LucePlan Miranda is a series of lights made of aluminum and blown glass developed around the formal and functional definition of the lamp holder.
Its volume highlights and includes various functions: it is at one and the same time the support for the bulb, the support for the diffuser, connection - through the stem - to the supporting base and it houses the button to switch on or regulate the intensity of the light. Miranda cylindrical form solves the assembly and disassembly of these components in an elementary way by means of a series of threaded ferrules. Miranda by LucePlan is Designed by Paolo Rizzatto, 2005
About Luceplan Company
LucePlan Lighing was founded in 1978 by Paolo Rizzato, Riccardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi, who had been together at the Politecnico University in Milan. Over the years LucePlan has created a collection of indoor and outdoor lights, that are not only functional but derived in a design evolution process rather then styling. The LucePlan collection includes classics like Berenice, Costanza, Metropoli, Mix, Fortebraccio, Miranda, Titania, Strip, Trama and Orchestra.