Miami outdoor lighting solution by Giordana Arcesilai

Starting with spring and until autumn people like to spend as much time as they can outdoors or in the nature. It’s logical to be like that if we consider that during winter all we do is stay inside and avoid going out unless it’s really necessary. So for those who are lucky enough to have a house and a garden where you can relax and spend time with friends and family, here’s something you might use in order to make that time more pleasant.

It’s called Miami and it’s a lamp designed for outdoor use. It’s a very functional piece and it has a design that makes it very versatile. The structure of the lamp is made of inox which is not the most durable or strong material available but it seems to be pretty good in this case. Other materials use are granite and fiberglass. The dimensions of the lamp are 50 cm in diameter and 250 cm in height. It uses 1 25W light bulb.

The design of the Miami lamp is rather simple. The base is relatively small and the structure is flexible so it can be inclined at any angle you want. The light it diffuses is warm and gentle, but strong enough to illuminate the outdoor space. The lamp is great for outdoor use because it eliminates the need for any other lighting systems. It seems more private and romantic than a simple light bulb hanging on the wall.Available on antonangeli.



Published by in Lighting, on August 5th, 2011

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