In The Tube by DCW is a striking versatile light fixture which looks like something out of a science fiction movie: a simple, nearly technical shape which makes it possible to clearly see every element composing the light fixture, paired with the romantic refinement of gold or silver coloured details.
The tubular light In The Tube was designed in 2008 by Dominique Perrault and Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost. Its timeless design could be related to earlier epochs. In fact, In The Tube is a mixture of traditional shapes, as expected in a light fixture, which create a new shape, archetypal and unexpected at the same time.
Various, separately available accessories makes it possible to use In The Tube in a number of manners, for example, as a suspension or as a wall lamp protruding into the room. With the help of the connection box included in the delivery, it is possible to use the light outside and next to the bathroom mirror.
The tube made of borosilicate glass is equipped with two E14 lamps. Metallic nets with refined metallic appearance serve, depending on the version, as additional shades and charming visual details, which enhance the refined character of this apparently simple light. The light is closed on both ends with caps made of black silicone and cast aluminium and is equipped with stainless steel supporting rings.