Simple, essential shapes, dampened by rich and intense hues. A composition that provides a fascinating effect of warm, enveloping light and an absolute, linear construction that develops over various layers of crossing, overlapping planes. The design concept originates from a suggestive and moving panoramic, almost aerial, view that pays tribute to the designer's homeland of Mancha, an area of Spain steeped in contrasts that extends over the fields as far as the eye can see. These fields form the focus of Jimenez's inspiration, from which the designer gathers and summarizes the essential geometry merged with the vivid and vibrant colors of the land.
- Methacrylate, Coated, Aluminum and polycarbonate
- Width: 37.4 inch
- Height: 21.25 inch
- Depth: 6.75 inch
- 1 x 39W Fluorescent G5 (bulb not included)
- Horizontal and vertical use
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Self described as a "special personality in the world of lighting," Foscarini is an unconventional, free and passionate company thriving at the centre of the design industry. Foscarini's products can be found internationally as contemporary art installations and as home lighting solutions for residential purposes. Each product is a work of art with a unique character of its very own. Truly a global leader, Foscarini strives and succeeds in bridging experimental form and steadfast function in modern lighting design.
Foscarini Fields 3 Wall Lamp Designed by:
- Vicente Garcia Jimenez , 2007
Vicente Garcia Jimenez
Vicente Garcia Jimenez was born in Valencia (Spain) in 1978 and graduated in Industrial Design at the faculty of Castellon de la Plana. He moved to Barcelona where he collaborated with Santa & Cole. A great need of developing his formal and creative skills brings him in Milan, whence, after brief professional experiences, he moved towards Udine.
There, he set up his Studio that collaborates with a lot of companies, such as Foscarini, in developing lighting products, furniture and exhibitions’ settings.