Foscarini Gregg Table Lamp Medium Dimmer


Foscarini Gregg Table Lamp Medium Dimmer
Max 1x150W E27

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Foscarini Gregg Table Lamp
Material: Blown acid-etched glass and coated metal
The Gregg table lamps have a delightful organic shape, like pebbles honed by a river, and they are made of hand-blown glass in various sizes.
Table or floor lamp with diused light. White satin nish hand-blown difuser achieved using glass blowing procedure without turning the glass in the mould (referred to as “stationary”), subject to immersion in acid. The glass in the medium and large version is incorporated with a matt transparent injection moulded polycarbonate ring nut, which is in white polycarbonate in the small version. White epoxy powder coated metal supporting base and matt injection moulded transparent polycarbonate lamp holder support. ON/OFF switch on the transparent cable or with dimmer for the gradual brightness adjustment. read more...

A product of natural inspiration and extensive research, Gregg’s shape is reminiscent of a large pebble, its surface polished by the water. It could even be seen as the egg of some mythological beast, a symbol of creation and re-birth. Pure volume with a familiar ease of interpretation, yet one that is surprising, because Gregg’s asymmetric shape changes depending on the point of view of the person observing it. This is a new solution where a traditional material like glass becomes a tool in the designer’s hands to give an original character to an environment. There are three dierent sizes in the table version.

In the home environment the warm, uniform light produced by the white satined difuser and its essential style have a strong functional and decorative value. Thanks to the closed shape of the diuser, the bulb is screened in all directions, which protects from dazzle and makes it easy to place even at dierent heights. When part of a composition, Gregg is suitable for some of the most surprising uses. A ’raindrop’ structure highlights the vertical extension of a window or stairway, producing an extremely striking efect. Vertical arrangement of a multitude of suspensions at various heights generates spectacular luminous false ceilings.