Dimensions: length 23,5 cm x width 17 cm x hight 4,5 cm
Material: cover: black linen – pages: acrylic
Color: black - specific color line
Use: houses, apartments, hotels, night tables, working desks, offices, living rooms, book shops, libraries,...
Distributor: CLIMAR Lighting, Portugal http://climar.pt/en/prod_light_book.html
Light Book is a sphere and reading lamp. You can open and close Light Book like a real book and position it horizontal or vertical. Light Book is made of 5 acrylic pages, 6mm, with white LED lights. We can dim the light. The cover is made in black linen. Light Book is a small, precious lighting object that can light your space, gifting it with a surprisingly different, poetic dimension.
" The idea of Light Book arose some years ago. Since I was a child, I had always been surrounded and fascinated by books, because they could absorb me into another world. There are always laying some books next to me when I fall asleep or on my night table. A book is a strong, silent presence that invites you to open it to discover the mysteries inside... What then is more beautiful than a light in the dark coming from a door which opens on the Realm of Dreams?...That is how arose the idea of making a Light Book. I wanted to bring light into the books and to attract people to look inside... "
Light Book was selected and presented at:
-2017: Nhow Hotel Via Tortona, Art & Design exhibition "I did it!" Milan, Italy
-2017: Solo Exhibition De Vuyst Art Gallery, Lokeren, Belgium
-2017: Permanent Collection, Design Museum Gent, Belgium
-2017: MintShop Design Gallery, London, UK Gallery, London
-2017: Nhow Design Hotel, Art & Design Exhibtion, Milan, Italy
-2017: Meet My Project, Next Agency, Milan, Italy
-2016: Biennale Interieur, Kortrijk, Belgium
-2016: La Biennale di Venezia, Global Art Affairs Foundation, Palazzo Michiel, Venice, Italy
-2015: Shortlisted Happy Led Life Award, Gwangju, Korea (prototype)
-2014: Gelinkt, Design Museum Gent, Belgium (prototype)
-2013: Salone Satellite in Milan, Italy (prototype)
-2011: first Light Book prototype