Matrix for FontanaArte
When referring to the term matrix, we generally think of a square matrix commonly used in mathematics, i.e. a combination of rows and columns. A third dimension is added by introducing a circle that surrounds the matrix like a ring. The design object becomes a lamp thanks to a light globe, positioned internally and centrally to the matrix, which emits a soft and diffused light in all directions. The grid structure plays with the simple and pure shape of the illuminated sphere. The components of Matrix create transparencies and cast unusual geometric shadows on the surrounding surfaces when viewed from different perspectives.
The Matrix project began as a system to allow for endless configurations.
The base concept is derived from architectural constructions and solutions for multi-purpose situations, i.e. from the concept of form meeting function.
Made of glass and metal, the table lamp Matrix is available in two sizes - medium H.30cm and large H.60cm, both ø 30cm - in white and matt gold versions equipped with LED light source and dimmer to calibrate the desired light intensity.