Beamer is a pendant design available as a single unit or other configurations that incorporate multiple Beamers suspended together at different angles and swagged. Beamer is composed of borosilicate glass with a shaded chrome-plated finish and polished chrome stem detail
- Borosilicate Glass, Chrome-Plated Shade and Polished Chrome Structure
- Max Height: 220 cm / 86 5/8 Inch
- Height: 54.5 cm / 21 1/2 Inch
- Diffuser Diameter: 11 cm / 4 3/8 Inch
- Canopy Diameter: 30 cm / 11 3/4 Inch
- 5 x 6W LED 2100lm 3000K
- Please contact us for optional inclination kit
Dare. The story Leucos tells to contemporary times is a long, vital and interesting one. A story which began in the sixties calling into question the historical relation between shape and material: it was a revolution. The protagonist was glass, taken away for the first time from the traditional logics of glass art and reinterpreted in an absolutely new way. Taking into consideration the tradition, of course, but also looking at innovative materials and technologies, and reconsidering serial production as an added value to design: the repetition became a multiplication of beauty, and the accessibility an opportunity to offer resources to the creative process.
Leucos Beamer 11 S R-5 Suspension Lamp Designed by:
- Arik Levy
“Design is an uncontrolled muscle.” - Arik Levy
Born in Israel, Arik Levy moved to Europe in 1988. Following studies at the Art Center Europe in Switzerland where he gained a distinction in Industrial Design in 1991, Levy’s first international success was winning the Seiko Epson Inc. competition, which jettisoned him into the public consciousness as a “thinking” designer. He currently works in Paris with his 20-strong team of designers and graphic artists that make up L design.
Under the vision of Levy and his associate, Pippo Lionni, the firm also produces brand identities, packaging, signage, exhibition and interior design. Respected for his furniture and light designs for Vitra and Vibia, Levy also creates hi-tech clothing lines and accessories for firms in the Far East.