Hook, comprised of a series of arched arms, creates an enticing light that draws people towards it. Bathing the room in a soft glow, viewers are easily captured by Hook’s inviting elegance. Its clean design lends well in a variety of settings, casting a light that is equally suitable in commercial or residential environments.
Weight: 11 kg / 24.2 lbs
Packing dimensions: cm.: 97 x 92 x 54 / inch.: 38.18" x 36.22" x 21.25"
Box weight: 22 kg / 48.4 lbs
Halo dimmable with IGBT and TRIAC system only Halo dimmable with Dali system on request
|Dimensions (HxWxD):||cm.: 90 x 90 x 90 / inch.: 35.4" x 35.4" x 35.4"|
|Finish:||Nickel / Clear|
|Material:||Metal / Glass|
|Bulb Qty. / Type / Watts (EU):||12 / G4 / 14 W|
|Bulb Qty. / Type / Watts (US):||12 / G4 / 20 W|
History of Terzani
The family business Terzani, specializing in lighting manufacture, was launched in 1972 by Sergio Terzani in Florence. Concentrating primarily on wrought iron, carved Tuscany wood and Murano glass as the main materials to be subjected to traditional Italian crafting techniques in the company‘s early stage, Terzani has since evolved in its use of materials and production methods, seeking to unify the distilled wisdom of Italy‘s traditional craftsmanship with the François latest technology of our time.
A turning point in the company‘s development, consolidating its philosophy of creating lighting in the form of the scultpturesque works of art it is known for today, came in the year 1985, when Sergio Terzani had an encounter with French designer Jean François Crochet in Paris, who would later create Terzani‘s 80s production, such as the Antinea Terra standing floor lamp. Till this day, Terzani keeps working with various designers and accomplished artists.
To try out novel, pioneering methods, materials and concepts, the company has opened the Terzani Lab, a project spearheaded by CEO Nicola Terzani in order to support Terzani‘s persistent experimental efforts.
Terzani‘s Moving Bodies of Light
Right from the beginning, the company would prioritize an experimental approach towards lighting design, a decision which would destine the company to become one of the leading figures in crafting lighting that resembles sculptures more than simple lights due to the level of artistry and minute attention to detail reflected in their ingenious conceptualization, reshaping and softening up the conventional notions of its industry, so often standing in the way of artistic innovation and insight into what is possible.
Terzani‘s designs do not touch upon the lighting bodies alone. Illumination has the notable capacity to expand into the surrounding living space, ornamenting walls with intricate shadow plays, which can be elicited by careful design, and creating patterns of light which are able to function as design elements of their own.
To summarize Terzani‘s philosophy, it can be said that the company‘s creative goal is to make lights which push beyond, simulating processes of nature to imbue their products with a quality that is almost alive and organic, taking advantage of lighting‘s indwelling potential to express movements.
Terzani offers two main collections, Memory and PreciousDesign. Memory includes the Art Deco inspired sub-collections Antinea, Phantom, Virgins, Petit Theatre and Solune, which represent the company‘s older line created by Jean François Crochet, and features wall lamps, ceiling lamps, suspension lights and floor lamps, constructed with materials such as Amber glass and waxed rust or silver/gold leaf finishes.
PreciousDesign marks Terzani‘s unrelenting willingness to explore and advance design, supporting this effort with the benefits of the newest technology. Offered as suspension lights, wall lights, ceiling lamps, table lamps and floor lamps, here we find some of Terzani‘s most famous and unrivalled products, the Atlantis suspension light providing a very good example thereof. With densely draped nickel chains of almost five kilometres (or three miles) length in total, this remarkable light has the apprearance of cascading water waves, throwing a shadow pattern similar to oceanic currents.
Then there is Christian Lava‘s Stream, made of an astounding seven kilometres of metal chains, this exceptional design can be obtained as suspension light, wall light and floor lamp. Hanging from a curved nickel-plated metal frame, the metal chains seem to be composed as an elegant drapery, almost tightly woven in their close horizontal spacing, but allowing the light to break through in a metallic shimmer reminding of reflections.
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