Design Piet Hein, 1933
Funco is one of the first lighting Piet Hein designed but it has never been produced until now. 80 years after the conception of the original idea, Piet Hein’s son finally gave birth to it, according to original plans and intentions.
This design is the result of many reflections and mathematical researches.
The pure and clear lines blend with contemporary style interior while the serpentine line of the base brings an audacity touch.
The lampshade consists of a metal frame covered with white cotton textile which can be directed to diffuse the light in the chosen direction.
The light mechanism is activated by pulling on the cord with a steel detail, a nod to Piet Hein’s famous Super -Egg.
Shade: Ø 334 mm x H 250 mm
Base: Ø 230 mm
Total H : 560mm
1 x max 20W E27 / 1 x Max 5W LED E27
White cotton textile, swivel metal frame.
Black cord with stainless steel power switch.
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