Fascinating light games: The Foscarini Plass suspension lamp interprets traditional glass art based on contemporaneous materials and modern working processes. Plass, whose name is a symbiosis of the words “plastic” and “glass”, is made out of polycarbonate in a rotation molding procedure.
The Plass lamp was designed by the Venice designer Lica Nichetto and it means homage to the thousands of years of glass tradition of his hometown. Not only the colours (aquamarine and grey) were inspired by Murano glass and the Venice arts, but also the modern processing, which is untypical for the manufacturing of a lamp, show a very personal product. Here’s the approval: As well as handicraft work with glass, the Plass lamp is marked by unevennesses.
These small and individual unevennesses ensure interesting and surprising light effects with the characteristic notches of the Plass lamp. The light is directly bent twice – from large to small and from the outside to the inside.
The lamp is available in different colours.