Mano Wall Lamp Opaline
Zelco knows how to produce brilliant lighting solutions. Its designs—one of which is part of MoMA's permanent collection—have a bold futuristic look thanks in part to the cutting-edge technology used to form each one. Created by designers A. Brux and P. Gourdon this Mano wall lamp has a thin rectangular diffuser made of opaque glass. A recessed reflector projects a cone-shaped flood of light that is ideal for illuminating hallways. The accent won a Design Plus Award in 1991 and was nominated for a Compasso d'Oro award."
Uses 7 W PL lightbulb.