Rizzatto, Paolo | 1985
The Berenice wall lamp comes in three different sizes (arms measuring 45+45; 30+80 cm; and 30+30 cm). The smallest version (30+30 cm), complete with electronic transformer, is advised for the bed zone and narrow spaces. It is the inimitable founding product of a new type range of reasonably small sprung-jointed lamps.
The smooth articulation of its movements and its perfect stability make Berenice the light that can be moved around without taking up valuable space and with the least trouble. Berenice operates with a transformer that allows low tension current to reach the bulb through the rods without electrical cable, thus leaving its figure slender and elegant. Thanks to a special distancer fitted into the lower part of the head, the light can be brought very close to whatever needs to be illuminated, while maintaining the right distance from objects. A simple touch of the head ring, which is well insulated and independent from the bulb housing, will also orient the light in any direction.