HELLO

The role that light plays in interiors is fundamental. Both types, natural and artificial light, construct spaces and modify them. That is why, where we place the sources of light can determine the success or failure of the project.

One of my last discoveries in this area is the “Hello” lamp by the Swiss architect and designer Stephan Hürlemann.

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Designed for Belux, “Hello” is part of a new generation of flexible and positionable luminaries. Inspired by the spiral cable of the phone and thanks to the new available technology, this lamp is made of one single cable where we can place or remove lamps without problems.

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Extremely flexible, it is a very interesting system to illuminate spaces of difficult access or with special characteristics (delicate ceilings etc.)., that can also be placed both vertically and horizontally.

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This lamp work with LED so they are long lasting and environmentally friendly. Elegant and delicate design joins the technology resulting in an ecological lamp, clear exponent of the Swiss design. Chapeau!.

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