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Oluce Las 376 floor light
The Oluce Las 376 was designed in 2015 by the Japanese designer team Mist-o. The floor lamp has a painted aluminum structure composed of several horizontal and vertical struts. The height is 177 cm, the projection is 50 cm. Three LEDs with each 18 watts of power are used as lamps. The diffusers are made of satin-transparent polymethylmethacrylate, the reflectors are made out of metal. The aluminum structure is cut out with a laser. The floor lamp has a double switch, Uplight and Downlight can be switched separately. Two LEDs illuminate upwards, an LED emits its light directly downwards and can therefore serve as a reading light. The surfaces black gray and black matt are offered. The name of the lamp is an acronym for the famous black and white photography "Lunch Atop a Skyscraper", the picture of 1932 with the eleven men, having their lunch break on a steel beam in airy height spend. The Japanese-Italian design studio Mist-o consists of Noa Ikeuchi and Tommaso Nani, whose works are already in the Triennale Design Museum and the MoMA design store, although the design office was only founded by the two designers in 2010.