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The luminaire, initially designed as a hanging lamp, is constituted by a ceiling fixture, a steel cable, two slender electrical leads, a bulb fitting (E27), and an ovoid surface made of white etched glass.

The diffusion element is broke down into two different parts, what allows an excellent cooling of the socket holder and screw-base of the lamp.

The particular union of these parts makes it possible to intervene at the fixing position of the glass, either downwards or upwards. This characteristic allows the same refractor to be used for a wide range of lamps: table lamp, ceiling or wall fixture and standard lamp (the last with the heights of 134cm, 178 cm, 197cm).

These devices, therefore, have in common a single main design component: the refractor, easily disassembled by means of a ring nut for an eventual substitution of the bulb. The ventilation that is developed internally allows the use of incandescent light sources up to 100 watts and low energy consumption ones up to 120 watt.

The formal result of the refractor recalls by analogy the egg at Piero della Francesca’s Pala dei Montefeltro, now in Milan’s Brera art gallery, suggesting “Brera” as the name of this line of lamps.

Production: Flos.