Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, the French multiawarded designer duo did it again. One of their latest creations for Italian FLOS is a lighting piece that clearly references a philosophy of art. Aim lamp is full of cables! Unlike the usual functionality and usability of cables in lighting, Aim is hung up at a ceiling with fixation points that can be attached to any number of surfaces and thanks to its long cables that have a clear aesthetic function, its lamp can be positioned wherever desired in the room while the tying points and diffuser set on the suspension wire make it easy for the user to orientate the lamp to the required height and position. Made of polycarbonate and die-cast aluminum, materials that are very conclusive, Aim can satisfy all lighting needs and it can also be used individually in any private or corporate space.
Doesn’t it look like a climbing plant?