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‘Cruda’ table lamp by Alessandro Marelli (IT)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.03.2014 - Tagged as: , , ,

'Cruda' task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

‘Cruda’ task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

Alessandro Marelli’s ‘Cruda’ is a table lamp with a stone for a base, the only decorative element of the lamp that isn’t “‘designed’, but borrowed directly from nature” says the designer. “Users could potentially choose their own stone base and make the object truly unique.”

 

 

'Cruda' task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

‘Cruda’ task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

“In the stone are inserted two cables (for the two polarities) 3 mm copper and covered by a polymeric paint so as to isolate them and to avoid possible short circuits by touching one of them. Two clamps on the cables are inserted in the first power cord is plugged in and connected to the second I OLEDs.”

 

'Cruda' task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

‘Cruda’ task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

 

'Cruda' task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

‘Cruda’ task lamp by Alessandro Marelli

 

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