The famous designer Ross Lovegrove has designed the R.Ray pendant lamp in the year 2009 for Danese Milano.
R.Ray plays with transparency, different thickness and translucence of the materials to enable different light adjustments.
R.Ray simultaneously creates indirect and direct light and illuminates thereby the whole room emphasizing the direct part from below.
Two different housings at the surface and lower part of the lamp create two different light sources. The light that leaves R.Ray’s surface is supported by the curved form and the angles of the lamp in its workout, being spread pleasantly and indirect into the room.
The other light source at the bottom from R.Ray creates a direct light beam, also by the form.
The light reaches its highest power in the middle of the lamp, while it becomes weaker to the sides, reinforcing thereby the curved, round form.
R.Ray’s forms are soft and modern. The falling light from the lateral sides enable that the lamp can be used as room divider or small rooms.