Ilios Floor Lamp

Scientists ponder – is light a particle or a wave. According to Ingo Maurer’s Ilios floor lamp, it is surely both. A discrete, round glass shade hangs suspended between two micro-thin flexible wires until moved. When it vibrates, it throws intriguing patterns of light against the wall. Continuing prolific lighting designer Ingo Maurer’s experimentation in poetically pairing ingenious lighting techniques with clever design, the Ilios floor lamp blurs the boundary between functional object and sculpture.

  • Suspended glass shade throws intriguing patterns of light against the wall
  • Two slender tall rods separated at the base by a fluorescent red insulating wedge soar towards the ceiling
  • The small halogen socket is concealed behind a small white bowl-shaped reflector
  • Continuously variable dimmer
  • Flexible metal body
  • Color: Black
  • BULB: 1 x 50W 12V GY 6.35 (included)
74.75 in.
190 cm.
  • Metal
  • Glass

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