonate, two diffusor shells, it wishes to be a means of expression of light, white

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Light can act on the level of human well-being. A warm light accelerates the release of melatonin, which tends to promote relaxation and sleep. A cool light contributes to the reduction of melatonin and tends to promote wakefulness (blue LED have the maximum effect).

CHALLENGE:
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ADDED DATE:
2014-02-27 10:06:34

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Nicolò Caruso, 2013.

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Nicolò Caruso

PROFILE:
Nicolò Caruso product and lighting designer, his training took place at the Polytechnic of Milan. Completed the course of studies he has collaborated with some studies of architecture, engineering and art. In his spare time involved in the design, with particular attention to the lamps.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Idiomi Lamp by Nicolò Caruso is a Nominee in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Idiomi Lamp by Nicolò Caruso is Winner in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category, 2013 - 2014.

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