Biny Spot LED
Design: Jacques Biny
In 1955, Jacques Biny opened Lumina- lite, his workshop for producing modern lighting. Modern, before its time, the Designer-Manufac- turer who was born in 1913 developed over 400 models during a 30 year career. Jacques Biny’s hallmark was rigour and he never stopped in his quest to improve how homes were lit. Functiona- lity was primary, the lack of superfluity in the form reminiscent of the minimalist movement that was gaining currency in American art during the 1960’s, which may go to explain why his work is as popular with American collectors as it is with Europeans.
Efficiency and simplicity, restraint, elegance and modesty are the common denominators in Jacques Biny’s work.
They are the same qualities that inspired us to reproduce Jacques Biny’s Box lights.
Straight out of a Jules Vernes or Melies world, the Biny Spot can direct and focus the light beam onto a specific area. The Biny Spot is composed of an original ball joint that allows a rotation of 330° and an inclination of 88°. Biny Spot is available with 2 finishes for black or nickel bases and 3 finishes for portholes: black, nickel, or brass. With or without switch, Biny Spot is a developed reissue: with integrated LED or gradable LED bulb (not supplied).
Base : Ø 9,6 cm | Depth : 13, 2 to 19,8 cm
CLI - 2 sources disponibles : LED intégré 4,5W-2700K ou Ampoule GU10