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Stoccolma

Design by Giulia Liverani

May light be flexible?
Stoccolma was born as the answer to this question.
Inspired by the strings of a musical instrument, Stoccolma is a lamp that works thanks to the tension of two elastic and metal cables that support and bring current to a central light source. This is linked to the tracks through a special hooking system which allows the light to be moved and rotate, giving the user the ability to bring light wherever it is needed.

The lamp is declined in two different version V and O , the first one has an external power supply to be inserted in a stadard plug, the O version instead can be directly connected to the general electric plant. Differents anchor points makes Stoccolma easily customizable and extremely functional: a flexible interactive lamp that can light up every place.