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With the wall version of the Aplomb light for Foscarini, Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere continue to explore the expressive potential of raw concrete.

LucidiPevere: Aplomb
The wall version of the Aplomb lamp presented during Milan Design Week is the continuation of a design begun in 2010 by Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere for Foscarini: an exploration of the expressive possibilities of raw concrete, made fluid in the mould thanks to a special amalgam.
With its oblique shape, the shade integrates and dialogues with the supporting wall and enables greater diffusion of the light.
LucidiPevere: Aplomb
LucidiPevere, Aplomb, Foscarini
The concrete completely screens the light that is liberated however by a large opening at the top and a small one at the bottom. The light beam directed upwards is reflected off the wall and ceiling, providing strong illumination without glare. The more delicate downward beam creates a stylish lighting effect on the wall.

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