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Hole-light Luisa Bocchietto, 2009

A void of light around me 

It is a lamp with diffused light that comes out as from a big hole in order to light common spaces, long corridors or the reception hall of a hotel. It is made of white polyethylene with a rotational technology and it may be equipped with a painted edge in order to make the thickness of the lamp disappear and thus to see the light disk of the diffuser only.

designers

The idea of the rotational molded lamp created for Martinelli Luce is rooted in the concept of simulating a void, a “hole” of light used as a ceiling lamp to create the sensation of openings that expand into bright areas.
Ideally, it is designed with the side band painted in a dark color, to be fixed on a dark ceiling, enhancing this sensation.
The central part that upon first impression looks flat is instead concave, and in its larger size, the lamp can create the illusion that the space is amplified when standing underneath it.