Axo Light
Polia Collection

Manuel Vivian

The Polia wall lights by Axolight are reminiscent of a
pile of paper blown by the wind. The light shines upwards.

The LED wall lamp Polia, whose name is inspired by the nymph that leads Poliphilo in his wandering dreams in the book Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (Poliphilo's Strife of Love in a Dream) by Francesco Colonna, represents this fantastic book – an emblem of Italian Renaissance tradition – in material form.

The light is a fascinating bundle of papers that curve forward, almost as if to hide the LED light that they contain. Vertical or horizontal, alone or in pairs, the Polia collection adapts to both public or private environments, in bedrooms and living areas.

Dimmable via phase-cut dimmer. On request also available with 2700K (warm white) or 4000K (cool white).