The suspension lamp designed in 1950 emphasises the innovative, experimental approach of Gino Sarfatti. At that time, the favoured material of the lighting industry was glass. But when Gino Sarfatti received the first samples of methacrylate in 1949–50, a new polymer plastic that was much stronger and lighter than glass, his experiments led him to a new suspension lamp, Model 2065. As in so many of his designs, he continued to work with different compositions, dimensions and colour variants over the following years.
Model 2065 consists of a diffuser made of two joined opalescent saucers, suspended from the ceiling with a black-painted aluminium canopy. The simplicity of Gino Sarfatti’s elliptical design and the lightness of the materials make for a seemingly weightless luminaire.
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Size: Dia 50cm x H 55cm / ∅ 19.7″ x H 21.7″
Material: Metal, Polymer plastic
Light source: Integrated LED
Kelvin range: Warm White (2700K to 3300K), Cool White (3300K to 5300K), Daylight (5300K to 6500K),
Power: 10 W
Weight: 3kg / 6.6lbs
Finishes: Black, White
Process: Polishing, Painting,
Control method: push-button switch (Not dimmable)
We provide 150 cm / 59″ cables, which can be extended as needed.