Lámpara PC portable PC Portable Lamp

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79.00€
Pierre Charpin’s PC Portable Lamp is a refined and portable freestanding lamp for indoor and outdoor use. Constructed in robust plastic and featuring a matte scratch- and water- resistant finish, its battery-powered design gives the freedom and flexibility to move it anywhere. The light source is hidden from view by a polycarbonate diffuser, available with both downlight and ambient output options, depending on the desired use. The PC Portable Lamps are available in a variety of colour variants and are ideal for table lighting in domestic environments, as well as at cafés, restaurants and other public areas.

Medidas:  14 x 14 x 22 cm
Material: ABS, PP

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Pierre Charpin’s PC Portable Lamp is a refined and portable freestanding lamp for indoor and outdoor use. Constructed in robust plastic and featuring a matte scratch- and water- resistant finish, its battery-powered design gives the freedom and flexibility to move it anywhere. The light source is hidden from view by a polycarbonate diffuser, available with both downlight and ambient output options, depending on the desired use. The PC Portable Lamps are available in a variety of colour variants and are ideal for table lighting in domestic environments, as well as at cafés, restaurants and other public areas.

Dimensions: W14 D14 H22 cm
Material: Powder coated aluminium, cast iron and polycarbonate / LED included

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Nacido en Ivry-sur-Seine, a las afueras de París, el diseñador de renombre Pierre Charpin ha diseñado muebles y objetos innovadores desde principios de los años 90.

From the outskirts of Paris in the commune Ivry-sur-Seine, renowned contemporary French designer Pierre Charpin has designed and produced innovative objects and furniture since the early 1990s. Deeply compelled by the redesign of existing objects, Charpin enjoys the challenge of updating firmly established methods—ultimately, he has said, “to respond to the need to reclaim the world that already exists...”