Pioneering the concept of “Urban Interior Architecture,” Jean-Michel Wilmotte infuses practical application throughout his designs in which public space is treated with the same considerations as private space. Born in France in 1948, Wilmotte’s firm has been in practice since 1975. Throughout a varied career encompassing architecture and object design, he is as well-known for adaptive re-use of older buildings within an urban planning context as he is for museum exhibitions and high-end boutiques.
Fiamma is a systemic lighting element designed to respond to the needs of the contract sector, yet well suited also for everyday living environments. An anodized aluminum cylinder with a specific texture – a perfect combination of look and functionality – is the true luminous engine of the system.
The light emitted by the LED source is cleverly controlled by a transparent diffuser, designed with an anti-reflex texture, to ensure visual comfort in all usage conditions. Different supports can be assembled on it, all made of carefully processed aluminum, to obtain a variety of versions – suspension, ceiling, reading, table.
-Body in extruded aluminum, mechanically molded to achieve a textured effect evoking the shape of a flame.
-Canopy in painted technopolymer.
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