Pirce Sospensione: Radiating Light by Guiseppe Maurizio Scutellà
The Pirce Sospensione Halo was designed by Guiseppe Maurizio Scutellà for the Italian manufacturer Artemide. The design of Pirce looks like a paper cutting:
opening out from a fine disc are soft, curvy spirals that fall gently downwards. Depending on how low you hang the lamp, the the silhouette of Pirce can be more flat or longer. The bulb sits in the bottom, shell-shaped dish and emits the light upwards.
The pendant lamp by Artemide creates an indirect glow and makes impressive light and shadow effects. The Pirce, made of lacquered aluminium, of course looks good in the living or dining room, though it also gives a special touch to offices (IP 20).
The clear, defined design, typical for Scutellà, has been awarded on numerous occasions. The fascinatingly designed lighting series by Artemide has received the red dot award, iF Design Award and the American Good Design Award.Artemide offers a complete series of the precisely designed light: the Pirce is available, for example, as a ceiling lamp, wall lamp or in a smaller version.