Design: Runa Klock & Hallgeir Homstvedt for Abstracta
Sound absorbing lamp
The Lily lamp represents a whole new perspective on acoustic products. It’s made of moulded felt as a sound absorbing feature, which has been so thoroughly integrated that you don’t even notice it.
Lily got its name from its early prototypes, which resembled water lily leaves. Since then, its shape has been simplified and made more open to interpretation. Still present, however, is the sense that the lamp is floating in the air, imbuing the room with a splendid stillness.
Lily is intended for lighting large rooms. In a library Lily can be used as a sound absorbing sculpture in entrance zones and seating spaces – environments where both noise and visual information levels are high.
Lily comes with or without lighting in two different sizes 90 or 120 cm in diameter.
The absorbent is available in several different textiles and with two different cores: One with polyester and a filling called Hemp which is based on renewable raw material from hemp and starch.
|Width||Ø 900 mm or 1200 mm|
|Lighting information:||230V input Around 10W 900-1100lm output, dimmable CR180/2700K Around 110 °|
|Brochures and catalogues||Lily productsheet|
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